John Neyman, MA., BCPC
680 Lincoln Ave, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15202
John Neyman is an expert in anger management. he prefers to call it anger resolution. it is far better to resolve anger, rather, than manage it. He will get underneath the surface to assess what is the root cause of the anger in order to resolve it. John Neyman uses the 4 Universal Laws designed to conquer anger. Once the root cause of anger is discovered and the 4 Universal Laws are applied to the behavior the cause and effect will take place to produce anger resolution. However, anger management or resolution is not derived without work on the client's part.
Michael Pecosh, M.Ed., NCC, LPC
Licensed Professional Counselor
20 Old Plank Rd. Suite 100, Washington, Pennsylvania 15301
Everyone gets angry now and again. Some people, however, fail to appropriately display their anger at times. There is nothing wrong with being angry--you're allowed to be angry. You're not allowed to be aggressive, and that's the difference. Anger is a feeling; aggression is an action. I can show you how to be angry without being aggressive. Come in and let's work together on changing some things.
Pascual Chen, Psy.D.
Licensed Clinical Psychologist
6200 Brooktree Rd. Suite 110, Wexford, Pennsylvania 15090
I use a cognitive-behavioral approach to treating people in need of anger management. Specifically, I help clients identify anger triggers, employ relaxation techniques, increase self-regulation, and communicate effectively. After learning these skills, my clients have reported having better relationships, more peace, increase focus, and improved self-esteem.
Linda Shreve, LPC
Psychotherapist, MS, LPC, NCC
Morgantown Mall, 5000 Greenbag Road, E7, Morgantown, West Virginia 26501
I have significant experience working with individuals struggling with anger and anger control problems and I have a very broad range of healthy coping skills that I can offer. Specific skills that I often incorporate into my treatment course are Mindfulness and Self Soothing Skills. Exploring personal beliefs, coping patterns, triggers and changing the way in which one thinks through applying cognitive behavior interventions can be especially helpful in decreasing anger.
Rebecca Norris, Psychologists, LCPCs, LCSWs and MD
Appalachian Behavioral Health Center (301)724-7277
507 Henderson Avenue, Cumberland, Maryland 21502
Anger is not an initial emotion! Anger masks hurt, loss, depression, worry, stress, trauma etc. Out trained professionals will help the client dig their way to the core root of their anger usinfg proven effective therapies. Sometimes teh client needs to give themselves permisiion to be happy and just sit with a skilled counselor to manage their life effectively. Stress/Coping mechanisms are taught. When necessary the patient may be referrred to our psychiatrist for medication therapy.
Lisa Reed, MA, NCC, LPC, CAADC
Licensed Professional Counselor
900 6th Street and 342 South Richards Street, Saxton and Bedford, Pennsylvania 15522
Dealing with human emotions can be complicated. We have so many and often we allow others' behaviors and actions to influence how we feel and react. Dealing with life and people is stressful and sometimes it is hard to be positive and happy. If your anger causes you health problems; high blood pressure, cholesterol, sleep disturbances, destructive behaviors, relationship and work issues, drug and alcohol abuse...then maybe you need to seek professional help. Person centered talk therapy and cognitive behavioral therapy and learning relaxation techniques and positive coping skills is an area of expertise for me as a therapist.
Terry Chapman, MSW, LICSW
Independent Clinical Social Worker
118 Adams Street, Suite 203, Fairmont, West Virginia 26555
It is natural for us to feel anger when we are treated unfairly. Some individuals may feel that their anger is overwhelming and he/she cannot contain it. In society we frequently hear phrases such as, “He made me mad,” or “I lost my temper.” These are false concepts that lead to suffering for individuals and their families. We always have a choice in how we react to the stressors in our life. As a therapist, I teach clients constructive ways of identifying their needs and expressing them assertively and respectfully. Individuals then experience an increased sense of control in their life and higher self-esteem.
Steven Hand, MA, CAC
Psychologist, Certified Addictions Counselor
304 Frankstown Rd., Altoona, Pennsylvania 16602
I believe that I can teach you to manage your anger by changing your thoughts. I primarily use Rational Emotive Behavior Therapyto help you learn effective anger management. Once you learn the most common irrational beliefs, you will be able to recognize these beliefs in your own thinking and be able to develop more rational beliefs. This will translate into feelings of concern rather than anger.