Anger Management and Counselling in Edmonton, AB.

Therapy and counselling for anger issues, self control and stress management in Edmonton, Alberta. Find effective help for real change.


Anger Therapist

Ann Marie Dewhurst, PhD

Registered Psychologist

9412 91 Street, Edmonton, Alberta

Anger is a healthy emotion that tells us that we are overwhelmed, threatened or afraid. Aggression often arises from that arousal and is typically what gets people into trouble. I support clients in understanding how to manage their angry arousal so that they can refocus their energy into productive problem solving strategies. I work with men and women who have experienced anger/aggression problems within their intimate relationships or within their work environments.

Anger Therapist

Emma Drebit, MSc. (Marital & Family Therapy)

Registered Psychologist

9749-111 Street, Edmonton, Alberta

Anger is an intense emotion that can quickly escalate into negative reactions and affect relationships. Emma helps clients better understand their anger by helping them identify internal and external triggers and identify negative and unhelpful thoughts, feelings and behaviours. Understanding the interconnected cycle between internal triggers and physiological responses to anger and finding solutions to gain control can bring healing. Emma focuses on helping clients develop appropriate coping strategies to gain control of thoughts and feelings and to express them in effective ways that enhance relationships.

Anger Therapist

Loussa Counselling Centre, Therapists

Registered Psychologist and Counsellors

#2020, 10060 Jasper Ave, Scotia Place, Edmonton, Alberta

There can be a wide range of ways in learning how to express our emotions rather than by the way of anger. We work with different techniques for helping you cope while you learn different strategies to help achieve power over your anger. One technique is to find a common ground to agree-upon with another person rather then engage in a conflict with them. the use of deep breathing and meditation can be used as a means of achieving relaxation. Other interventions may include learning empathy, forgiveness, stress management skills, changing how you speak about yourself and others or learning to be more optimistic in life. The treatments are designed to be personal to each individual.

Anger Therapist

Michelle J Buckle, MA, CCC, RDT, RPsych

Registered Psychologist

MJB Psychological Services Ltd., 10042 - 116 Street, Edmonton, Alberta

Ernie had frequent angry outbursts causing panic attacks. He struggled with all his relationships and it was greatly affecting his work. Our discussions revealed a tremendous longing for approval, stemming from a stormy relationship with his father. All Ernie could recall was his father saying, “Big boys don't cry so suck it up!" He learned to keep things locked up until erupting like a volcano. He learned body listening which is a way to track sensations and allow sad or hurt feelings to speak, move or tell their story. He talked about his concerns and became aware of patterns and their effect on his body. With mind-body dialogue, Ernie experienced information in a new, connected way.

Anger Therapist

Cory Hrushka, M.A. R.Psych., CDST

Registered Psychologist, Certified Diplomate of Sex Therapy

2532 Ellwood Dr SW, Edmonton, Alberta

I have had extensive training and experience in working with both anger management and domestic violence issues. I have a fundamental understanding of using cognitive behavior therapy, rational emotive therapy and Duluth model fundamentals for working with power and control issues or anger management. I have also had extensive experience in running groups, assessing anger related issues and working through the underlying issues which lead to problematic anger. EMDR has also been found to be effectively useful for working with unresolved emotional issues leading to anger problems.

Anger Therapist

Debbie Grove, Ph.D., R.Psych.

Registered Psychologist

10339 - 106 Street NW, Suite 3, Edmonton, Alberta

My approach to anger helps individuals understand the roots of their anger - those aspects of their lives that have contributed to anger. Learning what triggers anger is key to changing and managing anger. Increasing self-awareness of triggers helps with the next step of learning new ways to respond to anger. Stress, depression, and self-esteem/confidence are often related to anger. Therefore, learning new ways to manage stress and depression can also help reduce anger. Lifestyle choices and health issues can contribute to anger. Enhancing health and well-being helps boost one's capacity to effectively manage anger.

