Behavioral Emotion Management In behavioural psychology, intense manifestations of inappropriate emotions are attributed to emotional behaviour disorders. The degree of disorder is determined by the frequency, strength and adequacy of the manifestation of negative emotions. It should be noted that behavioural psychotherapy has a unique age-old experience of managing emotions by changing human behaviour. In the first scientific experiments of behavioural psychotherapy, people were treated for various kinds of fears by changing their behaviour. In the 21st century, there are many behavioural methods of managing emotions. First of all, uncontrolled manifestations of negative emotions are dangerous for a person. Negative emotions include irritability, anger, rage, hatred, spite, aggression, resentment, guilt, fear, apathy, depression, anxiety, panic attacks, jealousy, stress, etc. However, a continuous state of euphoria is also stressful and dangerous for a person's emotional health. For example, the "hangover" syndrome is psychologically associated, among other things, with a prolonged experience of euphoria in drunken company. Emotional disorders are the cause of a large number of diseases and can negatively affect a person's social status. To assess an adequate level of emotional control, it is advisable to take a test. In case of negative test results, we strongly recommend that you take an emotional intelligence training with our centre. This is not a medical treatment. This is not a clinic. These are psychological services that provide emotional control online training.