Sam Romirowsky, Ph.D
F-52 Omega Drive, Newark, Delaware 19713
Anger is a very normal emotion, but has to be managed carefully so as not to cause damage to relationships. In working with individuals who have difficulty managing their anger, I help develop strategies to recognize the anger before it "boils over", and find appropriate ways to express the anger and reduce the liklihood of it recurring. Without dealing with the anger, people often develop problems with depression, or express the anger in ways that get themselves in to trouble.
Jack Tawil, MSW, LCSW-C
Licensed Clinical Social Worker
Arnold, Maryland 21012
Have you been told how to deal with your anger with little or no help? Do you find most anger management strategies relatively easy to understand but quite difficult to put into practice? If so, you are not alone. There is a reason for this and it is not because you are not trying hard enough. Anger is a very important and powerful emotion that must be addressed in a deeply emotional way and not just through our heads, knowledge or understanding. This requires the expertise of a therapist who is comfortable and skilled in working with anger.
Dena Leibowitz, MSLCADC, CHT, 200 E-RYT, 500 RYT
658 Kenilworth Dr, ste 206, Towson, MD 21204, Towson , Maryland 21204
Each anger management session provides easy to learn strategies to relax and calm the mind and body. Through hypnotherapy and cognitive/ behavioral restructuring and NLP, new patterns are created at a neural level that changes your belief system and lead to permanent change. Anger management Sessions are 45 minutes. Strategies can be applied in personal or professional relationships.
Dane Wendell, LCPC
Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor
600 Wyndhurst Ave, suite 112, Baltimore, Maryland 21210
Using a Solution Focused Approach, I work with you to determine what strategies have worked in the past and how you can best replicate those experiences to overcome times of anger. I believe that you already have the skills necessary to manage your anger, however, you may not be aware of them due to always focusing on the problem rather than solutions.
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.
Jay Jemail, Ph.D.
5829 Kennett Pike, Wilmington, Delaware 19807
Anger management requires a thorough assessment of the patient/client. It is important to understand is roots, underlying issues, triggers and to provide the tools to manage the emotions and behavior. Alternative coping skills are important to address this. Stress management and impulse control training as well as substance abuse issues have to be considered. In some cases, medication can be useful. Individual, marital and family work needs to be considered.