Lynda Moss, M.A., CCC, n.d.
Canadian Certified Counsleor
47 Atkins Rd., Conception Bay South, NL
Is your anger out of control? Anger is a normal, healthy emotion, when we have been mistreated or wronged. Anger is not the problem – it is what you do with it that causes problems. Anger becomes a problem when we are out of control, which can result in serious consequences. Psychotherapy and counseling can help you gain insight about your explosive episodes of anger. With a deeper understanding and self-knowledge you will have personal power over your behavior and anger management skills to keep your temper from sabotaging your life. Anger management takes work, but changing sabotaging anger gets easier with commitment and practice. The payoff can be better relationships and confidence.
Lesley Vaters, RCC, MACP
Registered Clinical Counselor
40 Commonwealth Avenue, Mount Pearl, NL
Everyone gets angry. It is a natural emotion that makes up your personality. However there may be times when your anger becomes very difficult to control and it has negative consequences on individuals, families, and work environments. Learning how to consciously and unconsciously express anger is an important part of anger management. With counselling, Lesley aims to help individuals in St. John's identify triggers and replace negative behaviors with positive and manageable behaviors. Learning the difference between aggression and assertiveness is key within anger management.
Kerri Hayley, BA (Psych), MC (Counselling Psych)
Certified Canadian Counsellor
878 Topsail Road, Unit B, Mount Pearl, NL
Anger is a normal and healthy emotion. Many people think that expression of anger or feelings of anger are unhealthy. Often times the way we express anger is unhealthy but through skill building and learning new ways to cope with frustration and anger we can display our anger in a more healthy way and communicate better with loved ones and friends.
Michelle Burke, BA.; MA; M.ed
835 Topsail RD. Suite 201 A, Mount Pearl, NL
Anger is an emotion like sadness and joy. The problem people have is not with the emotion of anger but with the expression of it. If you need help understanding and expressing your anger please contact me. Unresolved anger can grow like a cancer and impact all areas of your life including relationships, family self esteem, self worth, and employment.
Denise Sargeant, RMFT, CCC, n.d.
Registered Marriage and Family Therapist and Certified Canadian Counsellor
148 Marine Drive, Logy Bay, NL
Do you have trouble dealing with the powerful emotion of anger? I can help you better understand and manage your anger. I help you explore triggers for your anger, identify how your body reacts when you are angry so you can slow down and avoid the explosive pattern you are used to. I can also help you identify some of the negative thoughts that contribute to your anger and help you take responsibility for the way your anger affects other people in your life
A Holding Place, M.Ed., (Counselling Psychology)
Canadian Certified Counsellors
111 Pennywell Road, St. John's, NL
The counsellors at A Holding Place have experiencing working with individuals and facilitating groups on anger management. Drawing heavily from a Cognitive Behavioural Therapy approach, we offer our clients counselling support tailored to meet their needs. We work with clients to help them develop anger management skills and learn new, healthy ways to express their emotions.
Heather Hopkins, MEd, CCC
Certified Canadian Counsellor
47 Leslie St, St. John's, NL
Anger is an important emotion. It deserves attention. When it becomes hard to control it can be quite upsetting for individuals and those around them. I work with clients to determine the root of the anger and employ strategies to better manage anger. I strive to help clients understand their anger, the triggers and how to deescalate, leading to better emotional control.