Anger Management and Counselling in Regina, SK.

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

Anger Therapist

Mountain Gate Counselling, MDiv(p), M.Sc., B.Sc.

Therapist, Transpersonal Psychology

Regina, Saskatchewan

In our consciousness there are blocks of anger, pain, and frustration called internal formations. They are also called knots, because they tie us up and obstruct our freedom. In order to be free from anger, we have to practice working with the energy of anger as it arises within us. Both somatic experiencing and mindfulness do not fight anger/frustration. Instead, we recognize that something is there in the present moment, we embrace it with awareness, and we handshake or be nakedly with the energy of anger as it manifests within both body and mind. Persistent anger may be the result of imbalance within the organ systems in our body. In our sessions, we will unearth the root causes of anger.

Anger Therapist

Mary Ross, M.Ed., Registered Psychologist

Registered Psychologist

#310 2445 13th Ave. (Franciscan Place), Regina, Saskatchewan

Anger can be a frightening emotion. I help clients to recognize that anger is an emotion like any other and it can be managed. Clients become aware of other emotions, such as fear and shame that are underneath the anger. They learn to name and handle these emotions. Clients learn to recognize where their anger comes from; to recognize the triggers for their anger and to manage it in healthier ways. They learn to change the distorted and negative thinking that often accompanies anger.

Anger Therapist

Colette Pelletier, M.Ed.

Registered Psychologist

310-2445 13th Avenue, Regina, Saskatchewan

Learning how to cope with the overwhelming feeling of anger is difficult, but not impossible. Through counselling one can learn how to pay attention to triggers and then develop alternative strategies in how to display strong feelings, such as anger, in ways that are more beneficial to both the individual and other people in his or her life. Many individuals in our society are not taught how to handle overwhelming emotions; instead, many people from a young age are directly or indirectly taught to repress or not show strong emotion. Counselling offers a resource to support clients in a gentle way how to tolerate the intensity of emotion, including anger.

Anger Therapist

Todd Sojonky, Ph.D., R.D., Psychologist

Registered Doctoral Psychologist

3018 Doan Drive, Regina, Saskatchewan

Anger is not an emotion to be controlled! Rather it is an emotion to be understood. Like the emergency light that goes on in a car when something is wrong; anger becomes a source to understand what we are feeling inside. Understanding our anger allows us to release harsh or bitter feelings that would otherwise prevent us from reaching our full potential. I look forward to your success!

Anger Therapist

Noreen McGratten, BSW, RSW, MC, CCC

Registered Social Worker; Certifed Canadian Counsellor

North West Regina, Regina, Saskatchewan

Anger is an emotion and feeling anger itself is not the problem. Behaviour associated with angry feelings is what can lead to problems. The thought that precede the angry response is one area where an individual does have some control. Is anger responding to the inner critical voice that is often inaccurately personalizes events? Working with the thoughts that precede anger can be helpful. This can be explored in counselling as well as coping strategies to manage anger can be learned.

Anger Therapist

Bev Wolfe, MSW, RSW

Registered Social Worker

#110 - 1440 Broadway Avenue, Regina, Saskatchewan

I value anger. It is such an important emotion! It is an identifier, it is a messenger, it lets us know something in unjust, it’s a communicator and it is an energizer. Each and every role and function is important for us to accept and recognize. This doesn’t mean we get to act angry and lash out. What we need to do is understand the personal message and work with it. When we understand why we feel angry, we can change our thinking; share our thoughts respectfully; change our behaviour choices; make a plan; follow through on tasks; etc. Anger is a gift that we can use to make us stronger and make things better.

Anger Therapist

Elisabeth Scheepers, Ph.D. (Psychology).

Registered Clinical Counsellor and Professional Coach

Regina, Saskatchewan

Elisabeth Scheepers perceives anger as an important and normal emotion. If people did not feel anger they would not stand up for themselves. Clients can learn how to express their anger in effective ways. These skills are not just beneficial for when people are angry but lead to better communication in general. Elisabeth believes that anger results from how people interpret what is happening to them. Once people understand the relationship between interpretation, feelings and the way they express anger, they feel empowered and better in control of their emotions.

