Anger Management and Counselling in Lions Bay, BC.

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


Barbara Ohori, RTC MTC
Anger Therapist

Barbara Ohori, RTC MTC

Registered Therapeutic Counsellor, Master Therapeutic Counsellor

In V5Z 1C5 - Nearby to Lions Bay.

So what is making me or him so angry ? Thats a question that brings alot of people to seek out a counsellor for some understanding and help. Anger is like an umberalla ..there is allways something undeneath it. In counselling we work hard to figure out what that is. When we understand this we are able to better learn some new and less destructive ways to express our feelings. Managing anger is managing emotions..the great benifit to the client who makes this transition is that they really begin to get their real needs met..and people begin to enjoy being around them a whole lot more.

Trevor Hale, MSc., Psy.D., RCC
Anger Therapist

Trevor Hale, MSc., Psy.D., RCC

Registered Clinical Counselor

In V7P 3T7 - Nearby to Lions Bay.

Anger can arise from a number of events in one's life. For some it is comes about from frustration and a lack of coping strategies, for others it is the culmination of many (sometimes divergent and seemingly unrelated) events, or it may be in reaction to changing life circumstances (e.g. loss of employment). I work first to help my clients understand the source of their angry behaviours, feelings, and thoughts, and then work with them to develop more effective ways of expressing their needs and dealing with other potential triggers. Leaving them feel a greater sense of control and strength.

Naomi Kolinsky, M.Ed, RCC
Anger Therapist

Naomi Kolinsky, M.Ed, RCC

Registered Clinical Counselor

In V5Z 1H1 - Nearby to Lions Bay.

If you struggle with uncontrollable anger I can teach you healthier ways of managing and expressing it. Strategies that you would learn in therapy include discovering the origins of anger in your life, identifying your current triggers, recognizing early physical sensations that are warning signs of rising anger, and connecting with and expressing your primary emotions of hurt or fear that your anger is a reaction to.

Jennifer Scott, RCC, RSW, BC-DMT
Anger Therapist

Jennifer Scott, RCC, RSW, BC-DMT

Registered Clinical Counsellor, Registered Social Worker

In V7V 1A6 - Nearby to Lions Bay.

Anger is a healthy and normal emotion. It is only when it is acted out in inappropriate ways that it becomes unhealthy and socially "unacceptable". The key to getting a handle on anger is to learn mindful awareness of what you are actually experiencing in the moment - particularly what you are experiencing physically in your body. That moment to moment awareness shows you the truth of your experience and slows your reaction time, giving you a chance to take a breath, evaluate, and assess how you might want to RESPOND, rather than simply REACT, in a given situation. It is equally important to discover underlying anxiety or depression that might be contributing to unwanted anger.

Colin Chow, M.Ed., RCC
Anger Therapist

Colin Chow, M.Ed., RCC

Registered Clinical Counsellor

In V5H 2H2 - Nearby to Lions Bay.

In our work together to address anger and/or anger management, we would first try to identify the underlying emotions that are fueling the anger. Anger is a "masked emotion". It is usually covering other emotions like fear, shame, disappointment, regret, sadness, anxiety and/or frustration. By identifying these foundational emotions, we can determine the unique means by which we can lessen and manage the anger that is getting in the way of you enjoying your day to day life.

Iona Monk, MA, RCC.
Anger Therapist

Iona Monk, MA, RCC.

Registered Clinical Counsellor

In V6J 1Y9 - Nearby to Lions Bay.

I use cognitive therapy to help people overcome their anger issues. Thoughts create feelings which create behavior. If a person feels angry while driving in the car and cannot control his temper vis a vis the driver he is angry at, identifying the irrational thought at the root of it is often helpful. Usually I find the clients having such thoughts as, "He cut me off on purpose" or "Who does he think he is driving like that?" These types of thoughts can and do create anger. But if the client changes his thoughts for more rational ones such as, "Wow he must really be in a rush to be driving that way, perhaps there is an emergency", the client finds that he is less angry and less reactive!

Rosalyn Best, MoC, MEd, RCC, CAC
Anger Therapist

Rosalyn Best, MoC, MEd, RCC, CAC

Registered Clinical Counsellor

In V6J 1Y9 - Nearby to Lions Bay.

