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Family Christian Counseling Center Inc, M.Ed, NCC, LPC

Licensed Professional Counselor

3505 Adkisson Dr. Suite 152, Cleveland, Tennessee 37312

Anger is typically the most obvious emotion that people notice in a person, however, what they fail to realize is that often this anger is springing from a hurt or fear rooted deeply in a persons inner being. When we work with clients seeking "anger management," we don't attempt to cure the "anger." Our goal, instead, is to discover the root of the anger and facilitate healing in that root. It's only then that real change and peace will come. Tackling the "anger" isn't the solution --identifying and healing the hurt is.

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.

Robert Gillette, M A, LPC

License Professional Counselor

2450 Atlanta Hwy, Suite 1901, Cumming, Georgia 30040

My approach to anger management is helping clients find freedom from the anger. Many times it is necessary to help clients find the true source of their anger. There are many sources that can drive the anger. Developing new skills to manage the emotions behind the anger is important as well as developing new relationship skills that many times can lessen or prevent the anger from ever developing,

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.

David Solovey, Ph.D.

Clinical Psychologist

7302 Jarnigan Rd., Chattanooga, Tennessee 37421

Noone reacts with anger/rage without a sense of hurt. This usually is a result of feeling disregarded or dismissed. The messages we get are typically- "you - are wrong, don't count, are invalid, invisible, unlovable, bad..etc." This triggers our core hurts. This core hurt reflects our personal issues... We are reactive to what we interpret and what we interpret are our own issues. What we miss and need to do is anchor our own core values to not react to what we interpret. In anger management we learn intentionally engage our core values and strengths rather then these core hurts. We learn to stop habitually reacting and start behaving intentionally.

Eddie Reece, MS, LPC

Licensed Professional Counselor

Downtown Alpharetta, Alpharetta, Georgia 30009

I don’t believe in anger management. Anger shouldn’t be “managed.” I believe it should be expressed wisely. If you struggle with anger issues, I would bet you use your anger in destructive ways. I can help you learn constructive ways to express your anger. Contact me today to receive a free article I’ve written about anger management. Put an end to the destruction and construct healthier relationships with wisely expressed anger.

Cindy Hoerig, LPC, NCC

Licenced Professional Counselor

284 South Main Street, Suite 800, Alpharetta, Georgia 30009

I work with clients to both understand their angry responses and to improve their behavior. Anger results from our interpretation of situations rather than the actual situation. Anger can prevent people from develping strong connections in relationships. It is difficult to trust a person who frequently responds in an angry manner or whose anger can be out of proportion to the situation. I help clients become less angry so they can improve their current relationships and develop new ones.

Susan Blank, MS, LPC, NCC

Licensed Professional Counselor

284 S. Main St Suite 800, Alpharetta, Georgia 30009

Do you have difficulty controlling your temper? Do you lack a sense of inner peace? Anger is a healthy emotion, but when it gets out of control, it can become toxic. It destroys your work day; it hurts your relationships with the people you care about, and most importantly ~ it hurts you. Utilizing cognitive-based mindfulness strategies, I can help you learn how to modulate the thoughts and emotions that cause your anger, discover its roots, and help you live your life from a place of balance and authenticity.

Renee Willis, NCC, LPC, RPT, CAMS

Holy Spirit led Psychotherapist

Whether you need to complete an anger assessment or a specific number of "anger control" therapy sessions have been court ordered, I can help. I am a Certified Anger Management Specialist (CAMS) in the state of Georgia and can equip you with the tools needed to get your anger under control. As a former police officer myself, I too used to have anger issues that were "out of control." I wanted my life back and peace, learning to deal with anger was a part of the process.

Wendy Dickinson, Ph.D.

Licensed Psychologist

4411 Suwanee Dam Road, Suite 440, Suwanee, Georgia 30024

Very often people find that their angry outbursts surprise them (and those around them). This occurs most often because we haven't dealt with the real source of the anger. Clients often try to convince themselves that they are "over it" or that "it doesn't matter" when, in fact, they aren't over it and it does matter. I see this quite a lot in women - who tend to be socialize not to show anger. Therefore it leaks out in more passive aggressive and subtle ways. It's still anger - but it can be inflicted on herself or the true reason for the anger can be veiled making it difficult for others to figure how why there is an outburst.

Judy Herman, MA, MS, LPC-MHSP, NCC

Licensed Professional Counselor

400 E. Main St. Suite 140E, Chattanooga, Tennessee 37408

You get along fine with everyone else, but the person you're closest to makes you so mad. You tell yourself, "It's not that bad" but she claims you have an anger issue. Deep down, you realize you need help. You know you've hurt to the ones you care about the most. Learn coping skills that work from a therapist who understands. Simple techniques and awareness will give you confidence and self-control. Begin the repair work in your relationships.

Hayne Steen, MAMFT

Marriage and Family Therapist

3069 Broad Street, Suite 7D, Chattanooga, Tennessee 37408

Anger is possibly one of the most naked emotions. It reveals some things about us that no other emotion is capable of doing. Anger is defined as "longing, hoping, wanting desiring, yearning, hoping." In counseling we explore the root of our longing and differentiate between true anger and toxic rage, which are entirely different emotions and experience.

Lara Edington, MA, CPC

MA in Prof. Counseling & Certified Prof. Coach

9111 Cross Park Dr. Suite D200, Knoxville, Tennessee 37923

I work with clients, men and women ages 11 and up, to figure out what they are ACTUALLY feeling and learn how to express those feelings appropriately and more effectively. I use the "anger meter" and other assessment tools to gauge their anger and become aware of triggers and how to stomp out anger in the future. Anger is commonly due to miscommunication and and therefore I work with clients to learn how to communicate on a more socially acceptable level using verbal, nonverbal, and paraverbal skills.

Kelsey Bearden, MS, CPC

Masters in Mental Health Counseling, Certified Professional Coach

9111 Cross Park Dr. Suite D200, Knoxville, Tennessee 37923

I work with children, teens, and young adults, as well as parents, to understand and handle their anger better. When individuals can understand the cause of their anger and the primary emotions tied to that anger, they can begin to communicate it to others in a way that those people can understand instead of yelling, screaming, biting, hitting, and other destructive behaviors.

Jane N. Geiger, M.A., D.Min.

Counselor, Coach, & Mediator

50 Frazier Avenue, Suite 300, Chattanooga, Tennessee 37405

Anger work is, at a much deeper level, the healing work of loss, blocked goals, unjust treatment, unhealed pain, or other deeper issues. For people of faith, God's Word is clear, "Be angry, and do not sin it it." The FEELING of ANGER is not a sin. Many of my clients receive immediate relief and freedom when this truth is applied to their lives. I encourage my clients to allow the feelings to emerge, be honest about the roots of pain, and uncover the either overt style of expressing anger OR the covert (more Southern) style of Passive-Aggressive anger so that a life of peace may be achieved. Peace is possible. Peace is powerful. Grace for all who feel angry. Peace is on the way!

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