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John Michael Quinn, LCPC, CADC, NCC
Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor
Location: 2200 South Main Street Suite 303, Lombard
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Clients can benefit from anger management counseling by understanding stress and the negative effects it brings. Learning to control anger leads to better decision making. In my sessions, I help people undertand the difference between being assertive vs. aversive. This benefits clients by learning better communication in addition to less conflict in their lives.
Leyden Dupage Counseling Service, LCSW
Licensed Clinical Social Worker
Location: 1717 Naper Blvd., Suite 200, Naperville
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Do you find yourself getting angry too often?
Do you find your self escalating from one subject to the other and you feel you cannot stop?
Are you overly defensive, calling names, or bringing up past history ?
Have you been involved in physical expression of anger that has hurt someone or something.
You will meet individually or as a couple or family to:
Learn to resolve conflicts and differences with important people in your life .
Learn more effective ways of expressing anger .
Be able to express hurt and disappointment in a way that leads to more understanding.
We will work with you, the court, or your attorney if you are in need of anger management classes, or a ther....
Lauren Cockrell, MSW,LSW
Lauren Cockrell Clinical Therapist
Location: 500 East Ogden Avenue #207, Naperville
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Experienced in court mandated anger management therapy, I view anger as an emotion that can be managed through coping skills, patience, and practice. I view anger as a healthy emotion that often alters us to harm within and outside of ourselves that can be expressed positively or negatively. I work to assist client's in developing impulse control, while presenting alternative ways of coping and expressing anger.
Karen Bailey, LCSW
Location: 1220 Iroquois Avenue, Naperville
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The purpose of anger is to empower us - to move us forward into action. It is often anger that tells us things aren't working well for us and something needs to change. However, we can become stuck in anger which can end up becoming hurtful to us and to others. I can help you to better understand your anger and the emotions and feelings of loss or disappointment that may be fueling it, to help you find more effective ways of finding the life you are seeking. I also am a certified Rapid Resolution Therapy (RRT) practitioner and find this a helpful technique for addressing anger.
Jane Houghtaling Walker, PhD, HSPP
Licensed Clinical Psychologist
Location: 616 W 5th Ave, Ste B, Naperville
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I agree with Les Carter (author of "The Anger Trap"): "Anger is a response to a perceived threat to ones' self preservation." Essentially, anxiety is what triggers anger.
I do not believe anger should simply be "managed." Instead, anger offers us valuable information about our needs. When it is properly channeled, it can be harnessed into a driving force for positive change.
Matthew Glowiak, MS, NCC, LPC
Licensed Professional Counselor
Location: 616 West 5th Avenue, Suite B*, Naperville
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Though it is within a healthy range of emotions for a person to become angry, some individuals struggle to control anger--reacting in extreme ways that may result in devastating consequences. Psychological disorders may exaggerate and intensify anger and result in illogical thoughts and impulsive, dangerous behaviors. Consequently, clients may find themselves struggling with relationships, employment, physical health, property damage, and the law. Counseling guides clients toward recognizing warning signs as they arise and holding back impulses to respond in a more socially appropriate manner.
Joan Guest, MSW, LCSW
Licensed Clinical Social Worker
Location: 1819 Bay Scott Center, Naperville
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Anger is a complex behavior. There is usually at least one trigger that sets it off--and sets you off. But there are also many factors that contribute to it, such as being raised in a home where emotions were not recognized or accepted (you were taught to "stuff it"), being a person who focuses on people and tasks outside yourself (being "type A"), and having a physiological tendency towards fight rather than flight. All these issues are open to change in a counseling environment.
Sharon Glass, PhD, LCSW
licensed clinical social work
Location: 475 River Bend, Naperville
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Sometimes we feel angry because it seems less painful than shame, grief or sorrow. Sometimes it's an old habit and gives us a sense of power or control. Sometimes it's reactive and destructive even though it mayseem justified. My therapy can help you determine when, how and if it is constructive to express that anger.
You can learn skills to become a stronger person, rather than allowing your anger or rage to diminish you or your concerns. We will look at various situations and responses as you learn new skills and ways
to communicate and help you get what you want without being hurtful
Sheldon Isenberg, LCSW, BCD
Licensed Clinical Social Worker, Board Certified Diplomate
Location: 43 E. Jefferson Ave., Naperville
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I've seen many clients over the years with anger management issues. Men require a therapist's sensitivity to the issues they use anger to deal with. Learning the practical skills to deal with anger and understanding the issues of entitlement, humiliation, control, and fear that often provoke rage or it's opposite, suppressing, internalizing it, is my goal in working with clients through individual and couple's counseling.
I see many couples where their anger with each other contaminates possibilities of working on common issues so I work with couples to disentangle their disruptive, sometimes abusive communications through a combination of individual and couple's counseling.
Mark D. Parisi, Psy.D. and Associates, P.C.
Licensed Clinical Psychologist / Company President
Location: , Naperville
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Mark D. Parisi, Psy.D.& Associates, P.C. offers anger management counseling and education. Our approach to treating anger is to help our clients understand this complex human emotion and to identify the unique triggers that set off their anger. We help to develop coping skills and work on techniques to diffuse anger before it leads to blow outs. Our approach combines education, counseling, and, where appropriate, medication management - all available on-site within our clinic.
Anger Management Wheaton.
If you are dealing with uncontrolled anger, treatment and help through anger counseling Wheaton will give you new resources and strength to overcome. Anger management Wheaton, IL and anger support groups are available through professional Illinois therapy from a trained counselor. There is no longer a need to be controlled by anger, frustration, or a short temper when a Wheaton anger therapist is available to help. Find the most qualified and experienced Wheaton anger counseling and Wheaton, IL anger management by contacting one of our specialized anger support therapists today.
Welcome to our network of anger management therapists and counselors in Wheaton, IL. Anger treatment, support groups, and counseling for anger is available to help you heal and resolve the issues that are hurting you. Our Illinois professionals are licensed therapists and psychologists with experience and training specifically in anger management. Wheaton anger specialists are ready to assist you. Select any of the qualified anger management therapists in Wheaton below to find help.