Anger Management and Counseling in Ken Caryl, CO.

Therapy and counseling for anger issues, self control and stress management in Ken Caryl, Colorado. Find effective help for real change.


Christopher St. John, MA, LPC
Anger Therapist

Christopher St. John, MA, LPC

Jungian Psychotherapist

In 80210 - Nearby to Ken Caryl.

Anger can be very difficult to manage. Anger lies very deep within a person. No one wants to be angry. We just get so used to it we don’t know any other way to feel. Our society teaches us it is better to be angry then to have other emotions. That is simply not right. Sucking it up or powering through does not get a person through anger. So many people do what they are supposed to do to help with anger. They run, lift weights, eat right, work hard, take vacations, etc. Yet, we’re still angry. It’s something deeper. Sometimes so deep it’s hard to remember how and when it started. How did it get this far? Have you ever gotten angry with you anger? I believe I can help with that.

Jennifer Maddox, LCSW, MASM
Anger Therapist

Jennifer Maddox, LCSW, MASM

Licensed Clinical Social Worker

In 80206 - Nearby to Ken Caryl.

Anger gets a bad wrap in our society. I work with my clients to understand that it is not anger that is the "bad guy" it is what they do with their anger that gets them in trouble or causes such pain. All of the great movements in the world were started by someone who was first angry. Anger is an emotion that tells you something is wrong. Anger motivates, creates change and can be very beneficial in a persons life. I work with my clients to better understand their own specific triggers to anger and generate more productive and effective solutions to resolve anger and get it working for them rather than against them.

Georginia Weygand, Ed.S., NCSP, RP, BCCS, CAS
Anger Therapist

Georginia Weygand, Ed.S., NCSP, RP, BCCS, CAS

School Psychologist, Registered Psychotherapist, Board Certified Cognitive Specialist, Certified Autism Specialist

In 80014 - Nearby to Ken Caryl.

Is your child aged 4 - 16 demonstrating difficulty with anger? Do they get mad without warning? Is this impacting you at home or their school performance? Counseling/psychotherapy may help your child learn to understand their anger and develop coping skills to manage their anger. Anger is normal, but understanding why we get angry and what we can do when we do is important to be able to work through situations where we are angry. Through a combination of play-based, cognitive behavioral, and dialectical behavioral approaches, I can help your child learn about anger, develop coping strategies, and hopefully reduce their angry outbursts.

Dennis H. Harris, MA
Anger Therapist

Dennis H. Harris, MA

Registered Psychotherapist

In 80031 - Nearby to Ken Caryl.

I offer mindfulness techniques to become aware of our precursor sensations or behaviors so we might self regulate before we lose control of our anger. We will develop on understanding of how to prepare for stressful circumstances or slow down the escalating process as well as ways to stop once escalated. We will work creatively together to find what works best for you.

Courtney Taucher, MA, LPC, LAC
Anger Therapist

Courtney Taucher, MA, LPC, LAC

Licensed Professional Counselor

In 80401 - Nearby to Ken Caryl.

Anger is a lively emotion and I frequently hear "I don't want to feel angry". That's pretty common, it's not a feel good emotion. It is, however, an informative emotion, and part of the human experience. My approach to anger management counseling first explores how anger shows up in your life, what were you taught about anger, how was anger shown to you, and how would you like to be experienced in your relationships. Skill are a fundamental part of anger management including: Relationship skills, communication, thought and behavior modifications, boundaries, mindfulness and relaxation techniques. Anger management counseling is interactive process in session and provides homework to practice.

A Peaceful Life Counseling Services, Kat Mindenhall, LCSW (Director)
Anger Therapist

A Peaceful Life Counseling Services, Kat Mindenhall, LCSW (Director)

Licensed Social Worker

In 80214 - Nearby to Ken Caryl.

Anger can rob you of so much in your life and relationships. You can learn how to take control of your anger so that you have better relationships with others and a more peaceful life. Our approach is to help you recognize what sets your anger off and work through it so that it loses its power. We will also work on heading your anger off at the pass so that it can't rule your life. You will be less irritable, more patient, and free from the loss of control that anger invariably gives you.

