Jean Eljay, MS, PhD, CNLP, CH, AdvHC
Certified Advanced Hypnotist and NeuraLinguistic Programmer
800 West Main Street, Suite #105, Freehold, New Jersey 07728
You have all the tools to stop your out-of-control, explosive anger. Afterwards you could picked one, but you did not. Knowing what to do and doing it are very different aspects of anger management. We change your behavior so that choices can be made before “those nasty words”, physical actions or abuse can occur. Hypnosis is short-term giving the angry person, a way of substituting a healthy response for an unhealthy one. Stop anger NOW with a free consultation.
Marty Tashman, Ph.D.(psychology), ACSW, M.S.W.
321 Livinston Ave., New Brunswick, New Jersey 08902
This is an area that is vital to understand and know how to manage in order to have a healthy, compatible relationship. Not knowing how to reduce anger and handle it can sabotage a couple’s ability to communicate and get along on many levels. Anger unchecked, can destroy relationships and sometimes lead to violence. Over the years I have developed many techniques to help people reduce their anger, and have taught them how to communicate with their partner effectively. If you would like to learn about the 5 steps to manage anger you can go to: http://www.yourmarriagecounselor.com/anger-management-and-relationships/
Saranya Tracey, M.A.
Psychotherapist, clinical, transformation depth psycholigy
Wall Twp, New Jersey 07719
I help you to explore the reasons for your anger; what type of people trigger our anger (e.g., authority, criticism, nagging, remote partner; erc. Discussing how triggers from past memories can multiply the intensity of the anger, I can help you to channel it in a different way without repressing it.
Joanne Gerr, LCSW
Licensed Psychotherapist and Adult Educator
324 Raritan Avenue, Suite 111, Highland Park, New Jersey 08904
Managing our frustrations, irritations, upsets, and angry communication is a major challenge for men and women, children, and teens. Women’s anger is often sublimated as anxiety and incorrectly treated as such. I am interested in helping empower people to work through their anger and transform it into emotional strength. After working through anger issues, clients often report unexpected benefits, including more fulfilling relationships and financial success. Once the anger is overcome and clients develop skills to cope with everyday annoyances, they find themselves able to reach goals that had been thus far unattainable.
Maura Farrell, MSS, LSW, CAADC
110 N State Street, Newtown, Pennsylvania 18940
Anger, when left unchecked, can make a person feel out of control. Anger can result in relationship and work problems and medical issues. Anger is also, most often, a secondary emotion. Working in therapy can help to identify the primary emotion and root causes of anger, as well as help to devise practical strategies to manage anger and control the physical symptoms that contribute to behaviors that accompany anger.