Annemarie Santangelo, LADC-I, CADAC-II, M.Ed., CCDVC
Psychotherapist, Addictions Specialist
The emotion of anger is neither positive or negative. It is simply an emotion. It is what we DO with the anger, HOW we react to being angry, that is most important. Unexpressed anger can turn to anxiety, depression and self-loathing. Additionaly, suppressed or denied anger can erode relationships, impact employment and negatively impact our health. In an educational and supportive environment, we exempllify and model effective anger management skills to help empower you. Healthy expressions of anger resolve conflicts, eliminate feelings of powerlessness, and increase self-esteem.
Elizabeth Tener, MSW, LICSW, Institute-certified
Psychotherapist and Pastoral Counselor
27 Congress Street, Suite 205-7, Salem, Massachusetts 01970
Angry, explosive people often have broken relationships, sporadic work histories, and chaotic lives. An anger management therapist can help you tame your impulses to sound off, express your frustration in a way that's helpful, not off-putting, tolerate the feelings underlying your anger, and give up the need to be in control of every situation. Having real power in situations begins with controlling yourself.
Darwin Gillett, MSW, LICSW, CH
Licensed Independent Clinical Social Worker
1 Merrimac St., Suite 16, Newburyport, Massachusetts 01950
Do you feel out of control to anger? Do you say and do things out of anger that you regret afterwards? With various types of therapies (including sometimes, hypnosis) I help clients find more peace with the world and with themselves and increase their level of tolerance and patience. Clients begin to see themselves in control and no longer respond with the same level of anger. They begin to respond with understanding and calm, which can lead to repairing damaged relationships or create new positive relationships with others that are not based in the anger drama. Give me a call at 978-270-0394 or visit my website at www.Mind-Body-Psychotherapy.com to find out more.