Amanda Gilliam, M.S.
Licensed Marital & Family Therapist
It is often said that anger is a secondary emotion; that there is more than the behavior that is seen at the surface. Through a client's story is where the root of the emotion exists. With proper guidance and support it is possible to gain insight into triggers, warning signs and learn alternative safe coping skills. Individuals deserve the confidence in knowing that you are in charge of your emotions and responses to them. Increased awareness and a plan of action can be key in managing emotional reactions out of anger. There is also room for growth in exploring the roots of persistent anger. Whether it be learned behavior, or unmet emotional needs from the past, you can thrive.
Geoffrey Bullock, LCSW
Marriage and Couples Therapist
70 Woodfin Pl Suite 232, Asheville, North Carolina 28801
For many couples, learning to understand anger and treat it differently when it occurs is one key to improving their marriage or relationship. Anger is a natural emotion that happens when something important to us isn't going our way. But it often leads to fights in relationships, because couples continue trying to 'solve their differences' even after anger has taken over. Once emotion has taken over, it's nearly impossible to think clearly or hear new ideas. Counseling helps you to understand your anger AND learn what you can do to avoid being automatically triggered into old 'anger habits'. See more at: http://ashevillemarriagecounseling.com/fights-arguments-overview/
Stephen Ellis, Ph.D
Licensed Christian Counselor
109 Leader Dr., Piedmont, South Carolina 29673
Anger issues, like most issues we have to deal with, are rooted in our past experiences. Anger is a secondary emotion that comes from a primary cause. Many people who have problems with anger have not recognized the source of their anger. If we can locate where anger comes from, we have an opportunity to deal with it constructively. The client will benefit from finding the source of his anger and learn how to manage the anger response by applying Biblical principles to the anger.
Andrew Johnston, MDiv, MA, LPCI
710 Pettigru St, Greenville, South Carolina 29601
While anger is a natural response to certain situations, it can also become overwhelming. As with all emotions, it arises for a reason. In our response to persistent anger, we will explore short-term techniques for self-calming and composure, as well as look for the source of this emotion. Long-term relief often requires looking below the surface, where we can find out together what the deeper causes might be.
Sarah Bryan, Board Certified Christian Counselor
Board Cert. Christian Counselor, CTC
Gainesville, Georgia 30506
There are certified anger management therapist in the office that have excellent skills in helping people learn new skills to cope and deal with anger in an effective way. Robert Gillette has worked with countless clients in a safe environment to help facilitate growth in all areas that are affected with anger in relationships both personal and professionally.