Andrew Johnston, MDiv, MA, LPCI
710 Pettigru St, Greenville, SC
While anger is a natural response to certain situations, it can also become overwhelming. As with all emotions, it arises for a reason. In our response to persistent anger, we will explore short-term techniques for self-calming and composure, as well as look for the source of this emotion. Long-term relief often requires looking below the surface, where we can find out together what the deeper causes might be.
Stephen Ellis, Ph.D
Licensed Christian Counselor
109 Leader Dr., Piedmont, SC
Anger issues, like most issues we have to deal with, are rooted in our past experiences. Anger is a secondary emotion that comes from a primary cause. Many people who have problems with anger have not recognized the source of their anger. If we can locate where anger comes from, we have an opportunity to deal with it constructively. The client will benefit from finding the source of his anger and learn how to manage the anger response by applying Biblical principles to the anger.