Cindy McKee, LPC, NCC
Licensed Professional CounselorReady for change? Let's Get Started
1585 Old Norcross Road, Lawrenceville, Georgia 30046
I would say that most people in society walk around with anger, not necessarily what someone would refer to as "anger issues" but anger even if it is subconscious. It can sabotage healthy thinking and decisions. There are ways to address anger and it's not complicated. Addressing anger can very often reduce or stop feelings of anxiety or depression.
Wendy Dickinson, Ph.D.
Licensed PsychologistReady for change? Let's Get Started
4411 Suwanee Dam Road, Suite 440, Suwanee, Georgia 30024
Very often people find that their angry outbursts surprise them (and those around them). This occurs most often because we haven't dealt with the real source of the anger. Clients often try to convince themselves that they are "over it" or that "it doesn't matter" when, in fact, they aren't over it and it does matter. I see this quite a lot in women - who tend to be socialize not to show anger. Therefore it leaks out in more passive aggressive and subtle ways. It's still anger - but it can be inflicted on herself or the true reason for the anger can be veiled making it difficult for others to figure how why there is an outburst.
Sarah Bryan, Board Certified Christian Counselor
Board Cert. Christian Counselor, CTCReady for change? Let's Get Started
Johns Creek, Georgia 30097
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.
Kalpana Murthy, MBA, MS, LPC, NCC, DCC
Licensed Professional Counselor, Career Coach, Certified EMDR TherapistReady for change? Let's Get Started
Johns Creek, Georgia 30097
Anger can get triggered in situations where you feel disrespected, shamed, rejected, powerless, not heard, not valued, or not safe. My approach for helping clients reduce their anger is to identify past experiences that elicit anger, frustration, fear, shame or other upsetting emotions and negative thoughts now, and then to reprocess those memories with EMDR therapy. I have also helped clients understand why they feel they need to hold on to their anger and then work through the blocks to letting the anger go while still helping them find other ways to feel in control, heard, respected or safe. Note: I do not offer Anger Management classes to meet work or court ordered requirements.