Anger Management and Counselling in London, ON.

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


Patricia Berendsen, RMFT, RSW, RP, SEP
Anger Therapist

Patricia Berendsen, RMFT, RSW, RP, SEP

Psychotherapist, Registered Marriage and Family Therapist

474 King St., London, Ontario N6B 1T1 | 519 619 8801

Anger is an essential emotion. It lets us know what is important. Sometimes, the intensity of anger can be upsetting. Anger management is more about anger awareness. Learning how to manage intense feelings is helpful in both family and work environments. By becoming aware of seemingly insignificant triggers, you can avoid an very significant outburst. Counselling can help you transform anger as the enemy to anger as your ally.

Adela Gorodzinsky, R.P M.Ed., CBT, CCC, TIRF, COSF
Anger Therapist

Adela Gorodzinsky, R.P M.Ed., CBT, CCC, TIRF, COSF

Certified Canadian Counsellor, Registered Psychotherapist

404 Whisker Court, London, Ontario N5X 4L3 | 519.642.1966

What do you do when things just do NOT seem fair? Do you go inwards, blaming yourself, or "keep your feelings in" because you do not know what to do, or are scared of saying or doing something? Does your head hurt, do you clench your jaw, or do you feel 'depressed'? Have you found yourself reacting in anger, yelling, screaming, throwing things around, punching walls and even hurting other people, specially your loved ones and then regretting it? Are any of the above behaviours getting you into trouble? Adela can facilitate your anger management. Learn to express how you feel in a constructive, compassionate, non-violent way. Reconstruct your relationships and be trusted again!

Chris Chmielewski, MSW, RSW,MA
Anger Therapist

Chris Chmielewski, MSW, RSW,MA

Psychotherapist; Registered Clinical Social Worker

186 Albert St., Ste 206, London, Ontario N6A 1M1 | 519-235-4845

A.M. is mainly a misnomer: “anger” is a natural emotion and normal response to real or imagined injury/threats. It can support our making and keeping essential personal boundaries. Such anger is usually short-lived. Anger that results in impulsive harmful abusive acts and lasts, is better described as rage. Rage stems from severe early life traumas: extensive abandonment, need deprivation, violence, sexual abuse, chronic chaos, likely combined with individual vulnerability factors. Some programs and self-help may not successfully address rage.Depending on degree of self-awareness, motivation, capacity for self-regulation and taking responsibility, this problem can be helped by psychotherapy

Lynda Martens, MSc. RP, RMFT
Anger Therapist

Lynda Martens, MSc. RP, RMFT

Registered Psychotherapist, Registered Marriage and family Therapist

Devonshire Ave (Wortley Village Area), London, Ontario N6C 2H9 | 519-852-2113

I have worked in a group setting with men who have power and control issues. I believe in safety in families, and compassion for all. The work starts with taking responsibility for our actions and the effects they have on others. I believe people are capable of change and therapy can be an invitation to growth in responsibility, empathy and behaviour change. I would address the emotional root of the problem and help you understand why anger leads to aggression.

Sharron Carson, RP
Anger Therapist

Sharron Carson, RP

Registered Psychotherapist

Available for Online Therapy

Everyone experiences anger at times but don’t necessarily recognize that anger is a secondary emotion; a reaction to other underlying emotions. Emotions management is vital to being successful in the world and having the ability to have healthy relationships and achieve our goals. In our sessions together we will explore underlying emotions, their root causes, and learn to identify triggers and more effectively manage emotions and reactions. If you are struggling with anger/emotions management and would like to learn strategies to help you cope better, please book a free consultation.

Peter Dikih, H.B.Sc., M.Ed., R.P.
Anger Therapist

Peter Dikih, H.B.Sc., M.Ed., R.P.

Counsellor and Registered Psychotherapist

151B York Street, London, Ontario N6A 1A8 | 519 461-1221

There are many reasons why people get angry. Being able to feel angry is normal and healthy. However, how people respond to anger determines if they are being appropriate or not. Through anger management counselling, I can help you understand the source of your anger, how to respond to anger effectively and appropriately, and how to enjoy your life is such a way that your feelings serve to communicate awareness of your environment versus controlling your thoughts and behaviour. Through counselling you can become "in control" versus being controlling. I can help you to resolve conflict effectively and to express yourself assertively versus passively or aggressively.

