Anger Management and Counselling in Clearview, ON.

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


Sanjay (Jay) Rao, BSc.,MS Psy.
Anger Therapist

Sanjay (Jay) Rao, BSc.,MS Psy.

Licensed Therapist

In L9C 7N4 - Nearby to Clearview.

Anger is a natural emotion. In moderation it empowers us, allows us to draw boundaries, and protect our rights. On the other hand, excessive anger has the power to be destructive, damage relations, and affect health adversely. Emotionally-Focused Therapy (EFT) can assist with uncovering sources of destructive maladaptive anger and interchange them with more adaptive emotions necessary for emotional needs to be met, alleviate hurt, and begin the process of healing. As a practitioner of EFT, providing vital skills to resolve old wounds and allowing for more effective emotional communication to facilitate unmet needs is my ultimate goal for the client.

Amanda Bacchus, M.S.W., R.M.F.T
Anger Therapist

Amanda Bacchus, M.S.W., R.M.F.T

Registered Marriage and Family Therapist & Social Worker

In L4L 8R3 - Nearby to Clearview.

Everyone experiences feelings of anger. Sometimes it is easier to express feelings of anger then express feelings of hurt, fear, or resentment. However, some expressions of anger can damage relationships, create conflictual situations, and have negative consequences personally, professionally, and physically. In session, you can learn effective strategies on how to express your feelings of anger, learn what is fueling your anger, and identify your triggers. In addition, we can speak about how to manage relationships that are causing you to feel anger.

Shannon Servos, PhD
Anger Therapist

Shannon Servos, PhD

Shannon Servos psychotherapist

In L7R 2E3 - Nearby to Clearview.

Anger is a normal natural feeling at times in ones life, however, it can be paralyzing when it is expressed in a destructive manner. Like most feelings it is never right or wrong to feel angry, but how we behave because of it can be right or wrong. By understanding the underlying causes of anger, an individual can learn a more positive way of handling their negative feelings, which will make one feel better about themselves and their relationships.

Brenda Chan, MDiv., RP
Anger Therapist

Brenda Chan, MDiv., RP

Registered Psychotherapist

In L4Z 2G7 - Nearby to Clearview.

Imagine someone insults you, ridicules you, or neglects your needs - how do you feel? Most of us become angry. Anger is a real emotion we all feel but at times our anger can be immobilizing. At times it can lead us to lash out or to hold back something from someone. Everyone has different ways of expressing it and it is this expression that so often gets us into trouble. It is important to remember that while feeling anger is not always a choice, we can choose what we do with that anger. Learning to manage anger is NOT trying to blunt or suppress feelings; rather, to learn to manage anger is to learn how to express it in a way that invites understanding as well as positive response from others. As your therapist, I can offer you warm and...(view profile to read more)

Karen Zicari, R.P. R.P.C., C.P.C.
Anger Therapist

Karen Zicari, R.P. R.P.C., C.P.C.

Registered Psychotherapist, Registered Professional Counsellor

In L7R 3P8 - Nearby to Clearview.

Anger’s fundamental design is for our protection, to let us know that something is wrong. However, when it develops into a life of its own, consuming our thoughts, relationships and sucking other emotions into it, it can exhaust and destroy, be unpredictable. It may even seem irrational at times but there are always reasons behind it. Contact Karen to track the anger response, discover and deactivate its triggers. With anger returned to its healthy role, life can be under control, more peaceful and enjoyable.

Ingrid Dresher, RP, MSc(hon)
Anger Therapist

Ingrid Dresher, RP, MSc(hon)

Registered Psychotherapist (College of Psychotherapists of Ontario)

In M9R 1Y4 - Nearby to Clearview.

Anger is a primary feeling that signals when we perceive that our boundaries are crossed. It is a normal, healthy response that cannot be avoided in relationships. Like a compass, it gives us direction in relating to those around us. For best outcomes, it is essential to learn to deal with our anger using productive and mindful strategies. The healthy expression of anger is not hurtful, aggressive or repressed. Rather, it can be used to deal with conflict and set the parameters for negotiating in healthy ways, making room for everyone’s needs.

David Fairweather
Anger Therapist

David Fairweather

Certified Psychotherapist

In L4L 1A6 - Nearby to Clearview.

Understanding the roots of your anger can go a long way to empowering you to respond in ways that best suit the situation, leaving you feeling satisfied and content, rather than reacting in ways that feel the most relieving in that moment but leave you regretting your behavior, long after the event. I can help you learn to express your feelings more appropriately and take back the power that anger has had over you in the past.

