Parents of boys that are struggling with anger management issues can find help from a residential treatment center like Liahona Academy. We help boys struggling from substance abuse, emotional and behavior disorders, and family issues.
Parents seeking help for boys who are struggling with anger management issues can find assistance with other underlying issues stemming from this behavior, for further information or immediate enrollment, call Liahona Academy at 1-800-675-8101.
Boys act out in anger because of many issues, often times it is emotional or mental disorders. Concerned parents who are trying to find the proper treatment for their child can determine if anger management issues are the primary source of concern by determining the symptoms.
Symptoms of Boys with Anger Management Issues
- Frequently loosing temper over small or unimportant issues
- Physically aggressive altercations with friends and family
- Damaging public or private property in fits of anger
- Drug or substance use and abuse
Boys suffering from anger management issues can find therapeutic treatment from residential treatments centers like Liahona Academy. We offer group, family and individual therapy and counseling to boys. Boys suffering from anger management issues are provided with a behavior modification program. This helps boys get con
trol over their anger management issues.
At Liahona Academy boys run every morning as part of our behavior modification program, this helps build control and adjustment in behavioral issues.
Group and individual therapy allows the troubled boys to express their emotions and to properly handle these feelings instead of becoming out of control or getting into physical altercations. Boys are able to build trust and respect for their peers and staff with positive peer culture (PPC).
Anger management issues are not uncommon, there is sufficient knowledge on the subject. Residential treatment centers such as Liahona Academy can help troubled boys to acknowledge this issue, and overcome it, while rebuilding a relationship with boys and their families. For more information on how we can help your troubled boy with our treatment center, contact us at 1-800-675-8101.