Kristie Brassard, MSW, RSW
Anger Therapist

Kristie Brassard, MSW, RSW

Registered Social Worker | Psychotherapist

London, Ontario N5V 0A2 | 1-844-591-9892

Anger can be a strong emotion. When used in an unproductive way, anger can harm us (i.e. self-criticism, self-injury), and harm our relationships (i.e. blaming, criticism, aggression, inflexibility). However, when this feeling is used in a healthy way, it can give us some important information about boundaries, needs & expectations. It can also help to motivate us to make necessary changes. In therapy, we can work together to get a handle on anger and harness that energy in healthy, helpful ways. If you're wanting to find ways to manage your anger, book a consultation or session with one of our clinicians to get started now! www.kaleidoscopecounsellingco.com

Keeping Peace Counselling, RP
Anger Therapist

Keeping Peace Counselling, RP

Registered Psychotherapist

Available for Online Therapy

No one WANTS to be angry. Anger is a secondary emotion - meaning, it's a symptom of another emotion that you are dealing with through anger. Often when we feel an emotion that is too overwhelming for us to manage, we react with anger, which lets us avoid that original emotion. Managing your anger will mean that we explore what that original emotion is, help you to identify what caused it, and how you can tolerate it without utilizing anger. Sessions will also allow you to express your feelings in a safe, supportive environment, without judgment, perhaps for the first time.

Philip Starkman, MSW, RSW
Anger Therapist

Philip Starkman, MSW, RSW

Registered Psychotherapist

Available for Online Therapy

A response to life's events falls upon a continuum from neutral to highly-reactive. At times anger, Gandhi called it "Righteous Indignation," is necessary to respond to injustices or inappropriate behaviours. However, uncontrolled, inappropriate anger is destructive to one's self and others. Mindfulness and Metta (Loving Kindness) meditations are excellent tools to deal with anger. Emotional Freedom Technique (EFT) also called Tapping, along with skillful use of affirmations can help to cool the fires of anger. The benefits of anger management lead to a regulating of emotions and thus a gaining of peace of mind, positive relationships, career and family security.

David Grand, MSW, RSW, PhD(c)
Anger Therapist

David Grand, MSW, RSW, PhD(c)

Registered Social Worker

1135 Adelaide Street (North), London, Ontario N5Y 5K7 | 519-640-5252

When anger and rage is out of control it is important to reach out for support. I help clients with developing a better understanding of anger in order to regain control. Below the surface of anger often exists other unresolved emotions and experiences that we may need help navigating. As we begin to better understand ourselves and the reasons that anger becomes activated, it is possible to develop the skills and self-awareness necessary to feel more calmness. It is possible to learn how to navigate life’s stressful circumstances without the destructive impacts of unmanaged anger.

Fern Banner, Fern Banner, M.A., RP, RMFT-S
Anger Therapist

Fern Banner, Fern Banner, M.A., RP, RMFT-S

Registered Psychotherapist, Registered Marriage & Family Therapist - Supervisor, Certified Sex Therapist - Supervisor

649 Colborne Street, Suite #100, London, Ontario N6A 3Z2 | (519) 868-7874

Anger management counseling can help to identify stressors and learn the steps to stay calm in the face of anger. The goal is to handle tense situations in more constructive and positive ways by reducing the emotional and physical arousal that anger can cause. It will provide the tools to take back your life and resolve the triggers that result in unplanned anger reactions.

Nancy VanderSchaaf, MEd., Ph.D., CCC
Anger Therapist

Nancy VanderSchaaf, MEd., Ph.D., CCC

Clinical Counsellor

Westmount, London, Ontario N6J 3Y6 | 519-318-4656

While anger management programs are helpful, most never get to the root of the individual's personal issues or triggers. I work with both men and women to realize learned behaviour and personal belief systems that continue to cause problems. I will work with you on your own individual triggers that lead to anger and help you learn how to better identify and change the thoughts and feelings that are leading to the angry behaviour.

