Nicole Kimmel, Ph.D., D. PSc
Lifestyle Health Coach, Personal Development Coach, Brain-Based Coaching
1944 E Sunshine Suite C, Springfield, MO
Cognitive Behavior Therapy (CBT) can significantly reduce anger by identifying "triggers" & teaching skills to re-frame the situation to facilitate healthy responses. Many times anger is a reaction to a situation that may have nothing to do with the current situation, but something much deeper; even subconscious. We can't change what we aren't conscious of....so, CBT focuses on identifying & changing the behaviors & thoughts that trigger the anger. I have a specialization in CBT & I created a program that emphasizes CBT by helping you change limiting beliefs into limit-less beliefs. I'd love to tell you all about it!
Gabriel Cline, Ph.D.
4350 S. National Ave. Suite B-116, Springfield, MO
Anger management is commonly related to learning how to properly identify one's feelings and needs and learning new strategies to express themselves and getting their needs met. Employing both Cognitive Behavioral Therapy and Schema Therapy, we are able to quickly identify underlying issues causing your anger and develop solutions and strategies to improve how you relate the world around you.
Lakeland Behavioral Health System
Lakeland Behavioral Health
440 S. Market, Springfield, MO
There are multiple factors that can cause anger management and aggression. There are genetic factors, possibly brain-behavior connections that can be damaged, modeling after behavior in the home, or simply other disorders that can lead to aggression such as bipolar or conduct disorder. Lakeland offers a well balanced method to treating anger management and aggression including medication therapy and behavior therapy.