Anger Management and Counselling in Rosser, MB.

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


Kevin Richardson, MSW, RSW
Anger Therapist

Kevin Richardson, MSW, RSW

Registered Clinical Social Worker

In R3C 1N9 - Nearby to Rosser.

Anger is not only bad for relationships, it's bad for your health. There's an increasingly strong link between anger and high blood pressure and increased risk of heart attack. In working with you to deal with anger, I use two of the most effective methods used in therapy for dealing with anger. Relaxation techniques help you "chill out" when your starting to get agitated. You'll learn ways to literally release the anger when you're starting to feel it. And we will use CBT which helps you understand how your thinking affects the way you feel. Instead of regretting later that you may overreacted, you learn how to not be bothered by things.

Kristy Carroll, B.A., M.M.F.T
Anger Therapist

Kristy Carroll, B.A., M.M.F.T

Registered Marriage and Family Therapist

In R2M 3E2 - Nearby to Rosser.

Anger, while often misunderstood or misguided, is a call to action-whether it's to set boundaries, advocate for change, or discover our true voice. I work with clients to recognize their experience of anger and how it plays out in their thoughts, feelings, and body sensations-inviting a choice of response when it arises and giving a more effective voice to the unspoken needs and emotions fueling from beneath.

Soul Work Therapies, Donna Johnson, M.Ed., DVATI, MMFT
Anger Therapist

Soul Work Therapies, Donna Johnson, M.Ed., DVATI, MMFT

Marriage and Family Therapist; Art Therapist; Time Line Therapist; Reiki Master

In R3T 2B6 - Nearby to Rosser.

Anger has the capacity to interfere with the relationships you have with others and yourself and stems from unacknowledged sadness, fear and guilt. Where did all that begin? Understanding yourself more fully is the key to moving forward to creating a new Self. Give yourself a new start. Clear out old patterns and beliefs that do not serve you any further. Donna practices a variety of methodologies to assist people in releasing the old, in order to make room for the new.

Michelle Morand, Online, Phone and In Person Support
Anger Therapist

Michelle Morand, Online, Phone and In Person Support

M.A. Counselling; Internet, Phone, and In Person Counseling

In R3C 0B8 - Nearby to Rosser.

Anger is a coping strategy. It is a natural human response to a threat and it always arises when we feel sad or scared, or both. There is a way to feel and express anger that allows you to be heard and understood fully and that doesn't leave you feeling judged or shamed, by yourself or others, for how you've behaved or spoken. The solution lies first in understanding how you are perceiving the situation that triggers you to react as you do. Once you can truly understand that you can change it, before you get to the boiling point. This means you have less anxiety and guilt to struggle with, fewer apologies to offer, and more safe, loving and intimate connections in your life.

Glenys Wirch, MA CPGC D.Min
Anger Therapist

Glenys Wirch, MA CPGC D.Min

Counsellor Therapist

In R3C 0G3 - Nearby to Rosser.

Anger is a normal, often healthy human emotion. When anger becomes destructive, it can cause distress in important relationships, school or work,health, and overall quality of life. Anger can vary in intensity: from mild irritation or annoyance to outright fury and rage. I will help you explore your anger, what triggers your anger reactions, and help you find more adaptive ways to express what you are feeling. I provide a safe, nurturing environment where you are free to develop more effective ways of expressing yourself. This in turn will improve your quality of life.

Sam Whelan, MMFT, CD
Anger Therapist

Sam Whelan, MMFT, CD

BA (Psych), Masters (Marriage & Family Therapy), CD

In R2V 0B2 - Nearby to Rosser.

Anger is a primary emotion and as such it is vital for our psychological health. A common difficulty is differentiating between the experience of anger and the expression of anger. I often see individuals for whom the expression of their anger gets them into difficult situations. Therapy can be helpful to explore the difficulties associated with both the experience of anger and the appropriate expression of anger.

Luella Jonk, PhD, RP, C. Hyp., CPC
Anger Therapist

Luella Jonk, PhD, RP, C. Hyp., CPC

Registered Psychotherapist, Certified Hypnotherapist, Professional Counsellor

In R3C 3Z5 - Nearby to Rosser.