Gladys Funk, MSW, RSW, BEd
Anger Therapist

Gladys Funk, MSW, RSW, BEd

Registered Social Worker

217 Wharncliffe Road South, London, Ontario N6J 2L2 | 519 671 7921

Anger is a natural emotion for all humans, but we can find ourselves sometimes overwhelmed with more anger than we feel we can handle, where we realize that we are out of balance and cannot seem to control our behaviour. As a therapist, I can support you through this experience, with an approach of compassion and lack of judgment, to understanding the origin of the anger and replacing it with a healthy balance of emotional expression.

Kristen Wilson, M.A., R.P., C.C.C.
Anger Therapist

Kristen Wilson, M.A., R.P., C.C.C.

Registered Psychotherapist

302-408 Queens Avenue, London, Ontario N6B 1X9 | 548-888-5390

In my approach to managing anger and emotional regulation issues, I work with the individual to understand how childhood experiences and unmet needs contribute to the presenting issues. Through this understanding, we can develop new communication methods so you have new tools to address your concerns. I also encourage my clients to develop a strong sense of self-compassion so they can learn to forgive themselves when old patterns emerge, which can then provide guidance on what the person needs in their life.

Robert Simms, MSW, RSW
Anger Therapist

Robert Simms, MSW, RSW

Registered Social Worker

768 Maitland St, London, Ontario N5Y 3H5 | 416-432-3070

My work with anger management is usually with men. And in my experience, they are usually experiencing covert depression (you are feeling depression, but you express as anger and don't realize that is what you are doing). Men will often use anger as a shield from the shame and stigma that many men feel about sadness. I will work you with on identifying, feeling, processing, and communicating emotions so that we can deal with the real issues under the anger. I'll also provide skills and tools to help you to regulate your emotions.

Kelly Appleby, MSW, RSW
Anger Therapist

Kelly Appleby, MSW, RSW

Registered Social Worker, Psychotherapist

111 Waterloo Street, Suite 301, London, Ontario N6B 2M4 | (226) 378-5515

Anger is a normal and important emotion that provides us with clues about emotions, thoughts, experiences, and behaviours that need to be explored and understood. Anger is a secondary emotion which means that there are often softer more vulnerable emotions that lie beneath the experience and expression of anger. In the context of a safe and non-judgemental counselling relationship, you can begin to explore the roots of your anger, understand how your anger has likely acted to protect you in may situations, and learn new strategies and tools to express all emotions, including anger, in a more effective and helpful way.

Michelle Gibson, MSW,RSW
Anger Therapist

Michelle Gibson, MSW,RSW

Registered Social Worker and Psychotherapist

18 Becher St, London, Ontario N6C 1A3 | 15199133201

Emotions can run deep and overwhelm our system. Anger, in particular, is one what tends to come fast and flood our system. Anger is often learned in our early life and we hold onto the lessons of this. The good news is that we can unburden ourselves from the hurt anger is often holding which can free you from this cycle. If anger is impacting your life, we can help. Contact us and we can work with you to start this change.

Bianca Uguccioni, RP
Anger Therapist

Bianca Uguccioni, RP

Registered Psychotherapist

Available for Online Therapy

Feelings of anger can sometimes be more accessible and available to us in moments of hurt, disappointment or frustration. At times anger can be triggered by an event or situation and invite you to say or do things that do not align with your preferred way of being. In our work together, we can explore the origins of anger, how it impacts and influences you and how you might want to be in a relationship with anger moving forward. Book a free consultation to explore if we are a good fit.

Russell Stagg, MA, MC, LCT,RP
Anger Therapist

Russell Stagg, MA, MC, LCT,RP

Licensed Counselling Therapist, RP

London, Ontario N6B 3J4 | 519-808-4386

Events in your life do not cause you to be angry. Anger is your response to those events, and I can help you change your response by changing your thinking! I can help you deal better with underlying stress. I can teach you relaxation methods, and I can teach you the techniques of mindfulness to lessen the hold of difficult thoughts and feelings have on you.

