Anger Management and Counseling in Bloomfield Hills, MI.

Therapy and counseling for anger issues, self control and stress management in Bloomfield Hills, Michigan. Find effective help for real change.


Anger Therapist

Tameka Arnold, LMSW, SSW

Clinical Therapist, School Social Worker

Within driving distance of Bloomfield Hills

Certified Anger Management Classes are provided to Teens and Adults by a Certified Anger Management Specialist. Classes focus on emotional skill building and increasing coping skills. Clients are encouraged to identify their triggers, increase their awareness of feelings and learn techniques to change their reactions to triggers. Classes are 8 weeks and each session is one hour long. Call for days and times.

Anger Therapist

Thomas Bruno, LLP

Specialist in Clinical Pyschology

Within driving distance of Bloomfield Hills

I have worked in the field of Anger Management for at least for 15 years working with couples, individuals, and families. I have worked a lot with the court systems and individuals who are gotten into with the legal system. We dig into what individuals have learned from their families of origin and how we can use new tools to have a better way of dealing with life.

Anger Therapist

Debbra Bronstad, LMFT

Licensed Marriage & Family Therapist

Within driving distance of Bloomfield Hills

Are you a Christian struggling with anger? Did you know that feeling angry is not a sin? Anger is meant to be like the warning light on our car dashboard letting us know that something is wrong in a relationship. Sometimes, we get too easily angered because our warning signal has become overly sensitive. This can happen in abusive or traumatic childhood situations when there was harsh or unfair punishment. The anger that was originally justified can become a seething resentment and sometimes an unconscious vow to never again feel that same sense of powerlessness and vulnerability. The key to anger management is to resolve the pain of the past, giving you greater freedom and self control.

Anger Therapist

Franklin Sollars, and Associates

Licensed Psychologist

Within driving distance of Bloomfield Hills

Our therapists utilize psychological therapeutic techniques by which someone with excessive or uncontrollable anger and aggression can control or reduce the triggers, degrees, and effects of an angered emotional state. Anger management techniques include relaxation techniques, cognitive restructuring, problem solving, and improving communication strategies.

Anger Therapist

Dorene Lilley, MA, LLP

Masters Level Psychologist

Within driving distance of Bloomfield Hills

Anger is destructive to relationships, both in the work place and at home. Many times expressed anger is a form of defensiveness against the hurts of life. In therapy, we will explore your history of anger outbursts, discuss the difference between rage and anger and explore the other 2 major emotions; glad and sad. Resources used include The Anger Workbook by Les Carter and The Lies you Believe and the Truths You Must Believe by C. Thurman. I encourage journaling and role-playing. In order to stop a certain behavior, one needs to learn to replace with healthier behaviors. Patterns of relating and living are explored and help will be offered to change and replace unhealthy anger patterns.

Anger Therapist

Marilyn Kistler, MA, LPC, NCC

Licensed Professional Counselor

Within driving distance of Bloomfield Hills

Anger is a God-given emotion that was given to us to be able to identify things that are not ok and provide the energy needed to make the necessary changes. Unfortunately, we tend to use our anger as a weapon against others rather than a tool to resolve issues. I will work with you to identify what type of anger you struggle with and what triggers it. Together, we will plan a strategy to recognize anger before it gets out of control, diffuse or redirect it, and look for ways to deal with the underlying problem in a way that doesn’t hurt others but deals with the real issue.

Anger Therapist

Michael Govan, MA, LLP, LPC, LSGC, EMDR II

Licensed Professional Counselor

Within driving distance of Bloomfield Hills

What I do often when helping clients with anger management issues is to go back and see what emotional wounds are left unhealed. Sometimes, their are large gaps in the emotional needs that have never properly been met. This is usually where I find the "Real" problem that has turned out to look like an anger problem. Recently over a three week period I helped an adolescent girl resolve a past issue that left her looking oppositional and defiant. Now she is making peace with her mom!!! You can heal too!!!

Anger Therapist

Chandler Fleming, L.M.S.W.

Clinical Therapist

Within driving distance of Bloomfield Hills

People are often surprised when I tell them anger itself isn't good or bad. Like a hammer, it is a tool that can be used for the good or bad, to build or destroy. Anger alerts us to take inventory of our emotions. What is happening to evoke the anger? Why am I so angry? What is an appropriate way to handle the anger? I will work with you to answer these questions and to develop a plan so that you are managing your anger rather than the anger managing you.

Anger Therapist

Kim Snyder, MS, LPC, NCC, DCC

Counselor

Within driving distance of Bloomfield Hills

The Lord says, "Be Angry and sin not." Being angry isn't the problem. It's what we do with our anger that is. For many, how they have displayed their anger has created more damage to their relationships than whatever they were originally upset about. I work with many clients struggling with anger, with a goal to not just divert your anger but to dissolve it. All things are possible with God.

Anger Therapist

Thomas Cliff, JD, LMSW

Licensed Clinical Social Worker

Within driving distance of Bloomfield Hills

Most of us feel anger sometimes. How we experience and express anger determines whether it will present problems. Seeing the phrase "anger management," we think of controlling impulses and avoiding outbursts. Such control is fundamentally important when angry impulses cause us problems. Clients and I practice ways to put some space between feeling and reaction for this purpose. But there is more to managing anger. Sometimes people do not express it, but try to hold it in. Some claim to feel anger rarely, if ever. Anger is a legitimate emotion, and expressing it is important to health. We work together to find ways to express it constructively, not destructively.

Anger Therapist

Joe Kort, Ph.D., MSW

Licensed Social Worker

Within driving distance of Bloomfield Hills

You cannot have high self-esteem and be angry at the same time. The lower your self-esteem, the more vulnerable you are to being angry. Showing your anger in reactive ways doesn't communicate what you really are trying to say. We teach clients how to raise their self-esteem and how what angers them is related to something they believe about themselves. We also offer cognitive-behavioral tools to help individuals and couples address, express and feel their anger.

Anger Therapist

Stephanie Sachs, LPC

Licensened Psychotherapist

Within driving distance of Bloomfield Hills

If you are reading this, you or someone you know, is showing anger in ways that interfere with daily living, straining relationships, and perhaps in trouble with the law. Anger reaches these levels when someone does not understand why they feel so angry. It happens when someone lacks: coping skills, communication and relationship skills, the ability to see things in other ways (such as putting themselves in someone else's shoes). Anger gets out of control when a person or people cannot find solutions or ways to change the circumstances. Often, what one lacks is an understanding of Self! This is where a lot of self-injury (cutting, burning) and suicidal ideation stems from. Find understanding

Anger Therapist

Laura Mindell, MA LPC NCC

Licensed Professional Counselor

Within driving distance of Bloomfield Hills

I am a psychotherapist who understands life can feel like a daily struggle. No one should have to endure these feelings alone. I compassionately listen and support clients as well as offer a therapeutic relationship that provides clients the opportunity to emotionally move forward and bring a healthy balance back into their lives. Counseling empowers clients to gain healthy coping skills, experience self care and process new ways to work through personal difficulties. Understanding feelings behind anger allow clients to feel more relaxed, have increased energy, feel less stressed, become motivated, experience satisfaction in relationships, and cope with difficulties in life easier.



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Bloomfield Hills is located in Oakland County, Michigan. It has a land area of 4.96 square miles and a water area of 0.07 square miles.  The population of Bloomfield Hills is 4,004 people with 1,277 households and a median annual income of $172,768. .


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