Marty Tashman, Ph.D.(psychology), ACSW, M.S.W.
1 Sheppard Rd Sheppard Office Park - Suite 703, Voorhees, NJ
This is an area that is vital to understand and know how to manage in order to have a healthy, compatible relationship. Not knowing how to reduce anger and handle it can sabotage a couple’s ability to communicate and get along on many levels. Anger unchecked, can destroy relationships and sometimes lead to violence. Over the years I have developed many techniques to help people reduce their anger, and have taught them how to communicate with their partner effectively. If you would like to learn about the 5 steps to manage anger you can go to: http://www.yourmarriagecounselor.com/anger-management-and-relationships/
Colleen Fitzpatrick, MSW, LCSW, CH, Counselor
LICENSED CLINICAL SOCIAL WORKER, CERTIFIED HYPNOTHERAPIST
10 EAST MOUNT VERNON AVE., HADDONFIELD, NJ
I can help you identify your sources of anger, as well as specific triggers. We can work together to more effectively build specific coping skills, that utilize your strengths. I have specific experience utilizing cognitive behavioral therapy, reframing, and hypnotherapy. You do not have to let your anger control you. I look forward to assisting you in building a more peaceful life.
David Leibovitz, Psy.D.
600 Route 73, Marlton, NJ
Anger is a normal feeling that all people experience. The trouble is often when anger leads to aggression or destructive BEHAVIOR. Often anger issues have dramatic costs including in relationships, at work/school, legal issues, and others. Often anger covers underlying emotions that drive anger including sadness, frustration, feeling disrespected, and shame/guilt to name a few. I help my clients understand their anger issues and learn new adaptive ways to cope with this emotion.
Jennifer Bullock, M.Ed, M.L.S.P., LPC
Licensed Profesional Counselor
245 South 16th Street, Philadelphia, NJ
As a group therapist, helping people address their anger in healthier ways is something we work on regularly and successfully. In the context of the group / team work, clients are encouraged to express their frustrations and irritations in new ways, so that the old 'stuffing feelings until you blow up' is no longer the first coping tool used.
Walter Matweychuk, Ph.D.
Medical Arts Building, 1601 Walnut Street, Suite 401, Philadelphia, NJ
The benefit of my approach is that instead of getting angry you will learn how to think and react creatively so you are better able to find a way to prevail in the long run. People and life will sometimes do you in and obstruct you. However, you are rarely at your best when angry. It is your beliefs that lead to your self-defeating feelings of anger. I show how an angry response leads you to have far less leverage than if you felt healthy negative feelings like great annoyance, frustration, displeasure and disappointment. I teach you how to think about injustice, interference, and insult so that you stay in control of your reactions in order to creatively respond and ultimately prevail!
Elizabeth Earnshaw, MFT
Marriage and Family Therapist
1500 Walnut Street Suite 700, Philadelphia, NJ
If you have become concerned with the way anger is impacting your life, therapy can help. Anger can have lasting impacts on our romantic and social relationships, professional life, and our self-esteem. While it is okay to feel angry sometimes, you may be lacking skills that help you to manage your reactions to it in a healthy and productive way. Anger is an emotion that surfaces when other emotions have been left unattended for too long. I will help you to access and understand the emotions that are causing your anger, learn coping skills, and work towards developing a plan on how to manage uncomfortable feelings in the future.
Erin O'Brien, MA, LPC
Licensed Professional Counselor
100 S. Broad St., STE 915, Philadelphia, NJ
I believe that anger is a natural emotional response that sends important survival messages to us when something is happening to us that is NOT OKAY. Anger serves us by alerting us to create clearer boundaries in a given situation or to speak up and be heard. It is an emotion that mobilizes action and can be very effective in making positive changes. But sometimes when anger is not able to run it's course and be used in productive ways, like setting healthy boundaries or communicating needs, or when trauma is at the root of anger, it can become overwhelming and disruptive to your life. Therapy will enable you to metabolize old sources of anger and to use it in more empowering ways.
C. Samuel Verghese, M.A., N.D., Ph.D., BCIA-EEG, DAPA
813 East Gate Drive, Suite B, Mount Laurel, NJ
The brain processes that control anger in children, adolescents, and adults with hormonal and neurological deficits may explain why these groups show slow integration of planned positive behaviors that are stored in specialized regions of the brain. The Scriptures do not define any age group as incapable of loving Jesus Christ. All are capable of fine-tuning their behavior based on the lifestyle of Jesus Christ. With this in mind we can work to implement crucial strategies in coping with he anger habit.
Valerie Anne Davis, Mrs
AD Specialst Life Coach Behavior Modification Counselor LLC
Phila Upper Darby Springfield Landsdowne Yeadon, NJ
Clients will greatly benefit from my Anger Management Sessions because I provide a variety of techniques that are suitable for each client. I don't compare one client to another. What works for one client may not be suitable for another. Therefore, before providing Behavior Modification Techniques, I make sure that I analyze the client so that I will learn best how to help them. Contact me for further information at 267-970-7615 firstname.lastname@example.org
Sam Romirowsky, Ph.D
20 West Third Street, Media, NJ
Anger is a very normal emotion, but has to be managed carefully so as not to cause damage to relationships. In working with individuals who have difficulty managing their anger, I help develop strategies to recognize the anger before it "boils over", and find appropriate ways to express the anger and reduce the liklihood of it recurring. Without dealing with the anger, people often develop problems with depression, or express the anger in ways that get themselves in to trouble.