David E. Frederick, PhD, NCTC-1
1218 5th Ave. – Suite 14, Huntington, West Virginia 25701
There are two important approaches to the management of anger: – immediate behavioral action to cope with abrupt arousal of anger without reacting to it; rather, coping with the feelings of anger/rage in a healthy, life-giving way, and – aiding client in discovering the roots of his/her anger, and effectively dealing with the hurt and pain giving rise to the anger.
Michael Clay, MA, DMin
Independently Licensed/Board Certified Counselor
The Word House, Inc. - 401 10th Street, Suite 320, Huntington, West Virginia 25701
Anger is addictive. Those using anger as a way of coping with life and life stress needs learn to develop more helpful and less self-destructive strategies to address disappointment and frustration. Counselors offer much needed guidance and support in development of adaptive life skills aimed at bettering one's approach to overcoming potential obstacles.