Carol Erb, Ph.D
Board Certified Christian Marriage Coach
Bluffton, South Carolina 29910
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 Caparisos, Ph.D.
Professional Counselor/ Marriage and Family Therapist
527 East 60th Street, Savannah, Georgia 31405
I am a Certified Anger Management Specialist. The primary method I use is a choice-based system in which the types of anger are defined and highly effective techniques are taught to manage the anger. This method is for motivated people who are honestly seeking to control their anger. This system is easy to learn, but takes practice. It often leads to profound self awareness. If anger is a problem in marriage, family or at work, I highly recommend these sessions! If needed, a Certificate of Completion is given at the successful completion of the program.
Dr. Walter Warneck, Jr., D.Min.
Licensed Marriage & Family Therapist; Pastoral Counselor
301 WatersEdge, Shelter Cove, Hilton Head Island, South Carolina 29928
Two fundamental keys to success in anger management are first, knowing the personal emotional triggers that bring up angry feelings, and second, gaining personal skills to manage angry behavior. Mastery of these fundamentals take the mystery out of anger management and returns control back to the individual. This does not come over night, nor, in some situations, does it come easily. But with some hard work, treatment can be successful. That success can change the life of the individual with the anger. That change brings healing to relationships as well. The process also includes assessment and care for other emotional or psychological issues that contribute to the problem.