Anger Management and Counselling in Fort Langley, BC.

Therapy and counselling for anger issues, self control and stress management in Fort Langley, British Columbia. Find effective help for real change.


Lieneke Hewlett, MTC, RPC, SFTT, BA Psyc.
Anger Therapist

Lieneke Hewlett, MTC, RPC, SFTT, BA Psyc.

Master Therapeutic Counsellor, Registered Professional Counsellor and Registered Supervising Focusing Therapist and Trainer

In V3S 1C7 - Nearby to Fort Langley.

In many situations, it is most helpful to find the wound under the anger, the place where the person took the hit. Then, we can attend to the wound. We see what needs help in that place and what it might need to begin healing instead of festering. Many times the same place is getting hit over and over, without any resolution. It is also helpful to have some effective coping strategies for what to do to deal with anger when it comes. Working from both ends, anger begins to subside and leaves room for forward movement and new life experiences.

Sears Taylor, MA, LMHCA
Anger Therapist

Sears Taylor, MA, LMHCA

Mental Health Counsellor

In V4W 3X5 - Nearby to Fort Langley.

As a retired Marine Corps Officer, I have had a lot of experience with anger management, both personally and with my clients. Once again, I feel the key to anger management is identifying the root cause of anger. Oftentimes we improperly project our internal anger onto someone who does not deserve it. My clients report that after working with me, they no longer project anger onto the innocent people in their lives.

Vanessa McCall, M.Ed, RCC
Anger Therapist

Vanessa McCall, M.Ed, RCC

Registered Clinical Counsellor

In V3H 4T3 - Nearby to Fort Langley.

I work closely with my clients to become aware of how anger affects them and help identify what their triggers are. We will work together at finding better coping strategies to help them manage their behaviour before it escalates, as well as work through several mindful relaxation techniques to help them achieve inner peace and a greater sense of calm.

Kristi Breugem, MSW, RSW, RCC
Anger Therapist

Kristi Breugem, MSW, RSW, RCC

Registered Clinical Counselor

In V2S 3N7 - Nearby to Fort Langley.

The key to anger management is not to suppress anger but to work through anger in a healthy way. Often anger management explores ways to no longer be angry - this is not healthy! Expressing anger is healthy as long as it is done in a way that is respectful to others and yourself. By exploring the history of expressed emotion in your life and core beliefs about emotions you will have an increased awareness of why you feel emotions and why you express emotions in a certain way. The benefit is that you will express all emotions in a healthy way and communicate effectively, which will improve functioning and relationships with others overall.

Gerald Loewen, B.R.E., M.A. (C.E.), M.A. (Ed Min.)
Anger Therapist

Gerald Loewen, B.R.E., M.A. (C.E.), M.A. (Ed Min.)

Counsellor/Therapist

In V2Y 1R7 - Nearby to Fort Langley.

In Anger Management therapy, my premise is that "no one can make me do what I choose to do when I am angry". In other words, "no one can make me angry". My approach is cognitive, focusing on one's thinking which leads us to our negative behavior when we are angry. It is important for the client to understand that anger is a normal emotion but the behavior can be destructive.

Kevin Klassen, MC, PsyD (Cand), RCC, RMFT
Anger Therapist

Kevin Klassen, MC, PsyD (Cand), RCC, RMFT

Registered Clinical Counsellor, Registered Marriage & Family Therapist

In V2Y 1R7 - Nearby to Fort Langley.

In our culture, anger is often more of a reactive emotion that covers up other, more vulnerable emotions. A common example is men who are taught as children that it is more acceptable to show anger than sadness. So, after awhile, whenever sadness or vulnerability is felt, it immediately gets replaced with anger, which is what is most often experienced by others. My approach to dealing with anger is to discern whether anger is the true emotion felt or covering up something else. Than, depending on this, to build more acceptance and tolerance to what is underneath the anger so that it can be expressed in a healthier way, which regulates anger more effectively.

Sonya Randle, BScN, MA/ABS, RTC, MTC, RCS
Anger Therapist

Sonya Randle, BScN, MA/ABS, RTC, MTC, RCS

Master Therapeutic Counsellor

In V3W 0N4 - Nearby to Fort Langley.

