Anger Management and Counselling in Osler, SK.

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


Susan Derry, B.Ed., M.Psy., R.T.C., M.T.C.
Anger Therapist

Susan Derry, B.Ed., M.Psy., R.T.C., M.T.C.

Registered Therapeutic Counsellor

In S7K 2B1 - Nearby to Osler.

Although angry outbursts may feel satisfying and momentarily help you feel powerful, the cost to yourself and your relationships far exceeds that benefit. Feeling angry is not a problem, you probably have good reasons for feeling angry; however, what you choose to do with your anger can become a problem. Learn to empower yourself. Discover what is feeding your anger. Find ways to make choices that reduce the conflict in your life, improve your communication with others, and stabilize your relationships. Get more of what you want and need, increase your personal power and problems solving abilities.

Beverley Dyck, M.A. Counselling Emphasis
Anger Therapist

Beverley Dyck, M.A. Counselling Emphasis

Certified Counsellor, M.A.

In S7M 3H6 - Nearby to Osler.

You will learn about dealing with negative emotions, how they relate to anger and about 4 unhealthy styles that people use with anger. You will recognize the way you tend to use in coping with anger. You will learn to begin to challenge negative thought patterns that bring about angering as well as begin to recognize the early negative pinches and how they can build to anger. You will learn to process these negative feelings and find out what it is that you were expecting and how to take care of yourself in an assertive, healthy way. You will learn that negative emotions can become your friends, helping you to become a fascinating, empowered, passionate person who really makes a difference.

Luke Froese, BA, BSW, RSW
Anger Therapist

Luke Froese, BA, BSW, RSW

Registered Social Worker

In S7N 1B3 - Nearby to Osler.

We all experience anger at different times and in our lives and it is up to us as to how we manage it. Dealing with anger in a positive way and having an appropriate outlet to vent our anger is not always realistic. If you feel you have anger issues and do not know how to control your anger, counselling can be an effective way to change your behaviour. The benefits from counselling include getting the tools to properly deal with your anger, to regulate your emotions and stop yourself before doing something regrettable, to recognize your triggers and understand the underlying issues of your anger.

Dallas Munkholm, BA, BComm Health, RTC, MTC, CPC
Anger Therapist

Dallas Munkholm, BA, BComm Health, RTC, MTC, CPC

Registered Therapeutic Counsellor

In S7K 2B1 - Nearby to Osler.

There is nothing wrong with anger; it is how we express it that can cause problems. Anger is rarely a primary emotion, meaning it is usually not the emotion we feel first. It can be driven by fear, guilt, pain, shame, embarrassment, abandonment, rejection and the list is pretty much endless. Because anger is not rational, just try talking to an angry person and you will soon understand that, we can’t deal directly with the anger. Anger management, for me, is a matter of managing the underlying emotions and trying to understand the whys, and how s of those emotions and what need to we focus on, to stop or limit the problem anger.

Valerie Grenier, M.A
Anger Therapist

Valerie Grenier, M.A

Registered Psychologist

In S7H 1Y4 - Nearby to Osler.

I consider anger to be a secondary emotion; it comes after a primary and more vulnerable emotion such as sadness, fear, hurt, or feeling rejected, alone, or disrespected. Anger becomes a tool, it is used to protect the person from presenting the true emotions underneath. I help clients identify, and express their actual experiences to others in a productive, and healthy way. I also work with clients in finding strategies to decrease their anger so that they can talk and behave from a place that engages their frontal lobe as opposed to their emotional brain. They can then become more rational, logical, and problem-solve better.

Brett Williams, M.Ed
Anger Therapist

Brett Williams, M.Ed

Registered Psychologist (Provisional)

In S7K 2B1 - Nearby to Osler.

Anger is a natural, and important human emotion. It can be motivating and empowering, but it can also be overwhelming and destructive. Expressions of anger become maladaptive when they threaten our personal health and wellbeing, and/or our relationships with others. Becoming familiar with our own anger triggers, patterns, and behaviours can enable us to develop personal interventions to regain control and manage anger in healthier ways.

Dustin Reekie, B.Ed., aC.sE, M.Ed.
Anger Therapist

Dustin Reekie, B.Ed., aC.sE, M.Ed.

Registered Psychologist, CSAT-Candidate

In S7N 0W2 - Nearby to Osler.