Athena McCullough, LPCC
Anger Therapist

Athena McCullough, LPCC

Licensed Professional Counselor Candidate

In 80237 - Nearby to Ken Caryl.

Anger can sometimes feel like a mystery. Where does it come from and why does it explode so suddenly? I love to walk with my clients through the process of discovering the roots of their anger. So many emotions tend to hide underneath anger! I also focus on anger management techniques to help you predict your anger and give you tools to manage it.

Renee Brown, MA, LPC
Anger Therapist

Renee Brown, MA, LPC

Mental Health Counselor

In 80014 - Nearby to Ken Caryl.

My experience allows Me to offer effective outpatient,individualized, psychological care. My focus believes in human potential, and the capacity to change and grow in positive ways. I use a combination of Humanistic, Person Centered, Compassion Focused, and Existential theories. Having a one on one relationship with the client is where I find the most success. Our clients come to treatment feeling heard, accepted, and understood.

Anne Perry, Psy.D
Anger Therapist

Anne Perry, Psy.D

Licensed Clinical Psychologist

In 80401 - Nearby to Ken Caryl.

Anger in and of itself is not a bad thing---it's what we do with it that counts. If you find that your anger has impacted your relationships or day to day life, or you find it difficult to control or manage, I can help. I believe anger management is about self-understanding, coping skills, communication and responsibility. I also believe it is about getting a better sense of the other emotions underneath the anger (i.e., hurt) that can fuel or maintain it. I enjoy working with people as they negotiate a different relationship with their anger, and learn how to empower themselves in a more healthy and mindful fashion.

Allison Rimland, LPC
Anger Therapist

Allison Rimland, LPC

Emotionally Focused Couple Therapists

In 80111 - Nearby to Ken Caryl.

Do you get so angry sometimes that you end up doing or saying things you wish you could take back? Do you feel like you are stuck in a rut, with angry responses becoming the most common way you react to people you love? We all feel angry sometimes, but it's great to realize when it's affecting your life in ways you never wanted. We will help you learn to expand the feelings you have, sort through any shame or helplessness that are driving the anger, and teach you how you can use your normal angry feelings in ways that are productive. You don't have to feel like anger owns you any more.

Brenda Bomgardner, LPC, NCC, BCC, ACS
Anger Therapist

Brenda Bomgardner, LPC, NCC, BCC, ACS

Licensed Professional Counselor and Board Certified Coach

In 80214 - Nearby to Ken Caryl.

Anger is a natural emotion which can sweep over you quickly like wild thunderstorm. Maybe you feel like an exploding volcano when you are angry. The emotion of anger comes in many forms. It may be like an earthquake that rumbles under the skin causing thoughts of revenge and resentment. You can learn tools to help manage the behavior that erupts from anger. Learning you have choices to harness the power of anger so it becomes a useful energy rather than a destructive emotion is the goal of treatment. I can help you develop strategies that are effective in helping you make wise choices for yourself. Learn new behaviors with practice and a plan.

Eric Eichler, LCSW
Anger Therapist

Eric Eichler, LCSW

Licensed Clinical Social Worker

In 80203 - Nearby to Ken Caryl.

Anger can be debilitating and overwhelming. But there is often a nugget of wisdom in anger. I help my clients discover the underlying message beneath their intense anger, and learn new skills and language to navigate the feelings and thoughts they discover. Through mindfulness, individual, and group therapy, my clients discover a new capacity to be free from compulsive and reactive behavior, and to communicate effectively and appropriately.

Allison Gomer, MA, MAC
Anger Therapist

Allison Gomer, MA, MAC

Somatic Healer, Registered Psychotherapist

In 80222 - Nearby to Ken Caryl.

Anger is by far one of the best protectors we have. It can protect us as well as cover up our own pain. Anger is a valid emotion, and probably the most misunderstood. Some act out anger while others hold it in. Regardless, ignoring anger can be destructive to your physical, emotional, social, and spiritual well being. I work with you to help you discover what lies at the root of your anger. You will find out how regulate your feelings and develop different communication skills.

