Anger Issues

Blowing up or losing your cool once in a while doesn’t necessarily mean you have an anger issue. But if you find yourself experiencing long-term feelings of anger or rage, which may also include aggressive, violent or self-destructive behaviors, you may be facing an anger management issue. Those experiencing anger issues may also have physical symptoms including high blood pressure, headaches, or fatigue. Whether your anger issue is caused by stress, genetics, hormones or your current environment, you don’t have to figure it out alone. Contact one of our specialists today.

Meet the specialists

Anger is an emotion. The difference is that anger can lead to aggression (shout out to those that thought I would say hate; #yoda). My approach to anger takes a look at how we express this emotion and how frequently it turns into aggression. By understanding the cause of anger, how it manifests and how often it becomes aggression, we begin to build a foundation that allows the experience of emotions in a healthier, more sustainable way.

— MICHAEL ROSE, Licensed Professional Counselor in ,
 

Irritability and anger is often triggered by anxiety, relationship difficulties, job stress, feeling unappreciated/disrespected, and/or insomnia. Identifying the underlying cause of your anger is the first step in understanding and managing your anger. I help to treat anger at its root cause, by challenging the cognitive distortions associated with your anger.

— Kirsten Hardy, Clinical Social Worker

As a National Certified Anger Management Specialist i work with clients on how to assess their feelings and negative patterns. Such as: Identifying hidden reasons for your anger Assessing your anger styles Changing negative patterns Choosing positive ways to express anger Working on a positive attitude If you are a woman struggling with managing your anger, call H.E.R. for help

— Tammie Holt, Licensed Mental Health Counselor in Orlando, FL
 

Have at least thirteen years experience working with teens, and adults with Anger Control Issues. Have also written a 12 step un-published manuscript regarding Anger Management.

— Dr. Patricia Bell, Psychologist in orlando, FL

Stress can often lead to frustration and anger. How we cope with our anger determines our outcomes personally, professionally and in our relationships. Understanding anger and how to manage it becomes vital to our daily survival.

— zarna shah, Licensed Clinical Social Worker in Williston Park, NY
 

Anger can arise from many different sources. In our society, we are taught to stuff emotions and when we don't acknowledge them and work through them, the emotions can re-emerge at a later date, often in inappropriate ways. When clients meet with me we discuss how they are currently exhibiting anger as well as when they first started having anger outbursts. Often, the origin may be years or even decades old. When that initiating event is worked through, the anger can be released.

— Diana Sturm, Counselor in Mobile, AL

I am trained and certified as an Anger Management Trainer- Specialist.

— Jeanette De Marshimun, LCSW, Licensed Clinical Social Worker in Westchester, IL
 

I am a Certified Anger Management Specialist from the National Anger Management Association. I have taught Anger Management in one on one settings as well as group settings.

— Melissa Foley, Post-Doctoral Fellow in Rocky Ford, CO

Anger is an emotion that we all feel. Much to many people's surprise, it can be a useful and important emotion. However, sometimes, our response to anger creates chaos and destruction in our lives and in our relationships. For individuals seeking certifications of completion, or an educational approach to anger issues; I offer a 12 session course, private and confidential. I also offer traditional psychotherapy for anger management issues.

— Jan Anderson, Licensed Professional Counselor in Cedar Park, TX
 

I work with individuals to understand the myths about anger, to break the anger habit, to learn how to monitor and manage anger, to identify events that trigger anger and to develop strategies to prevent anger.

— Stephen Morris, Licensed Professional Counselor in Houston, TX

Crack the Code and lead the way to better relationships. It’s natural to feel angry and it's easy to become defensive when your spouse is angry with you. We all make mistakes. After some time in the group you won't take it so personally anymore. You'll see more options than you do now about how you can react. We can help you learn how to repair mistakes.

— Tom Buffington, Counselor in Seattle, WA
 

One of my specialties is Anger Management - I facilitated court-ordered Anger Management groups for several years and also worked with angry adults and adolescents in a residential program for at-risk youth. Currently, I work with individuals who are struggling with handling their anger and offer ways to better deal with the issues or events that are at the root of their anger.

— Gina Metroff, Counselor in Phoenix, AZ

Anger is one of the most typical complaints I hear about from my clients. Their spouse or loved ones have told them many times that they have an "anger issue". Often my clients will say "I'm just not myself anymore and I'm snapping at everyone and everything." We get right in there to identify what may be happening "underneath the hood of the engine" that is driving this nasty side effect.

— Margaret Gavian, Psychologist in Anywhere In, MN
 

I specialize in effective anger management solutions to resolve conflicts and help calm the chaos affecting your emotional health. We’ll work together to develop positive coping strategies that will enable you to constructively express your anger and achieve resolution. Whether you seek individual, couples, or marriage therapy, together we can build a path toward healthier relationships and positive change. Don’t wait to get help.

— Dr. Carolyn Becker, Licensed Marriage & Family Therapist in Fort Worth, TX

I have worked with court ordered, and self admitted people in the areas of anger management and domestic violence. During treatment we look at strategies for self awareness around the expressions of anger, and examine healthy relationships. Also it is believed that anger is a secondary emotion that often avoids the more vulnerable feelings. So in our work together, we create safety to address the root, and not only expressions of anger and rage.

— Marc Heuser, Counselor in Golden, CO
 

I have worked with individuals and groups who have anger issues, for several years, incorporating a 10 module Anger management curriculum into the therapeutic process.

— Novella Moffitt, Licensed Mental Health Counselor

I have experience working with individuals on anger management. I begin with a deep assessment of: anger triggers, anger response, personal relationship with anger through history of experiences. Then I move toward changing thought patterns related to anger and finally implementing new coping skills to help manage anger.

— Kelly Freeman, Counselor in Houston, TX