Cynthia Van Wingerden, PhD, RN
Licensed Pastoral Counselor, Certified Life Coach
Life in Abundance, Simpsonville, South Carolina 29681
Anger interferes with our ability to have healthy loving relationships. Anger can also interfere with our ability to work in a professional setting, or even to simply enjoy everyday life. Anger can cause us to hurt the very people we care most for. We work together on anger management skills We will work together to begin to learn to identify triggers and to implement a variety of tools to change reactive behaviors (CBT) to healthy communication and interaction .
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.
Resolution Counseling, LMFT, LPC
Resolution Counseling Professionals
3633 Wheeler Road, Suite 365, Augusta, Georgia 30909
We all know what anger is and we have all felt it at some time or other - whether it was a fleeting annoyance or full fledged rage. Anger is a completely normal, healthy human emotion. Anger is not good or bad - even though what we do with our anger can be. Anger is, however, a painful emotion and one of the most difficult emotions to control and use wisely. Expressing anger in an emotionally healthy assertive manner is the best way to deal with it. The problem is most of us have not been taught healthy ways to do just that. Our goal is to help you understand your anger, what triggers in within you, and to help you change the patterns from which anger springs.
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.
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.