Fay Boyer, MA, PCC
Professional Clinical Counselor
21380 Lorain Road, Suite 105, Fairview Park, OH
Destructive anger can take many forms. Anger can be expressed in uncontrollable rage, snapping at someone, being unkindly critical, and a cold, icy withdrawal that punishes the other person by shutting them out. All of these reactions and many more can be destructive to the relationship and to our own feelings of self-esteem, guilt, and shame. I can teach you constructive alternatives to anger so you can replace destructive anger with healthier behaviors.
Philip R Copeland, BCD
5321 Meadow Lane Ct., Elyria, OH
Helping people with anger issues is important . Anger may cause persons many problems int their lives. Anger issues might end amarriage, ruin afriendship or worse, cause someone to lose their job. In working with anger issues, I first point out that anger is anormal emotion and that the way you express it is the main issue. I proceed to helpthem in expressing anger appropriately. Also, I work with helping them find triggers to their anger and how to dealwith these triggers. . Client are given assignments to work on regarding expressing and dealing with their anger between sessions and, we then review these when they return for asubsequent session. I use what is called Cognitive Beh
Amy Gould, LPCC-S, NCC
Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor
There are many behavioral approaches to anger management that can be useful, but I think the best approaches help you face the dark dimensions of your own soul, and then be able to master these feeling energies, integrating good and evil, lightness and dark, as not to contribute to the ongoing violence and harm in the world. When you are able to work through anger as a spiritual and developmental concern, you can evolve and become someone who can challenge effectively that which may truly need to be challenged, and also finding emotional release without causing harm.