David L. Currie, MA, LPC, TH.M
Anger Therapist

David L. Currie, MA, LPC, TH.M

Licensed Professional Counselor

In 80228 - Nearby to Ken Caryl.

My words here will be directed to "men" and anger issues. I realize women are increasingly seeking treatment for anger related issues and I in no way seek to discount that need. Once again a full medical workup and an exploration of psychiatric disease as a dual diagnosis is necessary for complete patient care. A man's "story" is once again the basis for treatment. Many men are not comfortable telling their story and that must change in treatment. Who and when did you learn that violence is an acceptable decision to make in relational conflict? Who taught you that beauty must be controlled instead of beheld with honor? A violent man's story can be redeemed and retold bringing hope.

Mark Palmer, Ph.D
Anger Therapist

Mark Palmer, Ph.D

Licensed Clinical Psychologist

In 80210 - Nearby to Ken Caryl.

I am not a certified anger management clinician, nor do I work with court mandated anger cases or domestic violence. My practice in anger management involves learning to understand, regulate, and safely and productively express emotions, including anger. I have worked with people individually and in groups who have found it difficult to control their emotions, especially anger. We learn ways to control impulsive and destructive behaviors. We also learn the psychology of anger and emotions. We learn to recognize what triggers our anger and strong emotios and how to tell the difference between productive and healthy emotional responses and ones that would hurt us or someone else.

Sarah Spurlock, M.A., LMFT
Anger Therapist

Sarah Spurlock, M.A., LMFT

Licensed Marriage & Family Therapist

In 80104 - Nearby to Ken Caryl.

I can help you with your anger and resentment towards your spouse or partner, towards your children or parents, and with other significant individuals in your life. I will help give you an internal thermometer for understanding your anger and what level of anger is building inside of you. I will help you to discover the true cause of your anger, provides steps for coping with your anger, and create solutions for the problems in your life and relationships.

Jonathan Christy, MA, LPC, CACII
Anger Therapist

Jonathan Christy, MA, LPC, CACII

Licensed Professional Counselor, Certified Addictions Counselor

In 80021 - Nearby to Ken Caryl.

My work in the area of anger management spans a number of clinical settings, from a trauma-focused community clinic to a student counseling center and work with inmates at Boulder County Jail. Clients tell me my approach is gentle, insightful and effective. We begin with an understanding of the specific reasons anger has developed into a strategy for each individual, its benefits and consequences. I offer insights and approaches from neuroscience, mindfulness-based and cognitive approaches in anger management, but we will always use what works for you. To learn more about the possibility for a new relationship with anger in your life, reach out to me here on Theravive or at (720) 204-8484.

Robyn Looze, Robyn Looze, LCSW
Anger Therapist

Robyn Looze, Robyn Looze, LCSW

Licensed Clinical Social Worker

In 80016 - Nearby to Ken Caryl.

Many children and teens have anger issues but the question is where does the anger come from? I include the parents on the interview process as well as hear the child/teens thoughts about anger. Together we will come up with a plan that not only works in my office but also at school and home . I believe working with families is the key component to helping control anger. In addition, I will provide the child/teen with calming strategies and help them be mindful of their behavior as well as teach them the warning signs our bodies give off during the times of anger and/or stressful situations. Moreover, I provide groups for anger management.

Chuck Fallon, MA, LPC
Anger Therapist

Chuck Fallon, MA, LPC

Licensed Professional Counselor

In 80110 - Nearby to Ken Caryl.

It’s often said men’s only emotion is anger. But anger in itself is not bad. It comes from a place of deep emotion that can often get out of balance. A man’s anger can be intimidating, leaving you with less of what you need and more and more of what you don’t—isolation. But it doesn’t have to stay this way. You can learn to communicate your passions differently, to express yourself in ways that capture your true perspectives and share who you really are and what you really want, with those you deeply love. You might not even know why you're angry, but we can find out together. We can map out a road to recover your calm and learn share yourself in meaningful ways with others. Let's talk!