Anger Therapist

Steve Jukes, M.Sc. in MFT, R.Psych.

Registered Psychologist

#312, 9707 110 Street (Edmonton Psychological Group), Edmonton, Alberta

Anger is a natural human response. It reflects authentic experience, and as such, is a valid indicator of how we feel in the moment. However, anger can be expressed in damaging ways that influence how we're seen by others, and how we see ourselves. Angry responses are often a reflection of deeper feelings we may have, but are unaware of. Talking about anger can help us better understand the ways we are vulnerable to it, how we might stand against it if it's destructive, what it is trying to tell us, and the underlying feelings that might be contributing to it.

Anger Therapist

Terilyn Pott, MSc

Registered Psychologist

16761 91 st NW, Edmonton, Alberta

I have experience working with domestic violence cases, and am well versed in working with anger management issues. I provide a judgment free atmosphere to help you identify what is triggering your anger, and how best to manage it. I am a strong believer that anger is a byproduct of a stressful situation or environment, and hope to provide you with other coping tools to work through anger.

Anger Therapist

Nicolas Allen, MA, BPE, MES

Registered Psychologist

18019-111 Ave, Edmonton, Alberta

Dealing with anger can be challenging and frustrating. I will help you develop control, competency, and confidence in handling your anger. Together we'll work through your anger, finding healthier alternatives to express your emotions leading to happier and more rewarding relationships with others. I invite you to contact me to help you through this challenging process.

Anger Therapist

Paul Sussman, Ph.D., L.Psych.(AB), L.Psych.(GA)

Licensed Psychologist, Alberta and Georgia

14307 - 80 Avenue, Edmonton, Alberta

Anger management problems emerge from a social system where both genders are taught that expression of anger is inappropriate. Anger is one of seven basic human emotions and is in no way dangerous, unfeminine, or taboo. Explosive anger typically emerges when people attempt to keep their anger from others, holding it inside until they can no longer contain it. My approach is to model and practice graded expression of anger, and to help people modify the point(s) of view from which anger is seen to emerge.

Anger Therapist

Bailey Puchyr-Chartier, M.C.

Registered Psychologist

#106, 14 Mission Ave, St. Albert, AB, St. Albert, Alberta

Anger can be one of the more misunderstood emotions. It can be just anger, or it can be the face of underlying hurt, shame and loneliness. I work with clients to faciliate a greater understanding of the meaning of thier anger, where it comes from and what is supporting it. It is this increase in understanding that then helps us move forward to improved coping and management of these intense emotions.

Anger Therapist

Landor Liddell, M.Sc., Ph.D. (Education)

Registered Psychologist

#302, 10140 - 117 Street, Edmonton, Alberta

Anger is a vital, reflexive emotional response that invites self-awareness, understanding, and thoughtful self-management. Anger is a completely normal, usually healthy, human emotion. But when it gets out of control and turns destructive, it can lead to problems. Anger can be suppressed, and then converted or redirected. This happens when you hold in your anger, stop thinking about it, and focus on something positive.

Anger Therapist

Michelle Vandegriend, Ph.D., Registered Psychologist

Registered Psychologist

Suite #107, Inglewood Plaza, 24 Inglewood Drive, St. Albert, Alberta

Anger is a basic, normal emotion. When it begins to take control and interfere in various aspects of life; however, such as relationships, work, and overall health can can lead to destruction and decrease one's quality of living. I help individuals work through intense and ongoing feelings of anger - by helping individuals understand the root of their anger, identify triggers, and learn to integrate effective strategies they can reclaim aspects of their life and feel happier.



You have Found the Best Anger Management Therapists in Edmonton, AB.

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Edmonton is located in Alberta, Canada. It has a land area of 685.25 square kilometers.  The population of Edmonton is nearly 1 million people with 360,828 households . The population ranking for Edmonton is #5 nationally and #2 for the province of Alberta with a density of 1360.90 people per sq km. Edmonton therapists serve postal code: T5K.