Anger Management and Counselling in Oakville, ON.

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


Bayridge Counselling Centre- Oakville
Anger Therapist

Bayridge Counselling Centre- Oakville

Individual, Couples, and Family Counselling

345 Lakeshore Road, East, Unit 309, Oakville, Ontario L6J 1J4 | 905-319-1488

Anger is a completely normal, often healthy human emotion. But if it gets beyond your control, it can be very destructive in your work and interpersonal relationships and can drastically devastate the quality of your life. Fortunately, anger can be 'managed' which is very different than 'suppressing' it. Unexpressed anger leads to a host of other problems including high blood pressure. However, when we learn how to 'manage' our anger, we can learn to diminish both the emotional feelings and the physiological arousal that anger causes. We can learn to avoid triggers and develop strategies. We can learn how to problem solve, change our thinking and relax our bodies.

Julianne Maslabey, RP,RMFT
Anger Therapist

Julianne Maslabey, RP,RMFT

Registered Psychotherapist, Registered Marriage & Family Therapist

460 Brant St, Suite 200, Burlington, Ontario L7R 4B6 | 289 962-1107

Anger is a normal emotion for all of us. There are legitimate reasons why we get angry. However, the way we express our anger can often lead to destructive patterns in our relationships. I use a holistic approach to anger management that explores the emotions and thoughts that drive your anger as well as identlfying alternate behaviours. I will help you learn strategies to help you express your feelings in a way heals rather than hurts your significant relationships.

Luisa Anoja, MSW, RSW, RP
Anger Therapist

Luisa Anoja, MSW, RSW, RP

Registered Social Worker and Registered Psychotherapist

235 Lakeshore Road East, Oakville, Ontario L6J 1H7 | 289-837-3227

Anger is a natural and important emotion that informs us of our inner needs that are not being met. It helps us affirm and defend our rights. Often though, it is not our anger that becomes problematic, it is our outward expression of that anger. Do you express it in an affirmative and productive way? Or is it expressed in an aggressive and violent way? If so, you're probably not getting your needs met and you are most likely experiencing difficulties in your relationship as a result. I can help give you strategies on how to better express your anger while maintaining your integrity and your relationships. I work with children, teens and adults who need practical tools to manage their anger.

Jonathan Christink, B.A., M.Ed.
Anger Therapist

Jonathan Christink, B.A., M.Ed.

345 Lakeshore Rd East, Unit 309, Oakville, Ontario L6J 1J4 | 905 319 1488

Anger management is a series of preventative and reactionary steps that help us regulate our emotions. While anger management is about executing these skills, the successful implementation depends on a foundational understanding of what anger is and how it operates in one’s life. Without understanding angers unique roots for each individual, anger management techniques become especially challenging to implement. My approach to anger management involves establishing a foundational understanding of anger by examining personal underlying fears and needs. With this foundation set, the individual is able to integrate a personal understanding of anger consistently with strategies and techniques.

Sarah Schlote, MA, RP, CCC, SEP
Anger Therapist

Sarah Schlote, MA, RP, CCC, SEP

Registered Psychotherapist, Canadian Certified Counsellor, Somatic Experiencing Practitioner

5420 Highway 6 North, rooms 338-351 (East Entrance), Guelph, Ontario N1H 6J2 | 519-265-4681

Whether you struggle with explosive anger; tend to be reactive and defensive or take things too personally; find yourself feeling resentful, bitter or irritable; tend to collapse or give up in the face of conflict; or bottle things up only to have them resurface later in inappropriate ways, our team can help. Accepting your feelings and body sensations as valuable information; identifying the underlying causes, triggers, and cues of your anger; learning emotion and impulse regulation skills; expressing your feelings and needs more effectively; and setting healthy boundaries assertively are important skills to help you understand, embody and channel your anger in healthy ways.

Bruce Taylor, B.A., B.Ed., M.A., M.Div.
Anger Therapist

Bruce Taylor, B.A., B.Ed., M.A., M.Div.

Individual Couple Family Counsellor, Sex Addiction Counsellor

38 Boreham Drive, Arkell (Guelph), Ontario N0B 1C0 | 519.824.1888

Anger is like an iceberg. It is only the tip. The other nine-tenths remains hidden and unknown. We need to connect with the nine-tenths, or the primary feelings such as hurt, pain, guilt, shame and fear. I will work with you to unearth your primary feelings and to devise alternative ways to manage your feelings. A good book for you to read is Hold Me Tight by Susan Johnson, especially the chapter "Recognizing the Demon Dialogues."

