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

Convenient, Court Approved, Confidential - Our Anger Management course provides client strategies and techniques to manage excessive anger and make better life choices. Anger management doesn't try to keep you from feeling anger or encourage you to hold it in. Anger is a normal, healthy emotion when you know how to express it appropriately - anger management is about learning how to do this. We do offer a fast-track version of our Program for those committed to expediting their learning.

— TeleCounsel Group, Counselor in Raleigh, NC
 

Anger has been my biggest one to date. From children to adults. I have helped them all. One of my specialty is using the technique called Parent Child communication training. It works on the anger within everyone.

— Ledora Yerks-Birdlow, Licensed Professional Counselor in Harvey, LA

Being dependent on others can be very stressful in so many ways. Having someone else dependent on you is also very stressful. Put the two together and most people are going to need help processing anger and frustration in ways that can help promote better understanding and cooperation, rather than a spiral of increasing conflict, hurt feelings and dysfunctional relationships.

— Susan Rooney, Counselor in Portland, OR

Have you been told that you need to learn to control your anger or has it gotten you into trouble at home, work or school? Using CBT (Cognitive-Behavior Therapy) and MI (Motivation Interviewing), I can help you learn to control your anger response and also lessen the amount of anger you experience internally. I've never heard anyone say, "I sure wish I could be angry more often." Now is the time to to work on this issue once and for all!

— Tricia Norby, Counselor in Madison, WI
 

Have you ever been faced with a moment where you felt something rising within you, but you’ve been unable to express what it is? Have you often told yourself, “If my family would understand, this would be so much better!” Chances are, you have experienced anger. More than likely, you have been experiencing anger for much longer than you think. Anger is a common reaction to normal issues that can arise within a relationship. Anger is also a normal reaction to many stressors in life such as denied promotion, traffic, children, or family. Basically, anger is a result of feeling out of control or threatened. Good news, anger management can help you understand more clearly. Anger is an emotional reaction to situations that we do not often know how to deal with. In my own journey, I have experienced anger as the inability to express myself. This comes as telling myself I am wrong or a failure or not a good father in most cases. Most of us have experienced emotions, yet this is also a foreign concept.  Usually anger is an overwhelming sense or a body felt sense that we do not understand.

— Jeremy Allen, Licensed Professional Counselor in Boulder, CO

I have taught court-approved Domestic Violence and anger management for a number of years. I use a compassion-based, trauma-focused approach to understanding the role of anger and emotional regulation in your life.

— Frank Thewes, Licensed Clinical Social Worker in Princeton, NJ
 

Anger is a normal human emotion that warns us that something is being done to us that is threatening, unjust, or gets in the way of getting our needs met. Of course, we can become angry at ourselves for a variety of reasons. Anger by nature is not a “problem” nor does it always require “anger management.” Unfortunately, for many people, anger can become a problem . I help people for whom anger has become a problem through developing behavioral and emotional self-awareness, understanding about triggers and underlying causes, and effective coping skills (aka “tools”) that can help them manage their anger reactions in more constructive ways.

— Robert Nemerovski. Psy.D., Clinical Psychologist in Kentfield, CA
 

I specialize in navigating the realm of reactive emotions like Anger. I believe that behind most anger is a sense of threat and vulnerability as well as a deep grief. In working with Anger I utilize the emotion as a coping mechanism from where we can begin to ask questions to understand its function in life, and slowly learn to replace it with emotions that will facilitate more harmony and growth in our personal life and relational life.

— Paula Santos, Art Therapist in Longmont, CO

Anger can be a destructive emotion when it feels out of control. Our 12 week approach to anger management can help you address anger problems in both individual and group therapy.

— Cody Mitts, Mental Health Counselor in Denver, CO

Anger is an emotion and it isn’t something to shy away from. It is something that can be managed. If anger is a problem for you interfering with your relationships at home, school, work or a combination of them you can believe that your life situations will improve as you learn how to manage your anger. I have experience working with angry adolescents, angry couples, angry individuals (men & women), those who who are self medicating and those who are not. Anger is an energy and when expressed and managed well it stops being harmful and can in fact be beneficial

— Veronika Noble, Marriage & Family Therapist in Carlsbad, CA