Chadley Zobolas, MSW, LSW
Anger Therapist

Chadley Zobolas, MSW, LSW

Trauma and Relationship Therapist

In 80237 - Nearby to Ken Caryl.

When we're feeling angry, there's usually other emotions at play underneath the surface that are begging (maybe literally screaming from the rooftops) to be recognized. Feelings such as despair, loneliness, or debilitating fear are often masked as anger because it's so much less vulnerable to blow-up on a loved one than cry and express your pain to them. Therapy can help you uncover the reasons you feel angry and process the pain you've been holding in for so long.

Claudia Trevithick, ATR-BC, Registered Psychotherapist
Anger Therapist

Claudia Trevithick, ATR-BC, Registered Psychotherapist

Board-Certified Art Therapist, Registered Psychotherapist

In 80014 - Nearby to Ken Caryl.

Although it may feel like you sometimes have no control over your anger, I will help you examine your triggers, where they may have come from, what fears you may have, and how to take a reading on your anger at each stage, so that you might use new coping skills. It may feel frustrating to have moments of feeling out of control. I believe we are each responsible for our own actions. Admitting responsibility and removing emotional fears will help your willingness to try out new techniques. We will practice these in session. I admire your willness to work on this issue. Others have told me they use the new copping skills successfully.

Kevin Fleming, Ph.D.
Anger Therapist

Kevin Fleming, Ph.D.

Coach/Change Agent/Consultant

In 80202 - Nearby to Ken Caryl.

Grey Matters International and the work of Kevin J. Fleming, Ph.D approaches issues of anger management in a very humane yet fresh perspective. You see, anger is a normal emotion but it is the valence (intensity) as well as the coupling choice of what one does with this that is the problem. Telling someone to "not" do it or modifying behavior with a trite psychological plan that only breeds a compliant response is not the way to change anger. Brainwave optimization is a new cutting edge technology that allows one to rewire circuitry responsible for reactivity driving the anger. Contact Grey Matters International, Inc now at kevin@kevinflemingphd.com or 877-606-6161.

Heather Gomez, MA, LMFT
Anger Therapist

Heather Gomez, MA, LMFT

Marriage and Family Therapist

In 80020 - Nearby to Ken Caryl.

When anger gets the best of you, you feel out of control and unable to stop your impulses. I will provide a supportive space where you can learn new ways to feel and experience your emotions without becoming explosive. I will help you to recognize your own patterns of behavior so that you don't get to your tipping point as often. We can discuss the other emotions that your anger might be covering up so that you can feel more regulated in all areas of your life, not just with your anger.

Howard Lambert, Ph.D.
Anger Therapist

Howard Lambert, Ph.D.

Licensed Clinical Psychologist

In 80246 - Nearby to Ken Caryl.

Anger management is about impulse control. I can help you learn to experience and explore your angry and violent impulses without ACTING off of them. Angry feelings flow naturally from a great many life situations (e.g. competition, losses, personal violations, insults, dismissals, etc.). We usually do not recognize that our old unfinished business is behind our aggressive temper and behavior. I can help you identify your personal triggers, move away from the person who is setting you off in the moment, and work on your infinished business in private healthy ways.

Bruce D. Rumsey, Ph.D., LPC
Anger Therapist

Bruce D. Rumsey, Ph.D., LPC

Licensed Professional Counselor

In 80120 - Nearby to Ken Caryl.

Dr. Bruce Rumsey is one of the top facilitators in Colorado having worked with over 9,000 groups where the dominant focus was helping individuals regulate their emotions, particularly anger, in a manner that provided insight to the factors driving their anger. In addition, Dr. Rumsey provided tools that helped client not just resolve their anger, but resolve their anger appropriately. If you or someone you know is struggling with appropriate anger management, there are answers and tools to help resolve this destructive pattern. Fights Healthy choices, communication, and conflict resolution require appropriate anger management skills, and we will cover these as part of our work together



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Ken Caryl is located in Jefferson County, Colorado. It has a land area of 9.69 square miles and a water area of 0.03 square miles.  The population of Ken Caryl is 32,944 people with 12,950 households and a median annual income of $85,887. .


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