Carol Erb, Ph.D
Board Certified Christian Marriage Coach
2015 Boundary Street, STE 211-213, Beaufort, South Carolina 29902
Are you an individual or couple who are dealing with anger due to difficulties in your marriage or relationship? At The Beaufort Center For Marriage you can find peace, lasting joy and the help you need in order eliminate conflict and strife from your marriage or relationship. I can help if you are single, dating, married or divorced. Phone or txt me today at 305-890-6987.
Royce Malphrus, BCIA-C, AAMFT (clinical member)
PHD, Licensed Psychotherapist (LPC), LMFT, MAC
25 A Marshellen Drive, Beaufort, South Carolina 29902
I view anger as a cognitive and psychiological phenomenon. I utilize Cognitive Behavioral Therapy techniques to assist in the patients examining, and modifying, irrational self talk that leads to anger ("hot thoughts"). I also encorporate biofeedback to assist the patient gain control of his anger by slowing his heartrate down by several forms of diaphramatic breathing. Anger is a normal feeling but when a person is in high arousal mode, self defeating behaviors are probable.
John Romig Johnson, Ph.D, NCPsyA, IAAP, NYAAP
1020 Tyron Circle, Charleston, South Carolina 29414
While anger like fear is a healthy emotion, rage, frustration and emotional outbursts can have a powerfully negative effect on our relationships. I can help my clients understand the sources of anger in their lives and thus develop deeper self-understanding. Growing in awareness and consciousness can be a means to overcoming the feeling of being overwhelmed anger. I will also help people who deny or are unaware of their anger develop more effective ways to resolve their conflicts. The effort is not just to develop behavioral techniques but rather to understand the origins of anger in unresolved feelings and stress and to develop new understandings of the dynamics of anger. We will also focus ....
Kindra Westercamp, Ph.D.
Licensed Clinical Psychologist
7 Gamecock Ave Suite #710, Charleston, South Carolina 29407
Anger is a healthy emotion and needs to be given a space to be experienced/felt, just as sadness, happiness/joy, and fear does. It is not anger itself that is "bad," rather it is how this emotion is expressed that is important. When our anger leads us to hurt other people or objects, we are not expressing our anger in a healthy manner. For individuals who suffer from poor impulse control they may be more likely to react to anger in a destructive manner. I will help my clients learn to experience anger, while at the same time identifying healthy ways in which to express this emotion. I will also assist my clients in identifying possible triggers, as well as ways to cope effectively.
Jon Beaumont, MS, LPCS
Licensed Professional Counselor & Supervisor
5211Trenholm Rd. Suite B, COLUMBIA, South Carolina 29206
Anger management is dealt with differently on an individual basis; as everyone has specific triggers, as well as a unique reaction to each. However, I have found that a set of proven techniques work very effectively in most cases to reduce situation-specific anger, as well as lingering anger in general. Clients will learn to restructure the way they view the triggers for their anger, as well as more appropriate ways to respond to these situations. Relaxation techniques and methods of releasing anger are also utilized in order to keep anger from building up.