It feels urgent! When you’re angry, or dealing with someone else’s anger, you want something to help right now. So, that’s where we’re going to start. Together we will look at what anger is and what it isn't, identify those areas that make you angry, look at your description of anger, your responses and then develop tools that help you respond to anger in a constructive way. Let me help you see anger and its results in a whole new way. I can help.

Jennifer Vauthrin,  M.A., R.C.C., EAP Therapist
Anger Therapist

Jennifer Vauthrin, M.A., R.C.C., EAP Therapist

M.A., Registered Clinical Counsellor, Employment Assistance Program Therapist

In V3S 3C5 - Nearby to Fort Langley.

Wow 0-90 in seconds. Yes this is how anger affects many people. Are there tools yes. Do you want to learn them? Let's do it. What does anger look like to you? Do you want to change? Can you change? Are you ready to learn the process of living a life without feeling great one min and the next ready to rip another's head off? If the answer is yes then we need to talk. Life is so much better when we can live without being bitter, resentful, full of anguish and vengeance. Maybe it's just your kids where they never do any chores and your tired of screaming and yelling. Maybe a partner cheated on you. Maybe your mother or father is accusing you of all sorts of things.

Teresa Palylyk, Teresa
Anger Therapist

Teresa Palylyk, Teresa

Registered Clinical Counsellor

In V4A 1M1 - Nearby to Fort Langley.

Anger is not a problem. It is a normal emotion, but how we express anger can be a problem. Anger is a secondary emotion. This means it is an emotion we use to cover up or avoid other, less pleasant emotions such as shame, fear, guilt or hurt. Through cognitive behaviour therapy and acceptance and commitment therapy you can learn healthier ways of expressing anger.

Stephen Rochefort, Ph.D., R.Psych.
Anger Therapist

Stephen Rochefort, Ph.D., R.Psych.

Registered Psychologist, Practice in Forensic and Clinical Psychology

In V3B 6B4 - Nearby to Fort Langley.

Anger is a necessary emotion that causes difficulties when the individual copes with anger in an inappropriate fashion. Dr. Rochefort believes that the key to successful anger management is to learn skills to manage distorted thinking and negative behaviours. To accomplish this, one must develop effective problem solving, communication, and distress tolerance skills.

Annette Kasahara, BA, MEd. (Psychology), RCC
Anger Therapist

Annette Kasahara, BA, MEd. (Psychology), RCC

Registered Clinical Counsellor

In V4B 2R5 - Nearby to Fort Langley.

It is my hope that clients will learn strategies to assist them in more effectively managing emotions of anger and the accompanying negative behaviours. Clients will explore and identify underlying causes of such emotions, as well as situational “triggers”. It is also my hope that clients will develop communication skills that will promote healthy interactions and successful resolutions of conflicts should they occur.

Lori Capozzi, B.A., M.Ed., RCC
Anger Therapist

Lori Capozzi, B.A., M.Ed., RCC

Registered Clinical Counsellor

In V4A 2J2 - Nearby to Fort Langley.

Anger management counseling can help to identify stressors and learn the steps to stay calm in the face of anger. The goal is to handle tense situations in more constructive and positive ways by reducing the emotional and physical arousal that anger can cause. It will provide the tools to take back your life and resolve the triggers that result in unplanned anger reactions.

Lee Cassels, MA, CCC
Anger Therapist

Lee Cassels, MA, CCC

Canadian Certified Counsellor

In V3H 4G7 - Nearby to Fort Langley.

Anger is an emotion that can make you feel out of control or alienate you from others if it is unleashed in volatile ways. Understanding how anger works and learning some anger management skills can help you take a stand and make your point but not at the expense of losing relationships. My approach includes first gaining a clear understanding as to how anger is negatively affecting your life and then providing you both knowledge and skills to positively address your situation.



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Fort Langley is located in British Columbia, Canada.  The population of Fort Langley is 3,400 people. Fort Langley therapists serve postal code: V1M.