Ken Walton, M.Ed. - B.A.
211 Danforth Ave., Toronto, ON M4K 1N2
Your anger will transform into growth and wisdom. Anger is really difficult to live with, yet in our therapy we will manage, and let go of this state, and experience a rich emotional world filled with happiness and joy. While you may be angry at relationships, or career, our therapy will help you let go of the pain, and experience new light and love. I understand, anger is very difficult to constantly live with. However, we will work together to fully release your anger, and learn to manage your feelings so that you can evolve and grow into new life. A free consultation is offered. Contact me to start your journey of healing and growth. www.kenwalton.org email@example.com 416-659-1617
Dharshini Chanderbhan, BSc., M.A, RP
2 Bloor Street E., Suite 3500, Toronto, ON M4W 1A8
Chanderbhan Counselling Services provides Personal, Court Approved, and Corporate Anger Management programs. Whether you are seeking anger management for personal growth, employment purposes or for court-related matters, we structure your anger management sessions according to your unique story, which includes both psycho-educational material as well as individual counselling. Each one hour session is one-one-one with one of our Masters level therapists. Once the sessions are complete, a Letter of Completion will be provided for court or work mandated purposes.
Patricia Thompson, MA
344 Bloor St. West Suite 610, Toronto, ON M5S 3A7
Anger Management helps you address the issues of anger resolution difficulties, and teaches skills to improve communication and assertiveness techniques. You will acquire tools to use to control your anger and manage your response to situations. In addition, you will gain the knowledge of triggers to your anger and understand why you get angry and find constructive ways to express your feelings
Candice Bovell, Ph.D., C.Psych.
Registered Clinical Psychologist
KMA Therapy, 120 Eglinton Avenue East, Suite 304, Toronto, ON M4P 1E2
Anger is a natural emotional response when someone harms you on purpose. It is fine to feel angry, but expressing your anger in inappropriate ways can get you into big trouble! Trouble arises when you believe people harmed on purpose when they did not. If you have unreasonable and rigid standards for people's behavior then you will become angry when they don't live up to your standards. Therapy can help you to stop and think about why people act as they do, and whether your standards are reasonable. A balanced, open, and reasonable view of behavior will help reduce angry thoughts, feelings, and behaviors.
Robin Long, C.A., M.Ed.
Masters in Counselling Psychology
1504 Yonge St. 3rd floor, Toronto, ON M4T 1Z6
Repressed feelings have this annoying habit of not staying repressed. Our underlying emotions often surface at inappropriate times and/or in disguise. The inability to be "in charge" of our anger is often simply difficulty in dealing with these underlying emotions that have been left unaddressed. Anger management is not simply about self-control. What we want to do is alter our internal experiences so that we do not experience the feelings of angst and frustration in the first place. To do so, we need to stop judging our behaviour and ourselves. We need to start acknowledging the reality of situations and focus on dealing with these circumstances in a more constructive manner.
Tammy Laber, MA, MACP, OACCPP, RP
Coach and Counsellor, Registered Psychotherapist
Pape and Danforth, Toronto, ON M4J 1C3
Sometimes you're so mad you just want to explode! Is that how you feel? Do you have trouble controlling yourself once you start to feel angry? Would you like to learn better ways to get what you want out of life? Learn how to recognize the signs that you are losing it and to interrupt the pattern BEFORE you explode, and you can save your relationships, your job... and your self respect!
Sarah Chana Radcliffe, M.Ed., C.Psych
3130 Bathurst St. Suite 211, Toronto, ON M6A 2A1
Although it's great to be able to manage your anger, it is even better to be so stress-resistant that you hardly ever feel anger in the first place. I will show you an array of powerful anger and stress reducing strategies that you will be able to use for the rest of your life. You will not only ACT calm, but you will actually BE calm in the face of other people's provocations. Whether it's marriage, parenting, work or other situations that typically make you lose your tranquility, your new techniques will restore and maintain your balance. You'll be physically and emotionally healthier than ever before. You (and everyone else) will love the "new you!"
Julia Balaisis, Ph. D
168 Annette Street, Toronto, ON
Anger may just be the tip of the ice-berg to what we are experiencing. There may be massive hidden hurt, loss and grief. While there are practical strategies for dealing with anger, which I introduce and apply, there is much that anger has to teach us and help us in our daily functioning if we effectively access its energy. I help clients learn how to channel this powerful energy for their best interests and use.
Robert T. Muller, Ph.D., C.Psych.
114 Maitland Street, Toronto, ON M4Y 1E1
People come for psychotherapy to my downtown Toronto practice in order to help them manage feelings of extreme anger and other painful emotions, as well as difficulties being able to be assertive without become excessively aggressive. Sometimes these psychological challenges are recent developments, but sometimes they represent lifelong struggles coping with difficult feelings.
Sandra Lewis, MA
126 Seaton Street, Toronto, ON M5A 2T3
Anger can be a powerfully destructive emotion, not only in terms of your relationships with others, but with regard to your health. I use EFT and Cognitive Therapy to help people manage and reframe their anger. This can work quite quickly, no matter how long you have felt angry at the world, and regardless of the provocation. Even if your anger is perfectly justified, it usually doesn't do you any good to feel it. You are the one who gets hurt, rarely the person you're angry with. So let's do something about it!