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Gerti Schoen, MA, LP
Licensed Psychoanalyst, Certified Couple Counselor
Location: 75 Maple Avenue, Suite 201, Glen Rock
Underneath anger are often feelings of fear, helplessness or not being seen and heard. Anger itself is just a reaction to feeling treated unfairly. What is needed is to get to the hurt and need underneath the frustration. I will help you articulate what is really behind the anger issues and help you cope with it so you can have better and more harmonious relationships.
Mitchell Milch, LCSW
Location of Therapist: Ridgewood, NJ
Anger management requires the ability to contain, own, reflect and evaluate anger as information and energy to inform decision making on how to best promote our self interest and keep us safe doing so. Many of us due to traumatic events early in our lives cannot extricate the experience of anger from grave fears of judgment, punishment or in severe cases, annihilation. Fight, flight and freeze are often unproductive, dangerous, and automatic reactions to the re-living of these traumatic events. The brain trips false alarms that must be rewired for patients to cease to be afraid of their anger. I use supportive therapy, mindfulness techniques and insight therapy to effect changes.
Sherry Katz, LCSW
Couples and Marriage Counseling, Individual Psychotherapy
Location: 4 Wilsey Square Suite 2, Ridgewood
Anger usually is the expression of deep or masked pain. Often the pain is from repeated emotional injury, such as being humiliated, misunderstood, mocked, not recognized or sufficiently nurtured as a child, that this pain is not noticed as such.
Instead, the longtime patterns of pretending to be happy while really feeling hurt, become routine.
The question is not, how to manage anger. The better question is, why are you angry?
This is what we will discover so that whatever is causing your anger, you will be able to release yourself from
Marty Tashman, Ph.D.(psychology), ACSW, M.S.W., M.S.
Location: 622 -624 Valley Road, Uppper Montclair
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/
Elizabeth MacGregor, Ed.D, LPC
Psychoanalyst, Licensed Professional Counselor
Location: 10 Stoneybrook Rd., Montville
Do you find yourself explosive and full of rage at times? Are you always fighting and shouting at your partner? Do you feel bad about how you relate to others? Do you "fly off the handle" or appear "out of control" at the slightest provocation? Do you find yourself apologizing all the time for your outbursts? Let us help yo to develop techniques to express your anger constructively.
Susan Galperin, LCSW LCADC SAP
Location: 725 River Road Suite 102A, Edgewater
Sometimes we forget that anger is one of many emotions. Emotions are neither good nor bad. It's normal to feel anger when you've been mistreated. We feel anger when we feel insecure , vulnerable and other different feelings that trigger our anger.
We feel anger when we aren't in control. The problem is not the emotion, but the expression. Most of us don't like how anger make us feel. It usually makes us feel out of control and can make us do things we might tend to regret.
Together we can explore where your anger stems from, learn different strategies to express it in a way that will benefit you in your relationships and achieve your goals to lead a healthier and happier life.
Edward Pino, M.S. NCC, LMHC
Licensed Mental Health Counselor
Location Near Therapist: Haledon, NJ
Ed has been practicing psychotherapy for over 30 years. Ed relates well to people and specialize in Co-dependency, 12 Steps, Stress Management, and relaxation. Ed has worked with depression, anxiety and addiction and consider 's himself to use counseling techniques that work.
Ed is a Licensed Mental Health Counselor, a National Certified Counselor Certified Cognitive Behavioral Counselor, and a member of the American Counselor Association
Ed has worked in both Private and Group Practices. Ed employs the use of cognitive and behavioral therapy techniques that work well and specializes his sessions for each client
Ed has developed a unique approach to meeting client needs. This approac....
Howard Rossen, LCSW
Licensed Clinical Social Worker
Location Near Therapist: Haledon, NJ
Why is it that some people can be rational when faced with adversity and others become completely unglued? Often the anger is justified but when we become irrational and violent we have lost control of our power...not enhanced it. For some people learning how to process anger into rational thought and reasonable action is a difficult prospect. Our job is to learn about our triggers and find healthier ways to respond to adversity. I always remind my patients that we are allowed all of our thoughts no matter how out of control they may sound. What can't be allowed is acting on those thoughts in inappropriate and unhealthy ways. We must somehow find the Pause button.
Phyllis Gildston, PhD, LMFT, LMHC, LSLP
Marriage & Family Therapist; Mental Health Counselor; SLP
Location Near Therapist: Haledon, NJ
We all come into this world with different personalities. Some of us are more laid back and calm. Others are more excitable, stirred up more easily. Anger is an emotion that has its rightful place at times—unless you’re a Zen master or Tibetan monk. But excessive anger is a liability for most people. If it is coupled by significant physical damage to others, you can be sure it’s even more than a liability—it’s technically a crime. Sometimes the excess is verbal rather than physical. Unfortunately, the cliché that claims “words can never harm me” is simply not true for most of us. I am a fellow of the National Anger Management Association and have worked with anger issues for over 25 years.....
Alicia Munoz, LPC, Spanish-Speaking
Licensed Professional Counselor
Location: 101 Park Avenue Suite 3, Hoboken
Part of learning to be in relationship with other people involves managing our anger effectively. Life fire, it can be a positive or negative force, depending on how it is handled. I work with you to understand the differences between passive, assertive, and aggressive anger expression. Through identifying feeling and triggers and exploring family of origin dynamics that influenced how you learned to express your needs, you will begin to learn how to communicate in ways that safeguard rather than sabotage your relationships.
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