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Henry Goldstein, Psy.D.
Location: 422 Highland Avenue, Suite 9, Cheshire
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Anger is both a natural and necessary emotion. It is a vital part of our preservation instinct. But when your anger causes troubles--say at work, in relationships, to your health-- it becomes critical that you develop new ways to address anger: methods that help decrease how frequently or intensely you get angry, and that lead to more effective responses to anger. Dr. Goldstein addresses anger from a realistic, practical perspective that can help you enjoy a healthier, more constructive approach to your life in the face of anger.
Ray Odiorne, D.Min
Licensed Professional Counselor
Location: 2030 E. Main St, Waterbury
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Learn how to be angry in a positive way. Identify anger trigger points, develop new ways to express anger, and find constructive ways to deal with the anger of others. During these sessions, people are given the opportunity to try new ways to deal with anger without having to either repress it or letting it take over. People mandated for anger management by court order also welcome.
Laura Wallace, LMFT
Individual, Couple, and Family Therapist
Location: 495 Orange Street, New Haven
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Anger is a scary emotion, especially for the person experiencing it. Healthy anger is meant to protect us, but so often all anger is labeled as "bad" or "dangerous." I help clients understand their anger and the hurt, fear, or sadness that lies beneath. As the angry part gains a voice, clients experience a self-awareness and freedom from pain that leads to purposeful growth and change.
Andrew Campbell, LPC, NCC
Clinical Mental Health Counselor
Location: 62 Trumbull St., New Haven
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Somewhere along the line, in my training, I learned that anger and sadness can be seen as two sides of the same coin. And both can result from unmet needs or repeated injustices over time that have not been addressed or expressed. So it is my goal when working with individuals experiencing unhelpful levels of hostility, irritability, or anger, to explore these areas and to work towards resolution.
Haley Neidich, LCSW
Location: 7 Elm Street, New Haven
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I have extensive experience working with both children (as young as 4 years old) and adults who struggle with managing symptoms of anger. Anger is not a "bad" emotion, but the behaviors that sometimes occur when someone is angry and be problematic and make you feel out of control. Learning basic coping skills and mindfulness practices are a vital part of the anger management work I do with my patients.
Christopher Carlin, MSW, LCSW
Licensed Clinical Social Worker
Location: 415 Killingworth Road, Higganum
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Anger is said to be a secondary emotion and yet it is so prevalent in many of our lives. People struggling with Anger and the havoc that it causes in ones life can be destructive to an individual or family system. Individuals will look at the differences between rational and irrational thought. Identify for themselves what happens to their body that sends the message they are angry before doing something they regret. They will learn different coping strategies to manage the intensity of their emotions so that anger no longer rules their life.
Florence Sarigianis, LMFT
Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist
Location: 35 Old Tavern Road, Suite103, Orange
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Anger is a natural emotion everyone experiences. Anger can even have purpose: to bring us to action during injustice or even to protect others from harm. If however, anger escalates and hurts others emotionally or physically therapy is needed. I have heard clients say, "it's in my genes", or "so and so makes me so mad...". Perhaps, but truth is, there is never a good reason to let anger take control our lives. Relationships suffer, and often we hurt the people we love. My approach to therapy is to help you find balance. We will look at what your triggers , where, when anger is most present, how it affects you physically. Together, we find the tools you need to find a healthier way.
Matthew Bastiaanse, LMFT
Licensed Marriage and Family therapist
Location: 29 Windham Rd., Bristol
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I work with the client in regards to current anger, past history of anger, and family history of anger. I work with the client to identify current stress, and to especially identify emotions including sadness, fear, confusion, and to identify coping skills to either work with family members, a boss, or co-workers. I feel that improving communication skills, problem solving skills, and developing a strong support network are vital to better understand and work regarding anger in a healthy, non-threatening way.
Sherry Osadchey, MA, LMFT, SEP
Psychotherapist; Somatic Experiencing Practitioner
Location: 780 Farmington Avenue, Farmington
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Anger is an important emotion that does have a purpose. When it becomes our unconscious strategy for coping in ways and situations that are inappropriately handled with anger or rage it can create havoc in our lives. Learning what triggers the inappropriate anger and building the resources for handling situations and feelings in constructive ways protects what is important to us. Our jobs and our relationships with family and friends can feel more safe and enjoyable and satisfying.
Marcel Slowly, LMFT
Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist
Location: 550 New Haven Avenue, Milford
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Anger is one of the tools the body uses to defend itself when it feels threatened. The aim of therapy is to help each client explore the biological origins of anger. This is achieved by exploring with each client his or her emotional trigger and developing appropriate coping skills to express their anger in a nonviolent or self-harming manner. Controlling the expression of anger is made easier by having a full understanding of its source and purpose. With that understanding, clients can express themselves in a way that is beneficial to them and can be understood by others.
Anger Management Wallingford CT.
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