Do You Have
With Anger?

Clinical Anger encompasses anger-related challenges
that warrant clinical attention and intervention.
Take this self-assessment test used by mental health professionals
to determine you may be suffering from Clinical Anger.


What Is Anger?

Anger is a normal and natural emotion that individuals may experience in response to various situations.

However, Clinical Anger or problematic anger refer to intense, frequent,
or prolonged anger reactions that significantly interfere with an individual's daily functioning and well-being.

if you have difficulty controlling your temper, or if it comes out in unhealthy ways
that hurt others or yourself, you may be living with anger issues.

Symptoms of Anger Include:

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Explosive angry reactions disproportionate to the situation

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Chronic irritability and easily becoming angered

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Engaging in physical acts of aggression, such as hitting

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Expressing anger through hostile or verbally aggressive behavior

Anger can lead to serious problems in your relationships, career, and health.
But with effective treatment, you can manage your emotions.

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How Does Virtual EMDR
Work on Anger?


Data from 10,000 Virtual EMDR Sessions

EMDR can used to treat Anger and unwanted emotions by resolving the underlying mental and emotional issues. These can be triggers, traumatic memories, or negative self-beliefs resulting from childhood trauma, abuse, loss, and other incidents.

Unlike traditional treatment, Virtual EMDR works faster, is more effective, and delivers longer-lasting results. This is because EMDR addresses the root cause of Anger, not just the symptoms.

Many people report feeling a noticeable improvement in less emotional distress, even after just one session of Virtual EMDR!

Select the EMDR Protocol You Need

Virtual EMDR offers multiple EMDR Protocols to help you:

Re-Process Traumatic Memories linked to Anger

Reduce the Emotional charge of Anger symptoms

Equip yourself with Coping skills to manage Anger

Reframe Beliefs and Negative Thoughts contributing to Anger

In each session, simply select the EMDR Protocol you need, including protocols for
Grief, PTSD & Trauma, Addictions, and more – all included in your Virtual EMDR
unlimited subscription!


Unsure if You Have
Anger Issues?

If you think you may be suffering from Anger, take this free test.
The Clinical Anger Scale (CAS) is used by mental health
professionals to preliminary diagnose “clinical anger”,
which is chronic and pervasive anger different from normal anger.

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Let Virtual EMDR Help You
Overcome Anger

Simple, easy-to-use. Even if you have never done EMDR before.
Check out why Virtual EMDR is uniquely designed for you:

Frequently Asked Questions

I’m New to EMDR. Can I Use Virtual EMDR on My Own?

Yes definitely! Thousands of people have successfully used Virtual EMDR on their own without a therapist, including beginners who have never done EMDR before. Virtual EMDR is easy-to-follow with step-by-step guidance. You’ll be gently guided through each stage of EMDR, through videos, illustrations, and real-life examples. If you get stuck or need help getting started, check out our affordable Personal Coaching.

Can EMDR Be Combined With Other Anger Treatments or Medications?

Yes, EMDR can be used in conjunction with complementary therapy and medication. If you are currently undergoing treatment, consult your therapist or physician to ensure a coordinated treatment plan.

Are There Any Side Effects of EMDR for Anger?

Virtual EMDR has been used successfully by thousands of clients to treat Anger and other unwanted emotions. While many people find EMDR to be fast-acting and effective, some individuals may experience temporary increases in distress before improvement occurs. These responses are typically short-lived and are part of the healing process.

How Long-Lasting Are the Effects of EMDR for Anger?

EMDR does not guarantee that Anger will never resurface. However, EMDR has been shown to be effective in reducing Anger symptoms, and for many people, these effects are long-lasting. Factors that affect effectiveness include: the specific source of Anger (if it is caused by specific distressing memories, traumatic events, or negative beliefs), regular maintenance and followup, as well as psychological and environmental elements. Because EMDR addresses the root cause, rather than merely relieving symptoms, it is often more effective and long-lasting than other treatments.

Ready to take the

Clinical Anger Test?

The Clinical Anger Scale (CAS) was developed by Professor William Snell in 1995 to identify individuals experiencing, or at risk of developing, "clinical" levels of anger.

It comprises 21 questions with 4 choices each.

Estimated Time to complete: 5 minutes

Anger Test

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