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David Stang, Psy.D.

Licensed Psychologist

286 Genesee Street, Utica, New York 13502

I use cognitive behavioral approaches to help patients learn to manage anger. Cognitive approaches means learning to view anger arousing situations in more constructive ways and a behavioral approach means learning new behaviours and new ways of reacting to situations in a more flexible manner. I also help patients fully express and understand the reasons why they reacted angrily in the first place.

Theressa McMorris, MS, LMFT

Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist

208 N. Meadow St., Ithaca, New York 14850

Anger is an important part of our lives. Unfortunately, most people are not shown how to manage anger. In fact, most people (including our media) encourage explosive anger. Anger can either be destructive or freeing. Our culture promotes explosive anger. It is often labeled as "my rights" or being "assertive". Reality T.V. is one of the greatest purveyers of this myth. Anger is often experienced as being able to be "controlled". That is just not true. It feels true because there isn't much talk about healthy ways of dialogue around why we are angry and choices that offer different outcomes. There are different outcomes. They are life giving and freeing.

Jill Weldum, MA, LMFT, CCPT

Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist, Certified Play

214 N.Washington St., Rome, NY 13440

We all feel angry sometimes. If your anger is controlling you, or if people around you are saying you seem frustrated alot, it might be time to talk to someone about it. Because I understand the healthy role of anger in relationships, we will identify what is prompting your chronic frustration, defuse it, and help you return to a happier state of mind and more satisfying relationships.

Douglas Goldschmidt, LCSWR

Clinical Social Worker

50 Presidential Plaza, LL5, Syracuse, New York 13057

Many people believe that they own their anger, or their anger owns them. Rather than being an emotion that arises and falls, it becomes intrusive -- often a response to the past that is reenacted after some trigger. It then distorts one's emotional and physical wellness. I find it critical to help client resolve past issues that lead to anger being held, and then learn to see present circumstances clearly, so that their response is appropriate to that moment, and not to behavior learned years before. I have found EMDR, hypnosis and mindfulness in resolving what is past, understanding what is present, and learning to work with emotions appropriate to the moment.

David Palmiter, Ph.D., ABPP

Clinical Psychcologist

Waverly, Pennsylvania 18471

Most people with anger control problems hate themselves for it. They often promise themselves to do better but then feel like situations get the better of them. They often feel misunderstood, under appreciated and somewhat disconnected from the relationships that matter the most to them. There are so many different causes for this. That is why the first step is to do a caring and thorough evaluation. In any treatment worth it's salt, a person first feels understood. Much of the time I find that cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT), together with interventions from positive psychology, can significantly help people to act with intention, which can often feel like being reborn.

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