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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I am a Certified Anger Management Specialist II (CAMS-II) as recognized by the National Anger Management Association. I teach anger management using a 12 lesson evidence-based curriculum which is accepted by every court system in the U.S.

— Dwight Norwood, Licensed Clinical Social Worker in Burlington, VT

Anger Management Therapy can be very useful with those that struggle with anger on a regular basis. With this therapy I will help you learn to control your anger to keep it from controlling you. To start with we work on not immediately responding to the anger. Then we work on understanding what the anger is trying to tell us, and then using it in a beneficial way. You are not seen as a "bad" person because you lose your temper, I provide a safe environment to help you move forward.

— Katherine Boelts, Licensed Marriage & Family Therapist in Mission Viejo, CA 92691, CA
 

3 years of teaching Anger Management to men, women and teens

— Maria DeAlba, Marriage & Family Therapist in Santa Barbara, CA

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 Konnoly, Licensed Mental Health Counselor in Lacey, WA
 

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

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
 

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. License Psychologist, Psychologist in , TX

I have extensive experience in creating, developing, and teaching courses and treating people with anger challenges on an individual and group level.

— Adonna Faciane, Clinical Social Worker
 

This is our absolute specialty and background training. We work with people with mild anger issues to court mandated classes and programs.

— Rise Counseling Center of Southeast Michigan, Licensed Clinical Social Worker in Ann Arbor, MI

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 have worked with many clients on anger management specifically when I worked as a group-home therapist for teenagers. Anger can be linked to many other emotions we may not be aware of. Finding the core emotions and working through those are vital to eventually letting go of anger. Gaining skills to control our anger in the moment and gain some patience can really improve our relationships as well.

— Rachel Garduce, Addictions Counselor

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
 

For individuals with anger problems, anger management is easier said than done. We will help you by counseling you and by providing you the tools to better cope with anger-related emotions before they are manifested.

— Grace Annan, Licensed Clinical Social Worker

I work with clients who struggle with self regulation. Letting anger get the best of us is a common problem that has many solutions. I will work with you and/or your child to navigate this difficult emotion. Anger is a mask for a deeper issue. Often anxiety, fear, or sadness is expressed as anger. Getting to the root issue will release you from the grip of uncontrolled anger. Reach out to me for a free consultation. (941)320-5831. I will return you call and wont leave you hanging waiting

— Heather Kangaloo, Licensed Mental Health Counselor in Sarasota, FL