For some, impulse control may be extremely difficult, seemingly unreachable. There is a solution however, which I have found to be very effective in therapy. I like to first provide my client with the tools to control the anger outburst by removing him/herself from the situation. This is extremely important because in that stage of flooded emotion, the person cannot think logically or rationally. No one can. Secondly, and most importantly, underneath the anger lies many other emotions, and in most cases, the source emotion is fear. I help my clients peel back these layers and identify all the emotions that are attached to the anger; be it guilt, sadness, insecurities, shame, or fear.

Petra Kaufmann, BSc, MD, MMFT
Anger Therapist

Petra Kaufmann, BSc, MD, MMFT

Individual, Couple and Family Therapist

In R3G 1G7 - Nearby to Rosser.

Anger that is poorly managed can be detrimental to success in all areas of life, including school, work and relationships. If you or your child are struggling to manage feelings of anger, and would like to learn ways of managing that anger, therapy can help. As an experienced individual, couple and family therapist, I provide a safe, supportive environment for individuals of all ages, and work collaboratively with clients to help them find ways to express anger in healthier ways.

Seijiro Tsuchi, M.Ed, CCC
Anger Therapist

Seijiro Tsuchi, M.Ed, CCC

Registered Clinical Counsellor

In R3T 0W5 - Nearby to Rosser.

Anger is not something you can get rid of. It is a normal, healthy emotion shared by all people everywhere. When it gets out of hand, though, anger can become destructive and lead to all sorts of personal problems. While you can’t cure anger, you can manage the intensity and effect it has upon you. Effective therapeutic strategies exist for managing anger and can help you become less reactive. You can even learn to develop more patience in the face of people and situations you cannot control. Many therapeutic strategies are available to help you deal with anger issues. Some of these include: Focus on problem-solving Improvements in communication skills

Douglas Hanson, MA, CCC, CCRC
Anger Therapist

Douglas Hanson, MA, CCC, CCRC

Psychotherapist

In R3L 0G6 - Nearby to Rosser.

Anger is a natural response to a perceived threat. However, it is how we react to anger that causes us problems. When anger is not controlled, you, your loved ones, and others suffer. Uncontrollable rage may result in the mental or even physical abuse of those you care about. This may include traumatizing your child(ren) and threatening the stability of your family. After the event you may experience low self esteem, self contempt, low self worth and depression. Fortunately therapy has helped many people like you stop the pain that anger brings. You can learn new, non-destructive responses to anger. You will be able to understand and resolve its source, and develop positive healthy responses.....

Gerry Pettyjohn, MA, CSRT
Anger Therapist

Gerry Pettyjohn, MA, CSRT

Certified Sexual Recovery Therapist

In R3V 1A5 - Nearby to Rosser.

When a person is not in touch with his/her emotions, the feelings get "dumped" into one big emotional pot and the only emotion that comes out is anger. I help you identify and express emotions in a way that will help you to overcome anger. I also guide you through anger exercises to purge anger and reach a healthy destination where you can forgive those who have done wrong to you.

Susan Wenzel, MA;  AASECT
Anger Therapist

Susan Wenzel, MA; AASECT

Relationship and Certified Sex-Therapist

In R3C 2B4 - Nearby to Rosser.

Being angry is not necessarily a bad thing. It’s when anger escalates to the point that it has a negative effect on us and the people around us that it becomes detrimental to ourselves and our relationships. When you feel out of control, when you become abusive, feelings of shame, regret, and guilt; that is when it is time to seek help for anger management. Therapeutic process will consist of helping you to identify the root cause of your anger. It could be caused by current factors or a past family history. Sometime people are not aware of what or why they are so anger. My work with you will consist of helping you identify the triggers. You will also become aware of the emotions or feeling prior....

Mary-Ann Roy, BFA; MA
Anger Therapist

Mary-Ann Roy, BFA; MA

Certified Counselling Therapist

In R3B 3K6 - Nearby to Rosser.

Anger comes in many forms. It is an emotion that triggers fear in relationships and situations. Whether it is tearing apart families, friends or even causing damage in the workplace, I have guided everyone who needs to work through the anger so that it became not only manageable but understood and, therefore, powerless to cause the chaos and pain it once did.



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Rosser is located in Manitoba, Canada. It has a land area of 441.56 square kilometers.  The population of Rosser is 1,372 people with 453 households . The population ranking for Rosser is #1739 nationally and #115 for the province of Manitoba with a density of 3.10 people per sq km. Rosser therapists serve postal code: R0H.