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Naomi Bennett, M.S.W. RSW
Location of Therapist: Elmvale, ON
You may or may not know why you are angry, but probably if you are looking for anger management, you want to learn a way to prevent your anger from ruining your relationships and your career. I will work with you on strategies for coping with anger without alienating everyone around you. In some cases, we will work to discover what is at the root of your anger. In other case, that is less important and our main focus will be on how you can stop yourself from making life miserable for yourself and everyone around you. Depending on your circumstances, we may work individually or within a couple, family or group.
Family Kinnections, PhD, MA
Location: 35 4th Street East, Collingwood
At Family Kinnections, we utilize a variety of approaches for addressing anger in children and teens. We often utilize Cognitive Behavioural Therapy or Dialectical Behaviour Therapy which is delivered in a method that is appropriate for your child. Often this includes raising your child's awareness of anger triggers, physical reactions, and anger behaviours. We then focus on providing your child with effective calming and self-regulation techniques to ensure they are able to manage their emotions. We also ensure parents have effective tools for managing the behaviour that often accompanies child or teen anger issues.
Cathy Cartwright, BA., MSW., RSW., AccFM
Registered Social Worker, Psychotherapist, Family Mediator
Location: 391 First St., Suite 201, Unit 2, Collingwood
It is hard to talk about. Sometimes people identify you as having anger management problems, which you may have not identified for yourself.
Learning to observe and listen to your own bodily sensations and reactions, can teach you a lot. If your body has been screaming at you, and you have not been listening, or if others say you are angry, and you know it is really the rest of the world with a problem, perhaps we could talk about some of the patterns in your life that have been problematic. Through listening for understanding, identification of problems, and not engaging in shame and blame strategies, help can be forthcoming. It may be easier than you fear, and more relieving than you hoped.
Rebecca Brownell, M.T.S, RMFT
Registered Marriage and Family Therapist
Location: 333 Mary Street, Orillia
Anger is always a challenging emotion to manage. Anger management counselling can help you understand this emotion better and helps you to embrace it as a healthy emotion. There are ways to manage anger and give it positive direction so that it does not manage you. Most people do not learn these skills growing up and as a result, have difficulty knowing how to navigate this emotion as an adult.
Joseph Johnson, M.A. (Clinical Psychology)
Location: 11 Ferris Lane, Suite 303, Barrie
With anger management counseling, you can learn healthy ways to deal with anger. Utilizing cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT) techniques, I will teach you how to express your anger in an assertive and controlled manner. CBT is a psychological approach that works by helping you to recognize negative or inappropriate thoughts and behavior patterns, and then putting learned techniques to work to control and change them. Managing your anger effectively can benefit you and those around you - your physical health may improve, you’ll feel better about yourself, and strained relationships will heal when you control your temper.
Anita Pal, M.Sc., RMFT
Registered Marriage and Family Therapist
Location: 17 Ross Street,, Barrie
As a relationship based therapist, I view and treat anger within the context of the relationships it is occuring in and also within the context of what relationship the person wants to have with anger itself. Below are questions we explore together to help understand the meaning of anger in your life. "How has anger been helpful to you?" "How has anger been hurtful or unhelpful to you?" "What relationship do you ideally want to have with anger? What would let you know that you have a healthier relationship with anger and are using anger appropriately? Clients report that they feel less angry and better able to cope with life as a result of our work together.
Margaret Mikkelborg, M.A. Psychology
Clinical Member, Ont. Society of Psychotherapists
Location: 13 Forrester Rd., Shanty Bay, Barrie
Very often when we feel that parts of ourselves, or certain feelings that we have are unacceptable, we suppress them, or push them down. We try to conform to fit a mold that others have determined as acceptable. Ultimately this doesn't work, even if we try hard to be 'pleasers'. The repressed or unseen parts of ourselves feel hurt, unseen, under-valued etc. Eventually, that which is pushed down starts to build up a resentment. We may simmer for a long time, but then unfortunately, it erupts. Sometimes this pattern of repression, simmering and then eruption becomes a pattern - the only way we find a way to 'release the team'. This can be hurtful to loved ones, and ultimately to ourselves.
Christina Orfanakos, MSW, RSW
Christina Orfanakos, Therapist and Wellness Coach
Location: 11 Collier St. Suite 302, Barrie
Are your relationships suffering as a result of anger outburts? Do you want to learn to control your anger instead of letting it control you? If you're looking to manage your anger and uncover better ways of thinking and feeling to improve your life and your relationships, then contact me for a free 15min phone consultation or to book your initial appointment. Christina@mindovermatters.ca or 905-715-5863
For more infomation you can also go to my website. www.mindovermatters.ca
Jerry Andrechek, MSW. RSW
Registered Social Worker
Location: 49 High Street Suite 201(4), Barrie
In helping clients address anger management issues, the focus is on decreasing the overall intensity and frequency of angry feelings, and increasing the ability to recognize and appropriately express angry feelings as they occur. Underlying causes that trigger anger are explored and resolution of past issues addressed.Clarifying origin of and alternatives to anger are encouraged, with the goal of developing better self control,ongoing mood management and overall serenity. Role play and practicing assertiveness and effective communication skills are samples of interventions used.
Byron MacIntyre, M.Sc. RCC
Registered Clinical Counsellor
Location: 125 Anne Street South Suite 108, Barrie
My work with respect to anger management is draws on cognitive behavioural therapy and is trauma-informed and emphases the development of effective communication skills. Anger is energy, aggression is energy used to defeat or harm another and is antithetical to intimacy and trust in relationship. The energy of anger does not need to become aggression, together we can explore how the techniques of cognitive behavioural therapy and mindfulness can help you manage your energy effectively and harness it to build better relationships, achieve goals and thrive.
Anger Management Midland ON.
If you are dealing with uncontrolled anger, treatment and help through anger counselling Midland ON will give you new resources and strength to overcome. Anger management Midland, ON and anger support groups are available through professional Ontario therapy from a trained counselor. There is no longer a need to be controlled by anger, frustration, or a short temper when a Midland ON anger therapist is available to help. Find the most qualified and experienced Midland ON anger counselling and Midland, ON anger management by contacting one of our specialized anger support therapists today.
Welcome to our network of anger management therapists and counselors in Midland, ON. Anger treatment, support groups, and counselling for anger is available to help you heal and resolve the issues that are hurting you. Our Ontario professionals are licensed therapists and psychologists with experience and training specifically in anger management. Midland ON anger specialists are ready to assist you. Select any of the qualified anger management therapists in Midland ON below to find help.