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Kristen Bird, MS, LMFT

Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist

200 East Main Street, Suite 201, Clayton, North Carolina 27520

Together we can explore the underlying causes of anger. I believe there are many types of anger and often we have misdirected anger and underlying causes. We can explore and differentiate between justified and irrational anger and learn ways to handle frustrations. Increasing frustration tolerance and learning to think about situations differently is helpful for managing anger.

Katherine Walker, PhD, LPC, NCC, BCIA-C

Licensed Professional Counselor

501 North Main Street, Wake Forest, North Carolina 27587

For clients who experience anger and struggle with expressing themselves in healthy ways, I help them process what is going on in their life that they believe is feeding or causing them to feel angry and help them uncover what is at the root or core of their anger. I work with clients to help them improve their coping skills and learn how to express themselves in a more assertive, safe, and respectful way with others who may also be involved in conflict with them, and help them recognize when it is time to let go and walk away from the object or source of their anger.

Mike Garrett, Ph.D, LPC

Licensed Professional Counselor

809-1000 Spring Forest Road, Raleigh, North Carolina 27609

Dr. Mike Garrett has a great deal of experience in treating anger issues, especially within marriage. He often takes people through a workbook that trains and equips in dealing with the triggers, cues, and reactions of anger. He also integrates a spiritual perspective from a Christian viewpoint, looking very closely at the guidelines from Scripture.

Katherine Good, LPC

Licensed Professional Counselor

230 W. Millbrook Road, Raleigh, North Carolina 27609

I recognize that anger is a signal that something is unjust. I help people struggling with anger issues learn to use the energy for positive movement. We all have the right to be angry but we are responsible for what we do with that anger. Sometimes a person needs a non-judgmental listener to help them grow and other times they need specific skills and I do both.

Beth Holloway, MA, LPC

Beth Mumford Holloway

5909 Falls of Neuse Road, Suite 208, Raleigh, North Carolina 27609

Many of the clients that Beth sees are struggling with feelings of anger, hopelessness, irritability, and isolation. Other common symptoms of angry outbursts and mood disorders include low energy, low self-esteem, loss of motivation and foreboding feelings of the future which respond to treatment over time. There are therapeutic interventions to help reduce feelings of anger and disappointment as we work to toward returning you to an adaptive level of functioning. Beth uses Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Collaborative Problem, Solving and Narrative Therapy to help her client's manage anger.

Meredith Stokke, MC, NCC, LPC

Licensed Professional Counselor

8360 Six Forks Road Suite 101, Raleigh, North Carolina 27615

When working with clients who struggle with managing their anger in healthy and constructive ways, I like to first educate them about feelings and the process of emotion regulation. Because anger is a secondary emotion, I strive to help my clients to understand what they are experiencing underneath their anger, and work with them to address that, which can be a helpful and effective way for them to experience their emotions in a more healthy and appropriate way. I also like to teach coping skills so that my clients have more healthy ways of addressing their anger in the moment.

Eve Cribbs, LCSW

Licensed Clinical Social Worker

1407 Hillsborough St, Raleigh, UNITED STATES 27605

Anger gets a bad reputation from the way it is misused in our lives. If you have a history of this, you are likely going to be challenged with the effective and necessary use of anger today. It is a natural feeling and a warning sign that someone has stepped on your boundaries or something is unfair. If you were to to get some help separating the feeling of anger from the way you were miss-taught about it from your past, you may have a wonderful tool to assist you in self care. You need to feel the anger to understand that you need some type of protection through assertiveness, silence, removing yourself from a situation or simply staying home instead of giving into the pressure of another.

Katherine Cato, M.A., LPC, CEAP

Licensed Professional Counselor

5500 McNeely Suite 101, Raleigh, North Carolina 27612

Difficulties managing anger can deeply damage relationships. Intimate partners are especially vulnerable to the effects of anger. If your relationship has been damaged by anger problems, or your arguments have become alarming to you, don't wait to get help. Learn how to argue without damaging the relationship. Learn what helps when an argument crosses the line. Counseling can help you stop the damage to your relationship.

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