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- Stop. Change. Communicate.

You just RAGED and your partner is done with you.

Call now and set up an appointment with Richard at 678-576-1913. Get help immediately before it is too late to repair/heal your relationship! Richard understands. Limited Availability. Use Zoom from your location. No travel saves times and transportation cost. Inquire.

Director Richard L Taylor is a Certified Anger Resolution Therapist™ working with Rageful and Violent Men and Women.

Hot Rage is the exploding 'anger' kind well known that is always destructive and stems from the past. Unprocessed emotions and feelings that are out of proportion to current activating events. The individual simply explodes with a 'rant' that is of epic proportion that is very ugly, nasty and most often full of profanity directed at an individual or party that is meant to destroy, alienate, eliminate, and control the situation. The RAGER is transformed into something other them themselves, with looks that can kill. Man's basic instinct kicks in with all rational thoughts gone. There are no consequences. No rational thought possible. It comes up fast out of no where and dominates and alienates always. Trust is always broken and relationships are often damaged or destroyed.

Cold Rage in the imploding kind yielding little emotion felt by the individual with little empathy. Cold Rage is little known, but many identify it with passive anger styles. Rage is always a destructive force that alienates people.

Often, an individual is so full of unprocessed life experiences that come to a head that yield the Rage emotion. Consider the image of a pot, full to the brim and one more thing, and it could be a very trivial thing, is the final straw and the lid flies off. The contents erupts hot and flies like a hurricane or tornado to destroy all present. Rage is experienced. Destructive Interactions always occur.

Anger is a secondary physical emotion caused from a primary feeling felt such as frustration, being disrespected, being manipulated etc. It is a present moment feeling.

Rage is an explosive emotion being triggered most often from a trivial event in a few short seconds bypassing anger. The rager goes into a "rant" and berates the object of the rant. Trust is destroyed. There are no consequences. No thought. Just Emotion. We can't identify the feeling...it is just too intense and immense. It comes from the past.

Richard decided to add more help for Ragers.

The expression of anger is too intense, too frequent and too destructive to control by a small proportion of us Ragers. Help is possible.

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Who Would Benefit:

--> You experience rage often (irrational over reaction to an activating event)
--> When you rage you lose time and don't remember what happened
--> When you get 'very angry, rant ' [RAGE] you alienate everyone around you
--> Your intimate relationship is in crises, you just raged.
--> When you get 'angry' you want to destroy
--> You can't help but break objects, kick doors, punch holes in the wall
--> You don't do anger
--> You do not ever get angry, but use passive aggressive behaviors
--> You stuff feelings fairly well but need rage to let off steam
--> You don't have many emotions 'Mr Spock'
--> I like myself but not many others don't
--> People seem to avoid me, or walk on "eggshells" around me
--> My was just told to get some anger management or else the relationship is over
--> I don't like it...but yes I guess I have some anger/rage issues...
--> I rage and scare myself from what happened when I blacked out.
--> I'm realize my kids are beginning to copy my rage behavior. I will get help for them.


Like Anger, Rage is a big problem when:

  • it is too frequent
  • too intense
  • damages interpersonal relationships
  • exhibits itself at home, work and in public
  • you experience rage while driving (GET HELP NOW!)
  • verbal abuse is always felt by receiving party
  • physical abuse is sometimes felt by receiving party
  • it affects your health - it does every time.

Rage Counseling

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Anger Management Techniques Training --> Anger is not just an emotion.

---> Anger/Rage is an addiction. <---

Without help, anger ~ rage can destroy your most important relationships and negatively impact your health. When you get angry or rage your body undergoes significant biological changes. Your body releases hormones such as adrenaline to prepare you for attack and this is often coupled with higher blood pressure. Following this bodily response, out of habit you take action - sometimes arguing, yelling, cursing, and in the worst cases, swinging a fist at someone whom you love. Worst of all, allowing continued outbursts of anger can result in an addiction, rather than a decrease, in anger/rage.

Rage: Intensity: Full -> You forget and don't remember some of what you said or did.

Richard Taylor makes the analogy that angry people are like pressure cookers with closed valves. Turning off the fire, rather than opening the lid, is the best way to cool the pressure cooker. When translated in practical terms, this means that the best way to deal with anger is not to "let it all out". Instead, treat anger like an addiction.

If you struggle with anger, allowing yourself to act on that anger will only lead to future outbursts of anger. Admit that trying to control your anger ~ rage hasn't worked.

Richard Taylor of Atlanta Anger Management uses innovative anger management techniques that help you develop good emotional habits and re-build healthy relationships with your family, friends and coworkers. Practical steps can help you positively manage your anger ~ rage and lessen your likelihood of stress-related health problems.

STOP angry behavior

Stop anger before it turns to rage. Once you decide to change, the first step is stopping anger before it turns to rage. You must stop doing things like:

  • Don't Touch when angry/raging
  • Stop Interrupting
  • Stop Name-calling
  • Stop Threatening
  • Stop Yelling and raising your voice
  • Stop Being Mean
  • Stop Throwing things and slamming doors
  • Stop Lecturing
  • More

If any of these behaviors sound familiar, you might have a rage - anger problem. These are just a few of the symptoms of anger addiction. If you struggle with anger, you are not alone.

CHANGE is possible

You must replace bad habits with good habits.

Successful management of emotions requires awareness and admitting you have a problem. Then taking the steps necessary to embrance changin you attitudes/beliefs and beaviors. Change begins with:

  • Increase self awareness
  • Exercise self-restraint (self control)
  • Practice kindness
  • Be patient with others
  • Admit when you are wrong
  • Practice active listening and understanding
  • Practice Assertion skills
  • Engage in self-reflection
  • Practice Emotional Intelligence skills
  • Embrace managing your stress (Stress Management)

COMMUNICATE thoughtfully and effectively.

Learning how to use words carefully leads to successful anger management. Lasting change requires new habits, new beliefs and a new way of communicating. You can realize growth by learning how to better listen and communicate with others. When you learn to communicate well, you can say:

  • Active Listening
  • Assertion Skills
  • Fighting Fair
  • Proper Time Outs
  • Affirmations
  • Relationship Management
  • Couples Conflict Management
  • Practice Compromising
  • Rephrasing and Honest Feedback


Rage Management Investment To Improve Your Life

A unique and fresh approach to rage management: Stop - Change - Communicate.

Includes a Certificate of Completion. (if wanted).

The First Step is to call Richard at 678-576-1913 and ask questions and set up a First Meeting appointment.

Rage Management


1. By appointment only.

2. Twenty Four Hour Notice is required for non attendance (No Show) or payment is due and collected upon next attendance. This means if you miss your scheduled appointment without 24 hour notice, then you pay for it. To avoid simply call or text and let us know 24 hours in advance. Emergencies seem to abound, no excuses accepted, 24 Hours Notice required. This is common courtesy and a standard professional practice. No explanation is needed. Just call or text to inform us you cannot make appointment. This a practical Anger Management!

3. If you are late arriving for a session we will end at the usual time to allow me to fulfill my other appointments for the day.

4. Form of payment: No Checks.

5. All fees are required to be paid before each session. No money, no services. No exceptions.

6. Certificate of Completion is only issued upon completion of the training and full payment received.

6. Special Discount for Military, Police Officers, Fire Fighters, Homeland Security. No free classes are offered.

7. Policies can change without notice, but remain in effective for your duration of your training.


Anger isn't considered a Psychological Disorder by either the American Psychiatric Association or the American Psychological Association in the way that depression or schizophrenia are. Since anger is considered only a symptom of underlying maladies treatment cannot be billed to client’s health insurance.