Zoe Williams, Ph.D.
164 20th Street, Suite 3B, Brooklyn, NY 11232
Anger can feel overwhelmingly powerful, and often results in feelings of guilt and regret. It may cause problems at home or at work. I use Cognitive-Behavioral techniques to help you identify the specific thinking and behavior habits which are contributing to your anger. From there, we will teach you new tools and techniques to respond to people and situations differently, as well as how to manage your behavior once you're in the "red zone."
La Tara Carter, M.A., LPC
Licensed Professional Counselor
7272 Wurzbach rd. Suite 1503, San Antonio, NY
Everybody gets angry, but out-of-control rage isn't good for you or those around you. When you can't control your anger, you may say or do something you may regret later. But anger also plays havoc with your own body. Anger can also lead to stress-related problems, such as insomnia, digestive problems, and headaches. My approach to managing anger effectively is by introducing relaxation skills, cognitive restructuring, problem solving, better communication skills, humor and in some cases, environmental changes are needed.
Charles Wininger, LP, LMHC
Licensed Psychotherapist, Licensed Mental Health Counselor
581 Fifth Street, Brooklyn, NY 11215
If you find your temper getting the best of you, leaving you with feelings of regret, sadness or shame, I can help. With new skills for managing your anger, you'll be able to catch yourself before you say or do something that can hurt the ones you love. The idea is for you to speak your mind while staying in control, so that your message doesn't get lost. With the right techniques, you'll be able to get your point across in a way that the other person can hear.