Anger creeps up on you and explodes, right? It scares you, and you feel out of control. It’s like a mountain peak you suddenly find yourself falling off. Let’s work together to notice the steps that led up “anger mountain”, and come up with ways to lengthen the number of steps available before you fall off the peak again. This will involve noticing your breath and heart rate, learning to take a break in when feeling triggered, and developing a practice of mindfulness. We also will want to explore together what that argument represents to you, what feeling/events long past it is echoing. You’re not stuck with having these anger triggers, once that is dealt with. Let’s work together.

Lissette Mairena-Ubeda, MA, RCC
Anger Therapist

Lissette Mairena-Ubeda, MA, RCC

Registered Clinical Counsellor

In V3N 2S2 - Nearby to Lions Bay.

Intense anger can make you feel and act completely out of control, leaving you feeling embarrassed, guilty, and at times getting in the way of your relationships. Together we can explore what needs to shift in order to recognize when you are starting to reach the "point of no return." You will learn how to effectively communicate, notice your bodies reaction to anger, and de-escalate situations. By learning how to effectively deal with anger you will have a greater sense of control, calm, greater communication and healthier relationships.

Erica Collyer Beauchamp, MEd RCC
Anger Therapist

Erica Collyer Beauchamp, MEd RCC

Registered Clinical Counsellor

In V6Z 2R4 - Nearby to Lions Bay.

Many people struggle with anger and don't have effective strategies to help them manage this anger. I work with clients to identify what makes them most angry and to teach ways to self-soothe, gain acceptance, communicate, and get their needs met in a more productive way. The strategies I choose for each client will depend on the client's unique personality requirements and past experiences of success.

Ian Bond, MA, BA, RCC
Anger Therapist

Ian Bond, MA, BA, RCC

Registered Clinical Counsellor (#2648)

In V6H 4B4 - Nearby to Lions Bay.

Ian provides professional, effective, and compassionate therapy for issues involving anger. He helps clients achieve their goals such as reducing their overall frequency and intensity of angry feelings, and increasing their ability to recognize and express angry feelings appropriately when they happen. As well, it is often important to develop insight and awareness about what triggers angry behaviours, and the origin of these triggers. This may involve healing past hurts and traumas. Other goals include finding alternatives to aggressive anger, and developing better control and more serenity. Ian offers a 30 minute consultation to briefly discuss your specific situation and how he can help.

Claire Maisonneuve, R.C.C.
Anger Therapist

Claire Maisonneuve, R.C.C.

Registered Clinical Counsellor

In V6H 1H6 - Nearby to Lions Bay.

You’ll be surprised at how much more control over your anger you can have with just a few counselling sessions using my unique therapeutic approaches. Anger is most often a cover up for deeper feelings of hurt, shame and humiliation. This is especially likely if you grew up in a family where expressing emotions was discouraged. Anger is a normal, healthy emotion, but when chronic, explosive anger spirals out of control, it can have serious consequences for your relationships, health, and state of mind. When you get angry, you might think that venting your anger is healthy, people around you are too sensitive, your anger is justified, or that anger is a sign of strength. But the truth is that unchecked anger can be highly damaging for your life,...(view profile to read more)

Andrew Herfst, RCC, CCC
Anger Therapist

Andrew Herfst, RCC, CCC

Registered Clinical Counsellor

In V6E 2P4 - Nearby to Lions Bay.

Does your anger feel explosive or unmanageable? Are you troubled or overwhelmed by another negative emotion like guilt, shame, fear, or jealousy? Generally speaking, our emotions are healthy and normal, but the way we react to them can cause real problems our lives and relationships. I can share skills to help you understand your emotions, what’s causing them, and how to react to them in a helpful way. When we can work with our emotions, rather than fight against them, we are healthier and happier.

Cenk Matalon, MC, RCC
Anger Therapist

Cenk Matalon, MC, RCC

Registered Clinical Counsellor, Psychotherapist

In V6B 1T6 - Nearby to Lions Bay.

There's nothing wrong with anger! We simply need to learn how to use its energies more wisely. Anger can cause damage or it can energize and motivate us, anger can hurt and it can also protect. I've guided numerous clients into a better relationship with their anger. As you begin this journey, you will immediately see changes start to happen in your life. Getting to Know our anger fuels our integrity and allows us to take necessary stands in our lives and all this can be done in a healthy, respectful way.



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Lions Bay is located in British Columbia, Canada. It has a land area of 2.53 square kilometers.  The population of Lions Bay is 1,334 people with 495 households . The population ranking for Lions Bay is #1762 nationally and #247 for the province of British Columbia with a density of 526.50 people per sq km. Lions Bay therapists serve postal code: V0N.