David Gallick, MSW, LSW, LMFT
Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist
hazleton, Pennsylvania 18201
Anger is a completely acceptable emotion, something every one of us experiences at one time or another. What is not acceptable is when anger escalates to the point of "rage". When anger reaches the that stage the person is being overly reactive to a situation and is acting out of feelings and not his or her rational thinking. When I work with clients with anger management issues I help them to understand that there are ways they can control anger so it doesn't take control of them. By helping clients understand that rage is never acceptable and providing them with strategies for staying in control, clients and their families can have safer, more meaningful, fulfilling relationships.
Paulina Posatko, MFT
Marriage and Family Therapist
1248 West Main Street, Ephrata, Pennsylvania 17522
Anger is one of the primary human emotions, but if you are struggling with an excessive amount of anger or a bad temper, therapy can give you new techniques to reduce your anger or to release it in a healthier way. Whether it be a coping mechanism, a way to distance yourself, or you dont know how to communicate without it, my goal is to address the source of your anger and then deconstruct those destructive patterns.
Teni Osundeko, Ph.D, LCSW
Clinical Social Worker
4601 Locust Lane, Suite 102,, Harrisburg, Pennsylvania 17109
Do you have a short fuse? Have you lost friendships and career opportunities because of inappropriate expression of anger? Don't wait till you lose even bigger and better things due to your anger. Get the help you need by contacting me for anger mangement techniques. Using a cognitive behavioral approach, I will assist you to get a handle on your anger. Together we will examine the myths and the truths about anger. I can help you take proactive steps to break out of the anger cycle before it leads to the agressive behaviors that bring such negative consequences in your life. You have a choice in how you express your anger. Get the help you need today.
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.