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Mark D. Parisi, Psy.D. and Associates, P.C.
Licensed Clinical Psychologist / Company President
Location: , Park Ridge
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Mark D. Parisi, Psy.D.& Associates, P.C. offers anger management counseling and education. Our approach to treating anger is to help our clients understand this complex human emotion and to identify the unique triggers that set off their anger. We help to develop coping skills and work on techniques to diffuse anger before it leads to blow outs. Our approach combines education, counseling, and, where appropriate, medication management - all available on-site within our clinic.
Sharon Depowski, LCSW, CADC
Licensed Clinical Social Worker, Alcohol/Drug Counselor
Location: 311 E. Dickens Avenue, Northlake
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Anger management is an important skill to master in our ever changing world, which brings increasing amounts of stress into our lives. I would utilize two tools: discussing an individual's background to discover possible causes for the behavior, and teaching positive approaches toward stressors. I have assisted both individuals and couples with anger management issues.
Daniel Kill, LCSW
Licensed Clinical Social Worker
Location: 1101 Lake St, #405H, Oak Park
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Anger is a healthy emotion but when it gets out of control it can become very destructive to self and others. In a curriculum based program participants will gain an understanding of the role that anger has in your life and the triggers for these feelings. Sometimes anger is involved with other environmental, emotional and psychological distress in your life. These areas also will be discussed, assessed and resolved in a compassionate and collaborative manner so you can achieve emotional health, wellness and happiness.
Kristen Jacobsen, MA, LCPC
Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor / Therapist
Location: 1010 Lake Street, Suite 501A, Oak Park
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Most people who have difficulty managing their anger have unintentionally allowed it to build up over years and years. If this pain is not alleviated, it builds and builds until it is expressed in a verbally or physically violent outburst. Just as a volcano fills with hot lava and erupts unexpectedly, a person's anger is released in a similar phenomenon. I can help you process these emotions and channel them in a more productive manner so that you can live a healthier, happier life.
Charles Hughes, MA, LCPC, DCC
Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor, Tele-Counselor
Location: 1025 North Blvd. Ste 204, Oak Park
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Many words express some aspect of anger: frustration, aggravation, irritation, rage. You may not be able to decide sometimes what part of your anger is good and what is not. You do know if you are angry more than you want to be. You know if other people run the other way when you are angry. You know if anger is a helpful part of your life or a wedge you drive between you and others. The bottom line is what are you going to do about it? I'm not a big fan of anger management. People manage their anger in all kinds of unhelpful ways. What I want to help you do is understand when your anger is a friend to you and when it is destroying you. If that sounds like what you need, give me a call.
Gersten Center for Behavioral Health,
Location: 9933 Lawler Ave, Suite 331, Skokie
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Anger like any other emotion, is a natural reaction to frustration in life; however, anger can become a problem when it is uncontrollable, overwhelming, destructive and or causing harm to yourself and others.
However, anger can be controlled through anger management therapy. Treatment can reduce both the initial feelings within an individual, as well as the aggressive reactions that often surface within the one’s self-expression.
Terri Hager, LCSW
Clinical Social Worker
Location: , Oak Park
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When a person has been very hurt, disappointed, or mistreated in the past, or if the person is highly competitive, it is possible to start to use anger as a form of self-protection and to feel better. Using anger often or to an extreme extent, however, can cause problems in one's life. Fortunately, it is possible to learn to deal successfully with the difficulties in life without using harmful anger. It is very liberating to learn how to stand up for oneself calmly, while not allowing oneself to be used or abused. Sometimes a person even starts to be peaceful inside, which feels absolutely wonderful!
Jens Hussey, LCPC, CADC
Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor & Certified Alcohol and Drug Counselor
Location: , Evanston
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As a society we tell people they shouldn't be angry. But anger is a hard-wired emotion that's part of our physical and emotional make-up. What we do with that anger however is another thing altogether. Many people with anger management issues, or people who feel overwhelmed or engulf by their anger, come to therapy feeling lost as to how to handle what they are experiencing and regret the aftermath of their "anger management." I will help you understand the deeper meanings and anchors to your anger so that instead of fearing it, mis-using it, or snuffing it out with addiction, you will be able to process and understand it in a healthy manner.
Donna Marie Desai, LCPC
Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor
Location: 628 Norfolk Avenue, Westchester
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Anger provides information about what we think/feel is being threatened, and it provides the energy to act on that information. Since we are wired to become angry WHEN appropriate, only the misuse of anger is a problem. However, anger often hijacks our thinking which then compounds the orginal problem. When helping clients develop improved anger management skills, I help them understand the elements of our emotional-physical anger response and learn to diffuse them and effectively use the information and energy that anger provides.
Mary Lynn Meyers, LCSW
Licensed Clinical Social Worker
Location: 1167 Wilmette Avenue Suite 207, Wilmette
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Learning how to manage and reduce reactivity caused by anger is one of the most important and useful tools we can learn. I integrate mindfulness practice into my anger management therapy to assist clients to begin to interrupt the automatic reactions and explosions that get them into trouble. It is also very useful to explore what is under the anger, as anger is typically an automatic reaction that clouds over a mixture of many other powerful, yet hidden emotions (sadness, loss, grief, guilt, etc.).
Anger Management Norridge IL.
If you are dealing with uncontrolled anger, treatment and help through anger counseling Norridge IL will give you new resources and strength to overcome. Anger management Norridge, IL and anger support groups are available through professional Illinois therapy from a trained counselor. There is no longer a need to be controlled by anger, frustration, or a short temper when a Norridge IL anger therapist is available to help. Find the most qualified and experienced Norridge IL anger counseling and Norridge, IL anger management by contacting one of our specialized anger support therapists today.
Welcome to our network of anger management therapists and counselors in Norridge, IL. Anger treatment, support groups, and counseling for anger is available to help you heal and resolve the issues that are hurting you. Our Illinois professionals are licensed therapists and psychologists with experience and training specifically in anger management. Norridge IL anger specialists are ready to assist you. Select any of the qualified anger management therapists in Norridge IL below to find help.