Anger Management and Counseling in Fairview, TN.

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


John Nichols, MS, LPC/MHSP
Anger Therapist

John Nichols, MS, LPC/MHSP

Psychotherapist

In 37064 - Nearby to Fairview.

Anger is a secondary emotion. You don't go from feeling okay to angry. You feel okay, then feel something that bothers you, and then you express it in anger. Some people show their anger with their words, often saying things that are hurtful and hard to apologize for. Others may manifest their anger physically, taking it out on themselves, inanimate objects, or other living things. My job is to help you understand where your anger is coming from and how to express it in a healthy way. It can absolutely be done, it just takes work and the desire to change.

Travis R. Hill, LPC/MHSP, DCC
Anger Therapist

Travis R. Hill, LPC/MHSP, DCC

Licensed Professional Counselor

In 37067 - Nearby to Fairview.

Do you find yourself feeling angry all the time? Do you sometimes get upset over even the smallest issues? Do you think you are making a good decision to get angry at the time, yet feel guilty afterward (such as road rage)? Anger can hurt our work life and destroy our relationships. Our rational and mindful approach to anger management can help.

Sheila Levine, LCSW
Anger Therapist

Sheila Levine, LCSW

Licensed Clinical Social Worker

In 37055 - Nearby to Fairview.

I offer confidential sessions for anger management. I use a cognitive behavioral approach, helping one understand their rational vs. irrational thoughts and the impact of our thoughts on our choices. I have 20+ years of experience of working with individuals on anger management issues. I have success with clients who choose to request services, as well as those who are required by their employer or court , to attend sessions.

Blakely Patterson, LMFT
Anger Therapist

Blakely Patterson, LMFT

Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist

In 37212 - Nearby to Fairview.

Everyone feels anger at some point in time. It is how we manage those feelings that are important. Often, we exhibit anger in a way that was modeled to us at some point in life. Identifying where your anger comes from, what's behind it, and how to control it, are necessary skills that will help you manage these feelings and improve your relationships, at home, at work, in life.

Brent Ketring, LPC-MHSP, NCC
Anger Therapist

Brent Ketring, LPC-MHSP, NCC

Licensed Professional Counselor

In 37174 - Nearby to Fairview.

Anger is a byproduct of other emotions, usually fear, hurt, frustration, or sadness. We experience these emotions, and if we are not careful, they take us over. When that happens, we experience what we know as anger. If we can understand where the root of our anger lies (fear, hurt, frustration, or sadness), two things happen: One, anger loses its control over us. We master it instead of it mastering us as we learn appropriate coping skills. Two, we can put those core issues to rest for good as we bring them to the light and deal with them in healthy ways. I will assist you in bringing those issues to light in a safe environment so that you can work through them in a healthy manner.

Monte King, Th.M., M.A.
Anger Therapist

Monte King, Th.M., M.A.

Professional Counselor

In 37067 - Nearby to Fairview.

Anger is almost always a reaction to some kind of blocked goal. For instance, if I have the goal of getting my child to behave (or stop behaving!) in a certain way, and I cannot seem to be successful, the tendency to become angry can seem unavoidable. We can benefit by learning to become more conscious of these internal, often unconscious goals, so that we can let go of the need to control things beyond our control. And, of course, the wiser we grow the more we realize how MANY things are beyond our control. I encourage my clients to embrace the goal of INFLUENCE rather than control, and to learn to accept the limitations involved in lovingly relating to others.

Ellen Wilkins, LMFT, PT
Anger Therapist

Ellen Wilkins, LMFT, PT

Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist, Physical Therapist

In 37203 - Nearby to Fairview.

Do you know what you are really angry about? Your feelings of anger exist for a reason and always deserve your respect and attention. Venting about your anger will not solve the problem and may actually perpetuate it. Together we will look at the patterns in your relationships that learn what may be preventing change and resolution. Our time together will allow us both to understanding what’s behind your feelings of anger and what you are passionate about. You’ll learn healthy ways of coping with and expressing your anger. This will allow you to interact with others in a healthier way and not submit to unfair circumstances. Your relationships will be more meaningful!


You have Found the Best Anger Management Therapists in Fairview, TN.

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Fairview is located in Williamson County, Tennessee. It has a land area of 16.88 square miles and a water area of 0.03 square miles.  The population of Fairview is 8,331 people with 2,893 households and a median annual income of $59,406. .


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Affordable with Planning

Therapy in Fairview is generally within financial reach for the average family, but some budget planning may be needed for a real commitment to weekly counseling. Remember that your mental health and happiness are important. Check with your Fairview therapist about insurance coverage or ask about sliding scale fees if there are any difficulties with accessibility. Low cost counseling and affordable therapy are also sometimes offered by listed city and university level clinics, check with your local Fairview public health department.