Ashley Davis Bush, LICSW
11 Harvey Lane, Epping, New Hampshire 03042
Anger can be a form of emotional poison. I help clients understand the sources of their anger and find more appropriate ways to channel their feelings. Anger can be transformed into a new range of insights and feelings. I also teach stress management techniques so that the client lives from a place of calm rather than chronic anger. With practice, clients will create new neural pathways of peacefulness.
James Foster, & Associates, LICSW
James Foster & Associates, COUNSELINGNH
540 Chestnut Street, Manchester, New Hampshire 03101
We offer counseling at James Foster & Associates for those with Anger Management, Stress and Domestic Violence issues. We help those who are both volunteers and those who are ordered by the court . The client will work toward developing healthy techniques for handling stressful situations as well as coping thoughts and problem solving skills. Clients also have the opportunity to review their personal histories, belief systems and begin to work on a healthier way of relating . We provide both Anger Management and Domestic Violence Evaluations, screenings, classes and treatment. This may be done in a group setting and/or on an individual basis.
Basil Steele, LMHC, LCPC
Licensed Mental Health Counselor, Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor
3948A Kaimuki Avenue, Portland, Maine 04106
One of the most effective ways to help a person "manage their anger" is to understand what they are trying to communicate through this very powerful emotion. I have found the original meaning, from the Old Norse word "angr" to be very illuminating because it translates as "to grieve." When I think of anger from this perspective, I don't see it so much as a behavior as I do has a response to a deeply felt wound that hasn't been given the opportunity to heal. At the same time, I expect the people I work with individually or in groups to hold themselves accountable, "manage" the destructive potential of this emotion, and become compassionate stewards of themselves and the safety of others.
Darwin Gillett, MSW, LICSW, CH
Licensed Independent Clinical Social Worker
1 Merrimac St., Suite 16, Newburyport, Massachusetts 01950
Do you feel out of control to anger? Do you say and do things out of anger that you regret afterwards? With various types of therapies (including sometimes, hypnosis) I help clients find more peace with the world and with themselves and increase their level of tolerance and patience. Clients begin to see themselves in control and no longer respond with the same level of anger. They begin to respond with understanding and calm, which can lead to repairing damaged relationships or create new positive relationships with others that are not based in the anger drama. Give me a call at 978-270-0394 or visit my website at www.Mind-Body-Psychotherapy.com to find out more.
Carl Hindy, Ph.D.
Clinical Psychologist, NH Licensed Psychologist
120 Main Street, Nashua, New Hampshire 03060
There are anger management classes to be found here in Southern NH, and I can refer you to psychologists and counselors in Manchester as well as Nashua. I do not provide classes in my practice. I provide individual counseling tailored to your needs and circumstances. One-on-one, we work to understand the complex patterns of thoughts, feelings and behaviors that constitute anger. Typically this means exploring in considerable detail the situations where you experience anger, your perceptions, the automatic thought processes and recurring themes, and the habitual behavioral reactions that result ... and the feedback loops, so to speak, that can maintain these difficulties over many years.
Stephen Price, D.Min.
Licensed Pastoral Psychotherapist
133 Grove Street, Peterborough, New Hampshire 03458
Anger is not necessarily bad. It is the instinctual response of being interrupted in the pursuit of a goal. We all need that upsurge of energy to push back when we feel we are pushed or deprived or hurt. But because anger is a very powerful emotional expression it can be hurtful to others or scary or dangerous. Therefore we need to be able to manage our anger in a productive and problem solving way rather than making things worse or even abusive to others. My approach in working with you is to explore your individual situation and offer tools to help you understand your anger and learn to manage it effectively.