Is There Any Connection Between Anxiety Disorder and Anger?

Cognitive behavioral therapy

Cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) works on the premise that you may have unhealthy thought patterns that are worsening your anger and anxiety.

Working with a therapist trained in CBT may help you identify what triggers your anxiety or anger. You can also learn to notice thoughts that are distorting your view of reality.

Once you identify them, you can learn to reframe your thoughts in a way that helps you manage anger and anxiety.

This process isn’t a quick fix, but research shows that CBT is very effective for treating chronic anxiety and anger issues.