Anna Marson, M.A., RP, CCC, Heartfulness Psychotherapy
Anger Therapist

Anna Marson, M.A., RP, CCC, Heartfulness Psychotherapy

Psychotherapist

In M8V 3Y3 - Nearby to Clearview.

I specialize in working with emotion regulation difficulties, such as anger and other concerns. My work is largely informed by Mindfulness-Based Cognitive Therapy (MBCT) and Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) which centre on exploring the relationship one has with their thoughts, emotions, and physical sensations in order to cultivate increased awareness and choice in their responses while getting away from automatic (and often problematic) ways of reacting. This approach involves exploring the source of the anger and teaching clients relaxation strategies to help them express and process their emotions in a safe manner so that they are no longer repressed and causing the clients difficulty

Mary Fulford-Winsor, Registered Psychotherapist
Anger Therapist

Mary Fulford-Winsor, Registered Psychotherapist

Registered Psychotherapist-Individuals and Couples/Marriage Counselling

In M5A 4K2 - Nearby to Clearview.

Anger is one of the many ways that we communicate to ourselves and others: it is power,it is passion and it is pain. Unfortunately,in its' expression,it often drives people away and then we are alone and have no one to communicate our feelings to.Sometimes this makes us even more angry and we turn that upset inwards against ourselves or outwards at random things,strangers and loved ones.Fortunately,we can find out what is underneath that anger and learn new ways of expressing it.Together we will look at what fuels the cycles that you find yourself caught in.Anger doesn't have to be the end of relationships:the feelings underneath, when expressed differently,can lead to a whole new closeness.

John Shippam, MCC. Professional counsellor
Anger Therapist

John Shippam, MCC. Professional counsellor

Master of Counselling. Registered Counsellor.

In L9T 6C9 - Nearby to Clearview.

Do you feel like you fail every time you get angry? If you had paid for an anger management course you might be really sore about paying for it and then finding out that you continue to get angry! How about finding out what makes you angry and why it makes you angry through an Understanding Your Own Anger course! In the course you find out what makes you personally tick. Not what makes others tick, but you personally and specifically.

Allan Findlay, MSW, RSW
Anger Therapist

Allan Findlay, MSW, RSW

Registered Clinical Social Worker, Certified EFT Couple and Family Therapist

In M4R 1A3 - Nearby to Clearview.

Almost all couples quarrel from time to time. Sometimes one or both have anger that is out of control. Respectful quarrelling is a normal part of all relationships. It helps us understand different viewpoints and negotiate a compromise. Knowing how to resolve differences calmly without hurting your partner’s feelings, is a critical skill for a satisfying long lasting relationship. I will help you take the first step to learning how to how to de-escalate disrespectful conflict. Each of you will learn about what your partners cue is that triggers you and calm yourself and know how not to trigger your partner. Learning to stop your negative pattern you will become partners and stay connected.

Ken Peters, RP, CTP Dipl, CAPT (Member)
Anger Therapist

Ken Peters, RP, CTP Dipl, CAPT (Member)

Registered Psychotherapist

In M5R 1V9 - Nearby to Clearview.

I provide a contained and confidential space to assist you in expressing and processing your anger, which can help to discharge the emotion and relieve tension. I can also help you to explore and better understand the underlying roots of your anger, such as repressed fear or unresolved grief. This can help you to move beyond anger and into new ways of experiencing life.

Joyce Li, PMP, MCC
Anger Therapist

Joyce Li, PMP, MCC

Counsellor/Coach

In L4Z 1S2 - Nearby to Clearview.

Anger is your friend and your foe. Anger, being a strong emotion, moves you to action. Acting on impulse, this strong emotion can cause damages to relationships, physical destruction and mental distress. If anger is not managed properly, it affects both self and others. The good news is: anyone can learn anger management skills that enable us to befriend this strong emotion and turn it to work for us instead of against us. Joyce can help you manage anger so that you feel less stressed and become the best person you can be; enjoying your relationships and excelling in your personal and professional life. Book Joyce to learn how to manage your anger before it controls you.



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Clearview is located in Ontario, Canada. It has a land area of 557.10 square kilometers.  The population of Clearview is 14,151 people with 5,335 households . The population ranking for Clearview is #291 nationally and #106 for the province of Ontario with a density of 25.40 people per sq km. Clearview therapists serve postal code: L6J.