Jennifer Cole, M.A., C.C.C.
Counselling Therapist - Canadian Certified Counsellor
# 205, 5001 - 49th Ave., Olds, AB
Anger can feel random- like all of a sudden you are losing total control of yourself, it feels like it has a life of its own. It doesn't. Let me help you get to the bottom of it so you can live the life you want to live. Gaining your self-respect back. Having the relationships you would like to have. Feel like you are in control and not subject to other people and their behaviors.
Harvey Brink, B.A., M.Ed.
Suite 302 3939 - 50A Ave., Red Deer, AB
Thoughts cause emotions - and anger is no exception, however it often manifests itself in different ways. Two neurochemical processes are thought to be involved regarding the triggering of anger. Clients are taught how to detect and resolve anger in its initial stage and avoid the (approximately) 5 hours of discomfort and irritability that occur if the initial reaction is not managed.
Marc Roy, M.A., R. Psych
#302 3939-50A Ave, Red Deer, AB
Anger is a natural human emotion. However if it disrupts your life by being too frequent or too severe, then it may be time to take action. Anger can damage our personal and professional relationships, and hurt those closest to us. There are ways to cool the flames of anger. Contact me today, and we can get started with anger management strategies that work.
Bluebonnet Psychological Services, Inc.
Therapeutic and Assessment Services
4327-54 Avenue Suite 204, Red Deer, AB
Anger is not something you can get rid of. It is a normal, healthy emotion shared by all people everywhere. When it gets out of hand, though, anger can become destructive and lead to all sorts of personal problems. Uncontrolled anger can affect your relationships, your job and your health, and often results in depression, violence and suicidal feelings. While you can’t cure anger, you can manage the intensity and effect it has upon you. Effective therapeutic strategies exist for managing anger and can help you become less reactive. While it’s possible to improve your anger response on your own, a qualified practitioner can help you move more quickly to successful management.
Deborah MacNiel, MA. MEd. CCC. CCHT.
Canadian Certified Counsellor
203 - 4909B 48 Street, Red Deer, AB
Anger, as with all of our feelings, is a natural emotion. It is how we express it that can make it healthy or destructive. Learning healthy strategies for expressing anger, effective communication, and self care are key to personal interactions, relationships, and personal well-being. Deborah offers counselling and hypnotherapy that can assist in developing effective anger management strategies and improve your quality of life. Please visit www.centralabcounselling.com or call 587-876-2632 for more information.
Cory Hrushka, M.A. R.Psych., CDST
Registered Psychologist, Certified Diplomate of Sex Therapy
#203, 4909 B - 48th Street, Red Deer, AB
I have had extensive training and experience in working with both anger management and domestic violence issues. I have a fundamental understanding of using cognitive behavior therapy, rational emotive therapy and Duluth model fundamentals for working with power and control issues or anger management. I have also had extensive experience in running groups, assessing anger related issues and working through the underlying issues which lead to problematic anger. EMDR has also been found to be effectively useful for working with unresolved emotional issues leading to anger problems.
Maribela Arruda-Block, MEd., R.Psych., CPT, CCC
Anger is a normal feeling. Anger, like most feelings, serves a purpose in our lives. Unhealthy expression of anger or avoiding anger, can lead to many health related problems. Learning to cope, to express, and to resolve anger in a healthy manner is critical to improving life and reducing stress. Healthy anger management is critical to leading a positive and productive lifestyle.
Angela Wood, M.Sc., R. Psych.
6740 Johnstone Drive. Office #118, Red Deer, AB
Working collaboratively with the client things that trigger anger for the client are identified. Next, techniques for how to manage anger and be respectful towards one's self and others are identified and practised. Effective and respectful communication techniques are also incorporated through out the course of therapy. The process of identifying and communicating emotions in an acceptable and respectful begins the journey to effective anger management skills.
Patricia Popoff, BSW, RSW, MS, GC-C
Registered Social Worker, Certified Grief Counsellor, and Mental Health Professional
6740 Johnstone Drive, Red Deer, AB
Anger is a secondary emotion and often there is a multitude of feelings associated with our angry behaviour. I help individuals get to the root of his/her feelings and to express their true emotions rather than to only express anger. I provide a safe an confidential environment in which to change how you express your emotions in a healthy way that benefits you and those relationships with others around you.