Jonathan Gransee, Psy.D.
313 W. Liberty Street, Suite 226, Lancaster, Pennsylvania 17603
In terms of managing your anger, it is important to understand that anger is often the minds' way of protecting you, or of defending you from something. Often, people feel as if they have been a victim of something, and then they will act out in anger because they feel as if they need to protect themselves. If you understand why, it may be easier to get past the point of simply having outbursts.
Gabriel Newman, Ph.D.
Licensed Clinical Psychologist
2328 W Joppa Road, Suite 10, Lutherville, Maryland 21093
Managing anger is another form of controlling your autonomic nervous and limbic systems. It begins with education, so you can learn how those systems work in your body. Then, some techniques to intervene and change the course of bodily and emotional reactions. The most rewarding part comes afterwards, when a person can allow the experience of other emotional states as well, for this is when they really develop.