Anger Management Grain Valley MO. Counseling for Anger in Missouri


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Anger Management

Judy Gardner, MS, BSN, RN, LPC, NCC

Licensed Professional Counselor

656 SE Bayberry Lane, Suite 105, Lees Summit, MO

I approach counseling for anger as replacing ineffective coping strategies with new, adaptive strategies. Best practice treatment for counseling anger suggests a three prong approach: calming self, learning new self-regulation strategies through cognitive behavioral therapy, and learning how to recognize the internal signs that emotions may be building toward anger. Anger is dysfunctional when the resulting behaviors are harmful to self or others, prevents self control, it isolates, or damages self esteem.

Anger Management

Danience Moreland, MA, LPC

License Professional Counselor

9419 E 63rd Street, Raytown, MO

Anger is one of the many emotions we feel. During therapy you will gain a better understanding of passive and aggressive anger; along with your personal story related to your anger. Therapy will provide a safe environment to talk about your triggers and learn communication skills, problem solving strategies, and relaxation techniques to begin building an assertive future.

Anger Management

Cheryl Pendell, MA, LPC, NCC, CPT

Licensed Professional Counselor, Certified Play Therapist

Anger is an extremely important emotion. There's nothing wrong with feeling angry, it's what we do with our anger that gets us in trouble. If you are angry that is a sign of distress. You aren't angry without a reason. I would like to be able to help you understand those reasons and find a place for your anger. I will help you to gain insight into the reasons you are angry and find healthy ways in which to communicate and manage your anger so that it doesn't keep you from the relationships that you desire or interfere and disrupt your life.

Anger Management

Walt Moon, LPC

Licensed Professional Counselor

1150 Grand Avenue, Suite 620, Kansas City, MO

Anger is a powerful emotion that can quickly become destructive for you and those around you. The problem is that anger can be a cover for deeper and less comfortable emotions like feeling powerless, frustrated, hurt, or disappointed. I can help you name the emotions that are driving your anger. Together, we can face those emotions and learn how to let go of your anger all together.

Anger Management

Adam Lynch, MA, MFT

Marriage and Family Therapist

435 Nichols Rd., Suite 200, Kansas City, MO

Anger issues can become overwhelming to both you and those who experience it with you. Simply put, anger can simply be a struggle to allow the grief and anxiety of life to run it's course through the redeeming work of God. This is why, although it can seem too much to control, it's not too much for God. The most helpful way I've found in making progress with anger issues is moving clients to a place of not only being open and honest about the struggle, but also beginning to accept it for what it is and finding comfort and control in that place of acceptance. It's then through a heart of confession and reorientation to what is so angering, that true and fruitful healing can begin to occur.

Anger Management

Brian Heydon, Ed.S., LPC

Licensed Professional Counselor

8080 Ward Parkway, Suite 330, Kansas City, MO

The human brain is a brilliant organ that keeps us safe by connecting and comparing the pain of the past to the present moment, on conscious and unconscious levels. For some of us, especially for those who have been emotionally wounded earlier in life, this tendency towards a primitive "fight" response is in actuality highly disruptive and even destructive. I help clients to revisit and process their initial wounds in a safe environment and teach them that they are capable of responding to emotional triggers in a more constructive way. Actual body monitoring and "brain work' is done that assist clients in moving from a primitive reactive response to a more safe intentional response.

Anger Management

Matthew Luckenbach, MA., LPC., RPT, NCC

Christian Counselor

105 N Clayview Drive, Liberty, MO

Anger is a natural and sometimes necessary emotion that affects us all. It can be very difficult to express anger effectively and appropriately. It is important to realize when it can be a beneficial emotion and how to manage it when it is not helpful. Using my collaborative approach in counseling, I can help you learn ways of dealing with anger and channel it in safe and productive ways.

Anger Management

Teresa Cote, MA LPC CRAADC NCC CCDP-D SAP

Licensed Professional Counselor

5545 North Oak Trafficway Suite 25A, Kansas City, MO

As a therapist, I have many years of experience working with individuals with anger/domestic violence situations. One of my goals in treating anger management is to reduce both the emotional feelings and the physiological arousal that anger causes. You can't avoid the things, people or situations that enrage you, nor can you change them, but you can learn to control your reactions. I can assist Individuals to develop the skills to address their negative emotions appropriately.

Anger Management

Sherrie Pucket, LPC,NCC

Licensed Professional Counselor

5505 Foxridege Drive, Mission, MO

Anger is neither right or wrong. It is a human emotion oftentime rooted in a deeper issue. Counseling sessions for anger will allow the client to explore feelings that are oftentime culprits of the manifestation of anger. This client-centered approach allows the client to uncover past experiences, feelings, and emotions that manifest itself in anger. This discovery allows the client to deal with underlying issues and heal from past emotional wounds.

Anger Management

Jessica Willemsen, MSW, LSCSW, LAC, LCSW, CTS

Clinical Social Worker and Addiction Counselor

6901 Shawnee Mission Pkwy, Suite 219, Overland Park, MO

For some people, anger is an emotion that is easier to express, compared to worry, fear, anxiety, sadness, depression, etc. However, lashing out verbally and/or physically, to others and/or property creates another layer of issues. This can result in problems with the law, failed marriages, lost jobs, etc. Recognizing the emotions underling the anger, and feeding into the anger, is an essential piece in mental health recovery. Individual therapy builds insight into our complex emotions, helps us cope with the sources and triggers of these emotions, and rebuilds from the consequences of our past choices.

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Anger Management in Grain Valley MO.

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