Anger Management Therapy

In its simplest terms, anger management therapy helps a person decrease their anger. A therapist trained in anger management techniques can help you explore the roots of your anger, identify and overcome anger triggers and give you more control over your life. If anger or conflict with others are becoming unmanageable on your own, reach out to one of TherapyDen’s anger management therapy specialists to get help today. 

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My goal in treating anger is to identify the root cause of the anger. So many people get lost in their anger that they can overlook the source of that anger. I want to help you identify the source of that anger. Once we identify the source behind your anger we can learn how to manage the anger and learn a new way of handling these emotions.

— Taryn Sinclaire, Clinical Social Worker in Greenville, MI

I am a Certified Anger Management Facilitator (CAMF), Certified Federal Mediator, and Certified Divorce Mediator with extensive experience in these areas.

— Dr. Vicki D. Coleman, Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor in Las Vegas, NV

I use a Choice-Based Anger Management approach when dealing with anger. We cannot choose the words and actions of others, but we can choose how we respond. I teach my clients how to respond to adverse stimuli rather than reacting to the stimuli.

— Mareba Lewis, Licensed Professional Counselor in Conyers, GA

Anger management is a 12 week module that is offered weekly. After the client has completed twelve sessions the client will earn a certificate of completion. This Anger management module can be taught with six to eight clients or individually. Each session cost $25 or a flat rate of $250.

— Dr. Patricia Bell, Psychologist in orlando, FL

I am a Certified Anger Management Facilitator (CAMF), Certified Federal Mediator, and Certified Divorce Mediator with extensive experience in these areas.

— Dr. Vicki D. Coleman, Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor in Las Vegas, NV

The 1 emotion we’ve all experienced is “Anger”. Anger is a secondary emotion that is usually triggered by feelings of fear and anxiety. I can help you learn how to change your maladaptive thoughts, unpleasant emotions & unwanted behaviors that are linked to problems in life causing you distress and misery. Remember-Anger is only 1 letter away from Danger!

— Cassie Icenogle Konnoly, Licensed Mental Health Counselor in Lacey, WA

I have aided offenders in resolving issues which have not served them well in terms of their interpersonal relationships, work life adaptation and the prevention of involvement with criminal justice systems.

— William Hazel, Clinical Social Worker in ,

I have extensive experience offering anger management therapy to a variety of different individuals through individual therapy. I've worked with both adults and teenagers in the juvenile justice system on their anger.

— Kelly Freeman, Counselor in Houston, TX

This approach uses insight and skills to address anger issues.

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

I recently created a group for Anger Management that uses Cognitive Behavioral Therapy and Dialectical Behavioral Therapy, and principles of social learning theory theoretically unify it. This combined approach presents the participants with options that draw on these different interventions that encourage them to develop anger control plans and, at the same time, acquire skills to build healthier behavioral approaches.

— Ghian Pieraldi, Psy.D. Clinical Psychologist, Clinical Psychologist in Pflugerville, TX

I have used anger management therapy to help clients have more control over their choices in life. Anger management helps you recognize frustrations early and resolve them in a way that allows you to express your needs — and keeps you calm and in control.

— Samantha Espinoza, Licensed Professional Counselor

Anger management is successfully treated by allowing the client to express the origins of where the anger originated. Sometimes it goes back so far it may not have anything to do with the presenting anger but rather on not knowing how to express it. Is the anger originating from internal or external causes? Sometimes anger is expressed through aggression and steps are needed to modify this destructive behavior. I have successfully treated court-mandated clients that needed tips and strategies.

— Ileana Oxley, Marriage & Family Therapist

Being able to understand the underlying triggers for their anger response and implementing emotion regulation techniques has been an approach that I have successfully used over the last decade to assist my clients with anger management concerns. Allowing my clients to have a safe space to explore their anger triggers helps them to have better introspect to address underlying anger issues.

— Dr. Caren Cooper, Counselor

Taking a dispassionate approach to anger. Helping clients learn and practice socially acceptable ways to express their anger. Keeping anger bottled up is not healthy!

— Patrizia Lalonde, Counselor in Texarkana, TX