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Cindy Kightlinger, CADC, LPC, LCSW

Christian Counseling-Mercy House of Meadville, Inc.

13180 Leslie Road, Ste. 2, Meadville, Pennsylvania 16335

We have one staff member who has over 15 years in anger management resolution. Her approach is a 5 lesson treatment protocol to help a person understand the inner and intra-workings of anger. Cinda Bilinski, LPC uses a client-centered approach and employs comprehensive and evidenced based counseling material to help clients resolve anger and learn how to appropriately and healthily express anger without harm to themselves or others.

Lesley Martin, MA, LMHC, NCC

Licensed Mental Health Counselor

4242 Ridge Lea Road, Suite 11B, Amherst, New York 14226

There are so many reasons why people struggle with anger. One of them is the general opinion that anger is bad. For that reason, many of us are not taught how to properly express it. Anger is just a feeling. It's what we do with that feeling that determines whether it's good or bad. I help people to recognize their anger and learn effective ways to calm themselves down, cope with their feelings, and communicate them in a safe, appropriate and beneficial way.

Carol Munschauer, Ph.D

Clinical Psychologist and Psychoanalyst

605 Le Brun Road, Amherst, New York 14226

I see a difference between "anger" and "rage." Anger comes when two people see things differently and one feels he or she has to "win" or to convince the therapist. My approach of "intersubjectivity" guards against this. Each person has a subjective way of perceiving something that intersects with the other person's subjective way of perceiving the same "something," but the key is that when we understand the hows and the whys of how each sees things the way they do, there is room for empathy for the others perspective without feeling one is losing some sort of status. On the other hand, "rage" comes from shame and involves the wish to obliterate some aspect of the other person.

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