Sherry Van Blyderveen, Ph.D.
Anger Therapist

Sherry Van Blyderveen, Ph.D.

Clinical and Counseling Psychologist

400 Main Street East, Suite 210, Milton, Ontario L9T 4X5 | 905-878-5050

Therapy for anger management can be helpful for both your close relationships and the workplace. Therapy integrates strategies to regulate emotion, tolerate distress, and express frustrations in a manner that is respectful. If your anger difficulties occur exclusively within the context of a romantic relationship, couple’s therapy or therapy with a couple’s therapist can be particularly helpful. New Leaf Psychology Centre also offers anger management therapy for children and youth.

Clairelise Folch, MA, RP,  OACCPP
Anger Therapist

Clairelise Folch, MA, RP, OACCPP

Certified Counsellor and Registered Psychotherapist

1401 Golden Meadow Trail, Oakville, Ontario L6H 3H1 | 905-842-3626

Anger is an emotion that often comes up when we feel threatened, provoked or feel resentful about painful experiences. It is a normal emotion like any other. Imagine it to be a source of energy, and we need to find the safest way to diffuse, transform and use that energy efficiently. I can help you understand, manage and self-regulate your angry feelings, and that will empower you to better control angry reactions and turn them into solution focused responses.

Krystle Pierre, RP, CCC, MSc
Anger Therapist

Krystle Pierre, RP, CCC, MSc

Registered Psychotherapist

1011 Upper Middle Rd E, Oakville, Ontario L6H 4L2 | 905-849-9915

Anger is a normal reaction that all human experience, however, it becomes a problems when it is interfering with our relationships and functioning. My approach to anger management is to help clients uncover the underlying issues that may be fueling the anger. In addition, utilizing more mindful and compassionate practices to silence the anger and increase more productive self-talk and communication patterns.

John Henderson, B.Sc., M.Div., M.Th., RMFT, RP
Anger Therapist

John Henderson, B.Sc., M.Div., M.Th., RMFT, RP

Registered Psychotherapist, Couple & Sex Therapist

116 Thomas Street, Oakville, Ontario L6J 3A8 | 905 847-0955

Anger management is needed when anger becomes a problem in school, the workplace, your relationships and/or family. Anger is a natural human emotion, often signalling something needs to change. The problem for most of us humans, is that when really angry, our problem solving is often reduced and all we do is blame, verbally attack or spew anger to those around us, making relationships difficult. It's important to learn strategies to keep your anger in check and develop healthy outlets for your anger. There may also be medical (see your doctor), and psychological (depression) factors that can contribute to anger. Counselling can help.

Ingrid Dresher, RP, MSc(hon)
Anger Therapist

Ingrid Dresher, RP, MSc(hon)

Registered Psychotherapist (College of Psychotherapists of Ontario)

Eglinton and Kipling (two minutes east of Highway 427), Etobicoke, Ontario M9R 1Y4 | (416) 487-9129

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.

Lindsay Simmons, MSW, RSW
Anger Therapist

Lindsay Simmons, MSW, RSW

Clinical Social Worker/Therapist

384 Guelph Line, Burlington, Ontario L7N 3C6 | 9058028136

Anger outbursts in children, youth and adults can often have underlying causes. This is why I believe that thorough assessment is essential when working with individuals who need help with their anger. Following assessment, I use a two-pronged approach to anger management, I start by helping clients understand what their anger triggers are and then we focus on learning new ways to manage their anger.

Henry Gulabh, M.A., RP, (C) OACCPP, (C) ICADC
Anger Therapist

Henry Gulabh, M.A., RP, (C) OACCPP, (C) ICADC

Certified Counsellor/ Certified Addictions Therapist

345 Lakeshore Road E, Suite 208,, Oakville, Ontario L6J 1J5 | 905 526-1914

In my experience of conducting the Men's Anti-violence groups, I can help with "self-regulation" of negative and highly charged feelings of anger and resentment, both in intimate family and work-related areas. My focus is to help people with a "hot-temper" or "short-fuse" by identifying and isolating feelings that may originate and reside in negative family dynamics where "injustice" and unfairness often are at the root of such "pent-up" unexpressed feelings. Or, you were "not allowed" to express such natural and valid feelings. Effective new "habits" are learned as are ways to "control" this reflexive and impulsive behaviour. I have seen positive and healthy change come about as a result.



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Oakville is located in Ontario, Canada. It has a land area of 138.89 square kilometers.  The population of Oakville is 193,832 people with 66,269 households . The population ranking for Oakville is #27 nationally and #12 for the province of Ontario with a density of 1395.60 people per sq km. Oakville therapists serve postal code: L6H.