Anger Management and Counseling in Oatfield, OR.

Therapy and counseling for anger issues, self control and stress management in Oatfield, Oregon. Find effective help for real change.


Anger Therapist

Kathie Ray-Annis, LICSW, CRT, CMHP

Licensed Independent Clinical Social Worker

Within driving distance of Oatfield

The inability to control impulses appears to have come to the forefront of today's media attention. Anger is a secondary emotion so the underlying cause needs to be discovered. Once the cause is discovered, then the therapeutic process can begin by initiating the understanding that the individual does have the power of anger control. There are a number of anger management strategies that can be learned, practiced, and successfully mastered.

Anger Therapist

Miles Salisbury, LPC

Licensed Professional Counselor

Within driving distance of Oatfield

Anger and it's triggers are plentiful. Tempering and controlling strong emotion such as this can be extremely difficult, especially if you add in life's frustration, sadness, and other emotions. My approach is to help the patient to release some of these emotions while processing where they might be coming from. Once this insight is gained certain techniques can be taught and used to deal with them on a daily basis as a daily practice.

Anger Therapist

Jon Fox, MS, LPC

Licensed Professional Counselor

Within driving distance of Oatfield

Anger is a valid emotion just like all other emotions. Unfortunately, in our society we don't have great examples for how to express our anger. Anger is also a secondary emotion, meaning that there are usually other primary feelings such as sadness or fear underneath. I will work with you to understand where your anger is coming from, how to manage it, express it constructively, and heal the wounds that are triggering you so that you don't have to continue causing pain to yourself and others in your life.

Anger Therapist

David Anderson, MA, LPC, NCC

LPC (Licensed Professional Counselor)

Within driving distance of Oatfield

Like all emotions, anger has to be clearly identified. Once identified, we begin to work on strategies that reduce and/or eliminate the sometimes explosive outcomes of anger being released. Safety of you and others is of paramount importance, so there is no judgement as to why it happens. We work on desirable and obtainable cognitive and emotional behaviors that will allow you to move forward in a positive direction.

Anger Therapist

Sarah Gregory, MA, LMHCA

MA Professional Counselor

Within driving distance of Oatfield

If you find yourself in situations where you are overwhelmed by your emotions, please know that there is hope for healing and growth in this area. When working with clients who struggle with anger issues, I provide a safe space for clients to experience their strong emotions while getting in touch with the bodily effect these emotions can have. This can be incredibly helpful in identifying the triggers or warning flags that signal an oncoming emotional burst. Then, once you have gotten to know your own body signals more, we can work on addressing how to diffuse those in a healthy way that still honors your feelings. I would be honored to walk with you through this journey.

Anger Therapist

Joseph Schutte, LMFT, QMHP

Licensed Marriage & Family Therapist

Within driving distance of Oatfield

Anger has a significant impact on a life. Whether anger is an outward display of unharnesed rage or an internal attack on yourself, the effects can be devestating. Counseling is an effective tool that can assist you with understanding anger emotions: the origin, triggers, and skills to manage or cope in times of increased anger. Through counseling you ,an learn healthy ways of communicating and reduce the frequency and intensity of explosive anger.

Anger Therapist

Ross Cohen, MA, LPC, LLC

Licensed Professional Counselor

Within driving distance of Oatfield

My approach to anger management is comprehensive. I help you build skills to “manage” your anger; but ultimately this does not get to the source of the issue, which means that you will constantly have to cope with anger as it repeatedly surfaces in your life. My approach focuses on getting at the source of what you are truly angry about, which typically is linked to past traumatic experiences. Processing these experiences with the powerful, yet gentle, trauma processing techniques that I use, can get at the root of your anger issues. My approach also includes building new skills to help avert anger-provoking situations.

Anger Therapist

Danette Buchanan, M.S. LPC

Licensed Professional Counselor

Within driving distance of Oatfield

Anger is a powerful, intense emotion that needs to be expressed. However, many people need to learn how to regulate their anger because they hurt other people and themselves. I help people break down their anger into "smaller" parts in order to better understand where their anger is coming from. I use cognitive behavioral therapy, mindfulness, and spirituality to bring calm and focus to people who feel out of control.

Anger Therapist

Jacqueline Ilana Bradford, MA LMFT (intern) NCC

Marriage Couples and Family Therapist

Within driving distance of Oatfield

I use three basic strategies to treat anger: Relaxation. I use a technique called “progressive relaxation.” We will work together on this technique until you are able to relax. We then will apply this technique to a particular situation that triggers your anger. After you have learned progressive relaxation we will use this in a sequence over and over again until you are able to relax on their own. Cognitive therapy, will helps you find alternative ways of thinking about and reacting to anger. Skill development, is another helpful resource and can help you to learn new behaviors. According to researchers a combination of all three approaches

Anger Therapist

Stacy Henne, MS NCC QMHP

Youth, Individual, Couples and Family Therapist

Within driving distance of Oatfield

Do you find yourself lashing out at those you love? Is your patience dwindling? Has your anger created problems in your relationships? Anger can stem from fear, sadness or frustration created by feeling that we aren't heard by those around us. We will work together to identify the underlying causes of your anger, and develop coping strategies and communication techniques that will allow you to have your emotional needs met.

Anger Therapist

Barry McVay, M.A. - LPC - State of Oregon

Licensed Professional Counselor

Within driving distance of Oatfield

In counseling with me, you will critically explore the conditions of your anger, windows of vulnerability, patterns of escalation, personal triggers, choices of expression and suppression, and subconscious motivations. We will examine both the origins and limitations it creates in your life today. Through these experiences, we will develop a series of strategies and tactics to broaden your choices of emotional expression and develop emotional capacity and resilience.

Anger Therapist

Refresh Therapy, LMFT, LMHC, LMHCA

Licensed Marriage/Family/Mental Health Counselors/Therapists

Within driving distance of Oatfield

We all know what anger is, and we've all felt it: whether as a fleeting annoyance or as full-fledged rage. Anger is a completely normal, usually healthy, human emotion. But when it gets out of control and turns destructive, it can lead to problems—problems at work, in your personal relationships, and in the overall quality of your life. And it can make you feel as though you're at the mercy of an unpredictable and powerful emotion. If you feel that your anger is really out of control, if it is having an impact on your relationships and on important parts of your life, you might consider counseling to learn how to handle it better.

Anger Therapist

Diane Calder, Registered State of Oregon

Clinical Mental Health Counselor, MA

Within driving distance of Oatfield

While some believe that anger is never valid, I believe that clients with anger issues need to address whether responses of anger are the "best" response to the situation. Through counseling, it is these kinds of insights that help people become aware of exactly what they are feeling and learn, most of the time, better ways of dealing with those emotions. That being said, anger that is the result of addictions to drugs or alcohol need to be, first of all, dealt with in an addictions setting. Without addressing the addiction first, progress may be held back or altogether halted.



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Oatfield is located in Clackamas County, Oregon. It has a land area of 3.39 square miles and a water area of 0.00 square miles.  The population of Oatfield is 13,618 people with 5,272 households and a median annual income of $69,744. .


Therapy Affordability Meter for Oatfield, OR

Generally Affordable

Therapists in Oatfield are often within budget with some potential challenges for longer term commitments. Your mental health and well being are a top priority. If accessibility is a concern, ask your counselor about sliding scale fees or inquire about accepted insurance plans