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Dr. Carol Francis, Psy.D., MFT, CHypT,
Clinical Psychologist, Marriage, Family & Child, Hypnosis
Location: 3655 Torrance Blvd 318, Torrance
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Anger expressed in raw form, typically is destructive to relationships and hurts reputations. Raw anger can harm others and results in property damage, jail time, loss of children, divorce, or unemployment. In contrast, anger can be presented in honest but thoughtful ways, leading toward problem-solving and closer relationships. Each explosive angry moment is different. Each person vexed with chronic anger requires different tools and interventions. In order for an angry person to become calm, clear, trustworthy or even reliably loving -- deep work with past abuses, injustices may need reworking. Learning verbal skills & impulse control, help too. DrCarolFrancis.com and 310-543-1824.
Vi Ballard, MFT
Marriage Family Therapist
Location: 3424 W.Carson St., Torrance
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Daniel Goleman in his book " Emotional Intelligence" says, "The train of angry thoughts that stokes anger is also potentially the key to one of the most powerful ways to defuse anger: undermining the convictions that are fueling anger in the first place. The longer we ruminate about what has made us angry, the more "good reasons" and self-justifications for being angry we can invent. Brooding fuels anger's flames. But seeing things differently douses those flames".
Call me and we can talk further about what is making you angry.
Debra Cucci, LMFT
Licensed Marriage & Family Therapist
Location: 1050 Duncan Avenue, Suite J, Manhattan Beach
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When working with people who deal with excessive anger, the kind that gets in the way of relationships or getting what you want, I help clients look at the underlying beliefs that fuel the anger. Oftentimes there are distortions about what a behavior means or the feeling that something negative is aimed directly at you. By challenging those beliefs, people can often find that they CAN control their anger and, at the least, they can control the way they act on those feelings.
Marjorie Rand, Ph.D.
Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist
Location: 616 N. Poinsettia Ave., Manhattan Beach
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Anger is a legitimate emotion in response to injury or for self-defense. But if survival defenses are out of conscious control, it is then considered lack of impulse control. Your anger by passes the rational part of your brain and you react instantly without thinking or choosing how to react. In order to interrupt that automatic reaction, you must slow it down. Do that by taking deep breaths until you have calmed down and are able to make a rational decision of how to react.
Patricia Andershock, MFT
Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist
Location: 205 Avenue I, Suite 2, Redondo Beach
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We all feel angry sometimes, but it's important to release our anger in a healthy constructive way. Too often, people have unresolved feelings of sadness and anger which when left unresolved can cause us to build resentments and begin to feel a greater amount of anger on the surface because of these unresolved disappointments. I help people to discover what is going on underneath the anger that continues to rise and exert itself on the surface. When we can explore and process the unresolved feelings of loss, disappointment, or sadness underneath the anger, then there can be a release which reduces the anger that was expressing itself on the surface and you can finally have peace.
Ellen Roese, LCSW
Licensed Clinical Social Worker
Location: 326 S. PCH, Suite 206, Redondo Beach
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I am a counselor specializing in grief and loss. When a loved one dies anger is often a feeling that looms large and can feel frightening. Anger at God, the person that died, the medical system or other people in your life is a normal feeling after a loss. As a bereavement therapist we will work together to understand these feelings and the myriad of other emotions that accompany a difficult transition.
Sydell Weiner, Ph.D., MFT
Marriage and Family Therapist
Location: 23440 Hawthorne Blvd., Suite 280, Torrance
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If anger is getting in the way of your relationships with those you love, there is help. What are the triggers that make you explode? Together we can explore what sets you off, try to understand the root cause, and learn some new techniques for dealing with anger. You deserve to have loving relationships in your life. Don't let anger stand in your way.
Timothy Patterson, M.A., MFT
Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist
Location: 24445 Hawthorne Blvd., Suite 211, Torrance
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Anger is a normal human emotion. When expressed appropriately anger can be both adaptive and helpful. However, when anger is expressed with inappropriate frequency or intensity or without appropriate controls it can become very destructive to one's relationships or one's self. When this happens it may be very helpful to consult a therapist with skill in dealing with anger management problems. Together we can identify the triggers to anger arousal. We can identify anger maintaining patterns of thought and learn proven methods for stress reduction and respectful assertiveness. You can learn to recognize and use your angry emotions to enhance and deepen your most meaning relationships.
Kevin Bergen, MA, MFT
Marriage & Family Therapist
Location: 2780 Skypark Dr., Suite 205, Torrance
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Are you accused of being angry? Is someone afraid of your anger? Are you being threatened into getting help for anger?
At CCRG, we understand how YOU feel, and we can get people off your back. If you're willing to learn some approaches that work, you will find that others annoy you less, things go your way more often, and you'll be treated with respect and love. Wouldn't that be nice?
Give us a call and just say you want help with what others call "anger."
Soni Kim, PsyD
Location: 2601 Airport Drive, #135, Torrance
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Anger management is often misunderstood as learning to control one's anger. In my experience, effective anger management has more to do with understanding where your anger comes from and what drives your anger. Often people experience emotions other than anger as anger. One common example is when someone feels hurt. Because feeling hurt can make people feel vulnerable, they become angry and aggressive. I work with my clients to understand the origins of their anger from multiple perspectives and figure out what solutions would work in each person's unique circumstances.
Anger Management Gardena CA.
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Welcome to our network of anger management therapists and counselors in Gardena, CA. Anger treatment, support groups, and counseling for anger is available to help you heal and resolve the issues that are hurting you. Our California professionals are licensed therapists and psychologists with experience and training specifically in anger management. Gardena CA anger specialists are ready to assist you. Select any of the qualified anger management therapists in Gardena CA below to find help.