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

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
 

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
 

My work with anger management began at Womack Medical Center in their Family Advocacy Program where I taught weekly, anger management groups for Soldiers of mixed nationalities and gender. The 6 week course addressed issues such as identifying your body cues, childhood experiences shaping our anger styles, and the skills/techniques for changing your psychological/physiological response to external and internal stimuli. I have since gone on to apply these methods in my private practice.

— Brenda Knox, Counselor in Fayetteville, NC
 

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— Dr Dan Amzallag, Marriage & Family Therapist in Gaithersburg, MD

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 ,
 

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— Dr Dan Amzallag, Marriage & Family Therapist in Gaithersburg, MD

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
 

Stepping Stones Counseling & Recovery Solutions provides anger management in both an individual and group setting. The purpose of the course is to stop violence, develop and strengthen skills such as self control over thoughts and actions, communication skills, and to learn to appropriately manage anger. Sessions are counselor/therapist led and have between session challenges to bring back to the group/session the following week for processing.

— Angela Harris, Counselor

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
 

Come to awareness and acceptance of angry feelings while developing better control and more serenity. Become capable of handling angry feelings in constructive ways that enhance daily functioning.

— Darion Rose, Counselor in Duncanville, TX