Stephen Ellis, Ph.D
Licensed Christian Counselor
109 Leader Dr., Piedmont, South Carolina 29673
Anger issues, like most issues we have to deal with, are rooted in our past experiences. Anger is a secondary emotion that comes from a primary cause. Many people who have problems with anger have not recognized the source of their anger. If we can locate where anger comes from, we have an opportunity to deal with it constructively. The client will benefit from finding the source of his anger and learn how to manage the anger response by applying Biblical principles to the anger.
Sarah Bryan, Board Certified Christian Counselor
Board Cert. Christian Counselor, CTC
Gainesville, Georgia 30506
There are certified anger management therapist in the office that have excellent skills in helping people learn new skills to cope and deal with anger in an effective way. Robert Gillette has worked with countless clients in a safe environment to help facilitate growth in all areas that are affected with anger in relationships both personal and professionally.
Andrew Johnston, MDiv, MA, LPCI
710 Pettigru St, Greenville, South Carolina 29601
While anger is a natural response to certain situations, it can also become overwhelming. As with all emotions, it arises for a reason. In our response to persistent anger, we will explore short-term techniques for self-calming and composure, as well as look for the source of this emotion. Long-term relief often requires looking below the surface, where we can find out together what the deeper causes might be.
Ned Martin, MDiv, MA, NCC
Licensed Professional Counselor
563 N. Main St, Waynesville, North Carolina 28786
Anger, in and of itself, is not a problem. It's just another emotion that we all experience from time to time. However, the actions that are often rooted in and energized by anger can cause tremendous pain and suffering. I work to assist individuals to understand their anger within the context of all of their other emotions. Additionally, I assist individuals in claiming more control over their actions, even when their anger may still arise. In this way, my clients report moving more toward a life in which they experience joy, wonder and happiness along side the sometimes challenging feelings of anger and frustration, and experience less of the negative consequences of anger.
D Charles Williams, Ph.D
Licensed Psychologist and Marriage & Family Therapist
1751 South Lumpkin Street, Athens, Georgia 30606
I work with many men who are plagued with "quick tempers" or "short fuses" that cause them problems with their spouses, family members, friends and business associates. Understanding the origins of these reactions, what "core issues" may exist, gaining a different perspective and relearning how to use anger in constructive vs. destructive ways is the goal of my approach.
Aaron Kirkwood, LAMFT
Licensed Associate Marriae and Family Therapist
1 Huntington Rd Suite 703, Athens, Georgia 30606
Anger is not a primary emotion. Rather, it is an unhealthy expression of some other emotion (fear, anxiety, sadness). Hitting pillows may temporarily alleviate anger but the underlying emotion is still there. Clients will explore what the true emotion is in a safe, supportive environment and learn to express these core emotions in a healthy way.
Cynthia Van Wingerden, PhD, RN
Licensed Pastoral Counselor, Certified Life Coach
Life in Abundance, Simpsonville, South Carolina 29681
Anger interferes with our ability to have healthy loving relationships. Anger can also interfere with our ability to work in a professional setting, or even to simply enjoy everyday life. Anger can cause us to hurt the very people we care most for. We work together on anger management skills We will work together to begin to learn to identify triggers and to implement a variety of tools to change reactive behaviors (CBT) to healthy communication and interaction .
Robert Gillette, M A, LPC
License Professional Counselor
2450 Atlanta Hwy, Suite 1901, Cumming, Georgia 30040
My approach to anger management is helping clients find freedom from the anger. Many times it is necessary to help clients find the true source of their anger. There are many sources that can drive the anger. Developing new skills to manage the emotions behind the anger is important as well as developing new relationship skills that many times can lessen or prevent the anger from ever developing,
Lisa Meyer, M.A., LPC
Licensed Professional Counselor
2450 Atlanta Highway, Suite 1701, Cumming, Georgia 30040
Uncontrolled anger, a bad temper or having a "short fuse" can impact every area of your life. If you can't manage your anger you can damage relationships, your employment, personal safety or even experience legal problems. In our work together you will identify the cause of long-standing anger issues, develop new insights about yourself, your thinking patterns and be equipped with real-world strategies for preventing future flare ups.