CenterLife Counseling

CenterLife Counseling
Anger Management

Location Near Therapist: North St Paul, MN

Anger is a normal human emotion. It becomes a problem when the anger overrides our logical brain and results in unacceptable behaviors. We offer individual counseling to help people better understand their trigger and the effects those triggers have physically on the individual. Self-understanding is only a part of the solution. We will help clients develop skills and techniques to recognize when they are becoming angry and interrupt the momentum before it results in hurtful behaviors.

Diane Hovey, PhD, LMFT, CPT, CSAT

Diane Hovey, PhD, LMFT, CPT, CSAT
Anger Management

Marriage and Family Therapist

Location: 3640 Talmage Circle, Suite 210, Vadnais Heights

Anger is venom that slowly poisons our body, robbing us of reason and compassion. This type of anger takes away our ability to act with integrity. Yet, there still remains a type of healthy anger; it is one that calls us to action against injustice while allowing for compassion and reason. For those whose anger has spiraled out of control, these two types of anger get confused. We need to begin exploring anger’s triggers, any underlying issues or emotional wounds that have been left to fester and allowed to infect the entire body. For some, learning more effective techniques of managing stress can also be important.

John A Bragstad, LMFT, M.Div

John A Bragstad, LMFT, M.Div
Anger Management

Licensed Marriage and Family Counselor

Location: 11550 Stillwater Blvd N, Lake Elmo

Anger is one response to stress. It can let us know that something is wrong. It can prod us to constructive action. But vented anger on others is often a waste. Think about times you have fought or argued or gotten into it. With all that energy and effort, what has really been accomplished? And usually on the other side of anger there is hurt, fear, embarrassment, mistrust, distance from those we love, job disruption. Even our physiology conspires against us because we don’t have the two things we need most: our ability to problem-solve and to be creative. Cognitive-behavioral therapy is well-researched and works with anger. See my website at jbragstad.com.

Meredith Severson, MS, LPC

Meredith Severson, MS, LPC
Anger Management

Licences Professional Counselor

Location: 1032 Grand Ave, Suite 201, Saint Paul

Most often the key to anger management is developing the ability to tune in to internal feelings sooner. Before blowing up. I can help you do this. Another key component to overcoming destructive anger is developing assertiveness rather than becoming withdrawn or aggressive. I can teach you how to be assertive so you can express yourself in a healthy, non-threatening way.

Stefanie Bauer, PsyD, LP

Stefanie Bauer, PsyD, LP
Anger Management

Licensed Psychologist

Location: 1085 ½ Grand Avenue, Saint Paul

I view anger as a defense or coping mechanism and can help you find healthy coping skills to lead a more fulfilling and maybe less shameful or guilt driven life. Some people may turn their anger inwards and hurt themselves and other people may affect others with their anger or both. Either way, this can change if you allow yourself to change and create the life you want to live.

Andrea Scharlatt, MA

Andrea Scharlatt, MA
Anger Management

Psychotherapist

Location: 889 Grand Avenue, St. Paul

Anger is a natural and healthy emotion. Too often, however, the way we have learned to express our anger gets us into trouble. Together we will work to find the foundations of your emotions while working on mind/body techniques that will help slow down the reaction process. You will learn to feel and express your anger in more constructive ways, improving your communication skills and relationships.

Counseling Psychologists of Woodbury, PhD, LP

Counseling Psychologists of Woodbury, PhD, LP
Anger Management

Licensed Psychologist

Location: 7582 Currell Boulevard, Ste. 108, Woodbury

Anger is a natural human emotion. Anger in itself is not bad. It is what we sometimes do with anger that can get in our way or harm those we love. If you struggle with anger so intense that it immobilizes you, or leads you to act in ways that you later regret, there is help! We work with you to learn specific skills to manage the intensity of your anger, to identify ways to remove yourself from situations that feed your anger, to set boundaries to protect you before you explode in anger, and to begin to heal from the triggered life events that have led you to seek our help in the first place.

Jennifer Musty Rives, MA, LMFT

Jennifer Musty Rives, MA, LMFT
Anger Management

Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist

Location: 615 West Lake Street, Suite 315, Minneapolis

Are you having trouble keeping your anger in check? This is a common challenge for a lot of people. Anger is what I call an umbrella emotion, which means that it often covers up other emotions that are harder to share with others. It is really useful to take a look at what might be underneath the anger, such as hurt or fear. Anger is a very useful protection, and it might have served a very valuable function for you in the past. However, it is important to take a look and decide if it is useful to you NOW. If your anger is pushing people away, it might be time to learn a new way to express your feelings.

Cathy Johnston, MA, LMFT

Cathy Johnston, MA, LMFT
Anger Management

Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist

Location: 2840 Humboldt Ave S, Minneapolis

Do you feel like your anger controls you? I'll teach you how to make choices to manage and express your feelings in constructive ways. You'll learn to be aware, accepting, and assertive rather than reactive and misunderstood. Anger is a powerful emotion that needs to be expressed like any other emotion. Anger itself isn't bad - in fact, it's a useful signal that something's wrong and we need to take action. However, the way it's expressed can be either helpful or hurtful - to ourselves and to others. It's a problem when we act it out, ignore it, or keep it bottled up.

Bruce Fischer, PhD, LP, LMFT

Bruce Fischer, PhD, LP, LMFT
Anger Management

Licensed Psychology, Licensed Marriage & Family Therapist

Location: 2840 Humboldt Ave South, Minneapolis

I approach anger management as a basic emotional skill. Like all skills, it can be taught and with practice it can be effectively developed in a short time. Some of the specific techniques I may use in teaching anger management are: identifying early signs of anger, breathing exercises, thought stopping, avoiding triggers, and teaching healthy emotional expression of a full range of feelings. I also use a variety of other techniques from cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) and dialectical behavior therapy (DBT) to help my clients learn to effectively manage anger. Beyond the behavioral approach to managing anger I sometimes find it useful to explore the sources of the anger.


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