Dick Wulf, MSW
Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW)
1339 N. 31st. Circle, Colorado Springs, CO
Anger needs to be converted into energy for problem-solving. Anger management can be much more than merely self-control. You don't want anger to destroy your relationships or your own physical health. Processing your anger involves many things and serves to both let go of anger as well as to use some of it for determination to do whatever is necessary to solve whatever problem is behind the anger. Furthermore, often the source of the anger is not even the present target of your anger, so it is helpful to discover and deal with any hidden source of anger, including lessons learned in childhood that are no longer valid. It is surprising how events from long ago set us up to be angry.
Wes Wilson, MA, LMFT, LAC
Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist, Supervisor
4585 Hilton Parkway, Suite 202, Colorado Springs, CO
Anger can be hurtful and devastating, not only to those around you but to you as well. Anger is actually a healthy and needed emotion. When you are not getting your basic needs for survival met you will feel hurt and frustrated. This is anger. It's actually a necessary feeling but the results can be devastating...unless you get the help you need. Wes Wilson can help you work through your inner hurts and frustrations. You can learn how to address your needs in constructive and effective ways. The anger feelings can be understood finally and your real needs can be met. The old anger feelings can be turned into very effective actions for relief, success and even respect from others.
Kelly Gillespie, MA
Registered Psychotherapist, MA
1465 Kelly Johnson Blvd., Colorado Springs, CO
***Court Approved Anger Management Provider*** Anger is not a bad thing but sometimes what we do with our anger can lead to consequences for us. Learn tools to use when anger comes into your life. Learn how to respond to those people in your life that throw up red flags all around you. Learn how to work through anger to find peace in the midst of even the toughest situation. ***Also, please ask me about my anger management group.
David Stephens, Psy.D.
1722 McArthur, Colorado Springs, CO
I have worked with many people who have difficulties managing their anger. It is important for you to understand that your anger is a signal that something is not right in your circumstances or your interpretation of those circumstances. I can help you not only successfully manage your anger on a day-to-day basis, but can help you get rid of "long term anger," which makes it much harder to deal with situations as they happen. I have helped everybody from teenagers to prison inmates successfully manage their anger and learn that anger does not have to be destructive.