Terri-Lynn Langdon, MSW, RSW
Master of Social Work Counsellor/Therapist
Eight Branches Healing Arts Centre, 358 Dupont Street, Toronto, ON M5R-1V9
Anger is a natural emotion. It is what we choose to do with anger that can be problematic. I can help you recognize your models for expressions of anger and also help you see your triggers for anger. You are responsible for how you handle your angry feelings. Lets talk about how to make a plan so that anger and fustration don't interfere with your life and relationships so much.
Allan Findlay, MSW, RSW
Registered Clinical Social Worker
110 Eglinton Ave W. Suite 303E, Toronto, ON M4R 1A3
Almost all couples quarrel from time to time. Sometimes one or both have anger that is out of control. Respectful quarrelling is a normal part of all relationships. It helps us understand different viewpoints and negotiate a compromise. Knowing how to resolve differences calmly without hurting your partner’s feelings, is a critical skill for a satisfying long lasting relationship. I will help you take the first step to learning how to how to de-escalate disrespectful conflict. Each of you will learn about what your partners cue is that triggers you and calm yourself and know how not to trigger your partner. Learning to stop your negative pattern you will become partners and stay connected.
Marilyn Miller, Ph.D., C.Psych
141 Davisville Ave Suite 1101, Toronto, ON
Sometimes we arrive in adulthood without the skills of anger management. We simply repeat the patterns we learned from our families growing up. Anger management is a set of skills we all need to learn if we are going to succeed in our relationships and in the work place. Most of us have learned successful ways of interacting with others when the situation is positive or we are in a comfortable mental state. Where we have problems is when we are upset and angry. Uncontrolled anger can ruin relationships, lead to job loss, and when extreme problems with the law.
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.
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.
Victoria Lorient-Faibish, RP, MEd, CCC, BCPP, RPE
Registered Psychotherapist, Holistic Psychotherapist, Canadian Certified Counsellor
14 Prince Arthur Avenue Suite 209, Toronto, ON M5R 1A9
Anger is usually a state of being that is a cover all for hurt , trauma and pain from a difficult and unresolved childhood. I work a holistic approach to anger management. Traditional talk therapy: Giving space for the client to explore and express feelings, own awareness’s, transform thoughts, grieve, vent, and neutralize guilt, anger and fear. New understandings and thus new neural pathways begin to form. Also Somatic focusing: A profound process of accessing the deep subconscious through breathe work and dialoguing with the body, the mind and spirit. And Life Coaching, meditation, visualization, Emotional Freedom Technique, New Decision Therapy, Polarity Therapy, Craniosacral, Reiki
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.
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
Kevin Fleming Ph.D.
Toronto, ON M5J 2T3
Grey Matters International and the work of Kevin J. Fleming, Ph.D approaches issues of anger management in a very humane yet fresh perspective. You see, anger is a normal emotion but it is the valence (intensity) as well as the coupling choice of what one does with this that is the problem. Telling someone to "not" do it or modifying behavior with a trite psychological plan that only breeds a compliant response is not the way to change anger. Brainwave optimization is a new cutting edge technology that allows one to rewire circuitry responsible for reactivity driving the anger. Contact Grey Matters International, Inc now at firstname.lastname@example.org or 877-606-6161.
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.