Kevin Elliott, RP, MC, B.Sc.
Anger Therapist

Kevin Elliott, RP, MC, B.Sc.

Registered Psychotherapist

3-119 Wortley Rd. , London, Ontario N6C 3P3 | 1-226-700-6330

Anger typically provides a great deal of energy. Sometimes it can fuel us to stand up and say “no” to unfair treatment. However, it can also translate into aggression that can hurt the ones we love and care about, including ourselves. Therapy can be an opportunity to identify the emotions or reasons underlying the anger so we can better communicate when boundaries have been crossed and needs have not been met. Techniques to soothe oneself, exert energy in a positive way and conflict resolution skills are typical directions for therapy. This may improve your relationships with others and yourself, so you can lead a more contented life.

Zell Dharsee, MA, RP, ADHD-CSP, CCTP
Anger Therapist

Zell Dharsee, MA, RP, ADHD-CSP, CCTP

Registered Psychotherapist

Available for Online Therapy

Please note we do provide structured 8-16 session anger management programs if required. If this is court ordered, please have your attorney contact us to discuss the requirements for your case. We approach anger as a symptom of something deeper, and work with you to explore triggers, reactions, and the deeper roots surrounding them. We start with a thorough assessment of your history and relationship to anger to ensure we can deliver interventions and care that takes your unique circumstances into account.

Kathy Nyman Counselling & Psychotherapy, M.Ed., RP
Anger Therapist

Kathy Nyman Counselling & Psychotherapy, M.Ed., RP

Registered Psychotherapist

4992 Colonel Talbot Rd, London, Ontario N6P 1B6 | 519-878-4545

If you experience anger management that is interfering in your work or relationships, I offer a variety of approaches to understand not only the sources of anger, but also tailored strategies to help you to change your reactions and communicate your needs in productive ways. Types of approaches that might be used include Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR), other somatic approaches and Cognitive Behaviour Therapy.

Maribel Ayala, M.A. Counselling Psychology, RP
Anger Therapist

Maribel Ayala, M.A. Counselling Psychology, RP

Registered Psychotherapist, Canadian Certified Counsellor, Certified EMDR Therapist, and Clinical Counselling Hypnotherapist

Maribel Ayala Psychotherapy and Consulting, 430 Waterloo Street, Main Floor, Unit 101, Ontario N6B 2P2 | 226-984-9398

Anger is a natural emotion and everyone experiences anger at one point or another. It can become problematic if expressed in an aggressive and irrational manner. I assist my clients by guiding them to regulate their anger and behaviour, gain self-awareness to feel more in control of themselves and their emotions, which in turn lead them to have improved relationships and express their anger in a constructive manner.

Barry Johnston-Spooner, M.Ed., R P
Anger Therapist

Barry Johnston-Spooner, M.Ed., R P

Registered Psychotherapist

40 Windsor Avenue in Wortley Village, London, Ontario N6C 1Z7 | 519 686 6822

After four decades as a therapist, I find anger management is still not fully understood. Yes you need to manage your anger. But it’s early childhood experience which has hurt you - hardened you to avoid, dismiss or shove inside any anger: both the Constructive as well as Destructive types. That becomes a false shortcut - as feeling inside for which is which in the moment is a key to healthy assertion. Balance is what we need. In the model I use for working with anger, you can learn first to shift what tends to happen in a present unhappy situation. We’ll then help you distinguish how your past started that pattern. You’ll be able to balance yourself, both in anger and conflict resolution.

Amelia Holden, M.S.W., R.S.W.
Anger Therapist

Amelia Holden, M.S.W., R.S.W.

Registerd Social Worker

8 Edward St, London, Ontario N6C 3H1 | 519-433-0918

Anger is a natural emotion that everyone experiences and should not be viewed as negative but an essential emotion to understand who you are. When anger starts to impact your life negatively it is typically displayed in the way you manage behaviourally and mentally through situations. In therapy, the individual will determine the triggers for the anger, develop healthy coping mechanisms, and record their successes. In essence turning a lion into a kitten.


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