Anger Therapist

Myrna Pitzel Bazylewski, BA MSW RSW

Registered Social Worker

Broadway Centre 1440 Broadway Ave., REGINA, Saskatchewan

Anger is an emotion we all experience at some point, but if it is becoming a problem in one's relationships, then learning new ways to express the emotion is important. My focus in counseling is to help a person have more control over their anger, to be able to stop themselves from hurting through words or actions, and to reduce the triggers that can lead to anger.

Anger Therapist

Cindy Werner, M.Div., M.Couns.

Bereavement & Trauma Counsellor

1440 Fleury Street, Regina, Saskatchewan

I have never really liked the word "management" when speaking about anger. It makes it sound as though anger is "bad" therefore you need to "manage" it somehow. Anger in and of itself isn't "bad;" it is what we do with it that can be. When I am working with children and I ask them how they are feeling, I say to them, "Are you feeling mad, sad, glad, or afraid today?" Anger is one of our most basic emotions. Would you agree that anger is easier to feel than sadness or fear? Anger tells us that something is wrong in our lives and we need to pay attention. With your permission of course, I like to look at the causes of anger and explore with you its' roots.

Anger Therapist

Cindy Bote, M.C., C.C.C., R. Psych (Prov.)

Certified Canadian Counsellor, Registered Psychologist (Provisonal)

303-4303 Albert St, Regina, Saskatchewan

If anger is causing a problem for you in your life, I can help you to resolve some of your anger and learn improved coping skills. There are many reasons individuals are angry. Some are rooted in the past while others are influenced by flawed cognitions or ideologies. In therapy, we will explore those issues and look for effective methods to alleviate excessive anger and negative behaviours that may be associated with it.

Anger Therapist

Maureen Martens, BFA, B.Ed, MA, CPC, CCAC, ICADC,

Certified Professional Counsellor

346 EAST College Ave., Regina, Saskatchewan

Everyone experiences various degrees of anger but the way that it is expressed can be either helpful or harmful, acceptable or unacceptable, respectful or disrespectful. Maureen will help you understand the root cause for the anger, and help you develop effective ways of communicating, learn assertiveness techniques, and become more aware of your triggers. You will learn how to express your anger in healthy ways so that you are able to meet your needs more effectively, have healthier relationships, and experience peace happiness and contentment because of the way that you are dealing with issues as they come up.

Anger Therapist

Beve Gardner, MA, CPCA, MPCC #3519

Registered Clinical Counsellor

Lebell and Associates 2114 College Ave, Regina, Saskatchewan

Anger can control and ruin your life. Anger management uses cognitive and behavioral techniques to understand anger and help us learn to express needs assertively being mindful of both your needs and the other persons needs. Anger may be something you have struggled with most of your life or it may be a new issue that has popped up due to life circumstances. Either way these tools will help.

Anger Therapist

Sidney McGillicky, MSW, RSW


1701 College Ave, Regina, Saskatchewan

Anger is a sign of one or more underlying issues and should be regarded as a symptom of a larger emotional challenge. People who receive anger management therapy are given the tools to slow their reaction to anger in order to identify the source of their feelings. Whether the root of the anger is buried in emotional trauma, addiction, or grief, our natural inclination is often to neglect and ignore the cause of anger in order to maintain self-control. Anger management therapy provides relief to the person struggling with anger issues, as well as those around them. Having uncontrollable anger can create harmful psychological and physical conditions. By reducing and controlling anger, an individual can reduce their stress and significantly lower their risk...(view profile to read more)

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Regina is located in Saskatchewan, Canada. It has a land area of 179.97 square kilometers.  The population of Regina is 215,106 people with 87,417 households . The population ranking for Regina is #24 nationally and #2 for the province of Saskatchewan with a density of 1195.20 people per sq km. Regina therapists serve postal code: S4R.