Anger is a perfectly normal human emotion and, when dealt with appropriately, can even be considered a healthy emotion. We all feel angry from time to time, yet this feeling can lead us to say or do things that we later regret. Anger can reduce our inhibitions and make us act inappropriately. Anger management is a term used to describe the skills you need to recognize that you, or someone else, are becoming angry and take appropriate action to deal with the situation in a positive way. Anger management concerns recognizing the triggers for anger as early as possible and expressing these feelings and frustrations in a cool calm and collected way. The goal of controlling anger treatment is to reduce and both your emotional feelings and the physiological arousal that anger causes. The therapist or the counselor suggests many anger management techniques to cope up with the disorder and live a happy and peaceful life. Stress, anxiety and depression treatment focus on dealing with the triggers that cause the anger. The aim of anger management isn't to suppress feelings of anger but rather to understand the message behind the emotion and express it in a healthy way without losing control. A typical anger management program may involve one-to-one counseling and working in a small group. The programs can consist of a one-day or weekend course. In some cases, it may be over a couple of months. The structure of the programs can differ, depending on who is providing it, but most programs include cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT), as well as counseling.