Teje Aliberti, MA, Clinical Psychology, LMFT
Licensed Marriage & Family Therapist
431 Jeffries, Big Bear Lake, CA
Clients often tell me their relationship to anger catches them or the important people in their lives by surprise. They report going from zero to sixty before they can harness their frustration in a way that is not hurtful to themselves or those they love. When I work with clients who want to change their relationship to anger, we first open up dialogues about their unique manifestations of anger and the effects it has on their life. We then might explore times when anger didn't get the best of them and inquire about the context in which that was possible. Anger can be tricky but through careful exploration, working in therapy, clients can change their relationship to anger.