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. 

Meet the specialists

I've done therapy individually and in groups for men who batter their wives/girlfriends. Most of the approach I use is based on Cognitive Behavioral Therapy approaches.

— Karl Snyder, Licensed Marriage & Family Therapist in Nevada City, CA
 

For many years I ran a female and male anger management group and continue to do groups that involve processing and psycho education around anger.

— Heather Bell, Clinical Social Worker in Clackamas, OR

Help people to understand that anger is a very necessary and real feeling, and how anger can be managed and used for good.

— Paul C. Briggs, Clinical Social Worker in Hollywood, FL
 

Anger is an emotion that is important to our self-respect. It tells us when our rights have been violated or when something important to us is denied. Anger tells us to “do something" in the face of a problem. However, what you do… is a learned behavior. People may feel their emotions are destroying their lives and there is no control over them. Anger Management provides strategies to honor emotions while asserting your voice for fair treatment from others.

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

I have worked with individuals and groups on anger management, for several years, incorporating a 10 module Anger Management series into the therapeutic process.

— Novella Moffitt, Licensed Mental Health Counselor
 

I am a Certified Anger Resolution Therapist (CART) and am experienced with individuals, couples and groups to not only manage your anger but resolve it.

— Melanie Skipper-Relyea, Licensed Professional Counselor in Grand Prairie, TX

Anger is a form of fear that has thoughts leading to behavior and consequences. Techniques used to de-escalate is key to dealing with angry thoughts. Learning new skills to cope with anger by focusing on irrational thought as being jealous without facts. Training on how our thoughts and assumptions can be destructive.

— Dale Komoda, Counselor in Honolulu, HI

I assist clients with identifying the root of their anger, their triggers, and working through how to express that anger in healthy and positive ways.

— Brittni Williams, Licensed Clinical Social Worker in Hampton, VA
 

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

I am a Certified Anger management Specialist and have provided one on one as well as group therapy for years.

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

Over 5 years experience with children, adolescents and adults with anger management.

— Sarah Levy, Clinical Social Worker in Hartford, CT

Dr Brian Ledere, PhD, EdD, PhD2, honorary PhD3, MA1,MA2,MA3, MA4,PhiBeta Kappa, Who’s Who I have had a wonderful career as a NY Licensed Psychotherapist from being a College Dept Chair and Professor to being a Multi- County Wide Education Asst Supt for Special needs and Gifted, to being a NY Certified School Psychologist, Trauma Therapist, Neuro-Psychotherapist, and Licensed Mental Health Counselor helping children and adults “fulfill their potential” and to gently, assertively, or aggressively

— Dr Brian Ledere, Licensed Mental Health Counselor in New York City, NY
 

I am a Certified Anger Management Specialist II and work with clients to identify their triggers, understand their thoughts and emotions, and work on being self-aware while learning to identify their physical signs of anger and choosing more appropriate responses.

— Kenneice Tolliver, Licensed Marriage & Family Therapist in Long Beach, CA
 

Anger is a normal, yet powerful emotion that can lead to serious problems in your relationships, workplace, and social interactions. Research has determined that anger is caused and influenced by three factors: Biological – brain chemistry that causes anger; Psychological – triggers that cause anger; Social – relationships and environment. Anger Management counseling will equip you with the necessary tools to effectively manage emotions and respond to situations constructively rather than destructively.

— LaMora Pace, Clinical Social Worker in Hollywood, FL

Cognitive Behavioral Therapy is the most effective treatment for Anger management. It is often utilized when addressing women and men who have been in abusive situations. Anger Management Therapy focuses on a client learning to control their actions, decreasing their anger through learning to be socially appropriate. I have found it to be very effective for my clients with anger management issues.

— CAROL KIMBRO, Licensed Professional Counselor in ARDMORE, OK
 

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

I use a cognitive-behavioral approach to anger issues

— Karl Snyder, Licensed Marriage & Family Therapist in Nevada City, CA