Anger is an emotion that exists for a reason. So often in our world, we are taught that anger is unacceptable. Yet, it is often anger that alerts us to fears; that we may be taken advantage of, hurt, or at-risk. As we realize our present level of safety, establish boundaries, and gain better insight into our own emotional states, we begin to be able to address difficulty with anger management. We may have significant wounds from our past that have taught us to be hypervigilant of risk. Valid resentments from our past may be represented in symbolic elements of our daily life we do not realize. Also, our greatest fears may be what spur our anger. Together, we can address anger.

Jan Nerenberg, RN(ret.), RP, CPC, MA
Anger Therapist

Jan Nerenberg, RN(ret.), RP, CPC, MA

Registered Psychotherapist/ Certified Professional Counsellor/EMDR Therapist

In S7H 0S2 - Nearby to Osler.

Underneath anger, is often hurt, pain and fear. Using cognitive behavioural therapy, create changes in behaviour will assist the person to gain some control back. Looking at the reasons for the anger, by examining past attachment injuries, abuse or other unprocessed trauma will support more lasting changes. By using an integrated approach, and the benefits of EMDR (eye movement reprocessing and desensitization), will help process the unresolved issues leading to the anger.

Michelle Morand, Online, Phone and In Person Support
Anger Therapist

Michelle Morand, Online, Phone and In Person Support

M.A. Counselling; Internet, Phone, and In Person Counseling

In S7K 1N6 - Nearby to Osler.

Anger is a coping strategy. It is a natural human response to a threat and it always arises when we feel sad or scared, or both. There is a way to feel and express anger that allows you to be heard and understood fully and that doesn't leave you feeling judged or shamed, by yourself or others, for how you've behaved or spoken. The solution lies first in understanding how you are perceiving the situation that triggers you to react as you do. Once you can truly understand that you can change it, before you get to the boiling point. This means you have less anxiety and guilt to struggle with, fewer apologies to offer, and more safe, loving and intimate connections in your life.

Milton Derry, BEd, BSPE, MS, RTC, MTC
Anger Therapist

Milton Derry, BEd, BSPE, MS, RTC, MTC

Registered Therapeutic Counsellor

In S7K 2B1 - Nearby to Osler.

Is your anger out of control or negatively affecting your relationships? It is important to understand that feeling angry is not the problem, it is the behavior that you choose when you are angry that is the problem. Discover your inner power. Understand what is feeding your anger. Learn to make choices that reduce rather than escalate conflict. Improve your communication with other, learn to be more assertive and stabilize your relationships.

Karin Badduke, BSW, MSW
Anger Therapist

Karin Badduke, BSW, MSW

Registered Social Worker

In S7K 2B1 - Nearby to Osler.

Does your anger negatively affect you or your relationships? Feeling angry is not the problem, but behaviors you choose when you are angry may be the problem. Discover your inner power. Understand what is feeding your anger. The goal of anger management is not to suppress or ignore your anger, but rather to empower you to express your feelings in healthy ways.

Aspire Too Counselling and Professional Services,  BSW, MSW, RSW, CLC, Reg Psych.
Anger Therapist

Aspire Too Counselling and Professional Services, BSW, MSW, RSW, CLC, Reg Psych.

Aspire Too - Registered Clinical Counsellors

In S7L 1Y9 - Nearby to Osler.

There is nothing wrong with feeling angry however its what we do when we are angry that can be problematic. Many clients seek anger management because they are tired of being controlled by their anger. In the first session I will teach a technique that will change your life. Subsequent sessions will have you feeling much happier and in control of your feelings.

Kimberly Forsyth, B.A. (Hons), M.C.,
Anger Therapist

Kimberly Forsyth, B.A. (Hons), M.C.,

Canadian Certified Counsellor

In S7K 2B1 - Nearby to Osler.

Anger can become an extremely destructive force, which can destroy your relationships, negatively affect your health or negatively impact your work. Or it can be a positive force to motivate and push change or move things forward. It all depends on how you handle your anger. I will work with you, as you take steps toward making anger a positive force in your life.



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Osler is located in Saskatchewan, Canada. It has a land area of 1.55 square kilometers.  The population of Osler is 1,237 people with 399 households . The population ranking for Osler is #1843 nationally and #87 for the province of Saskatchewan with a density of 796.50 people per sq km. Osler therapists serve postal code: S0K.