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Bridgette Morris, BCCC

Board Certified Christian Counselor

4989 Peachtree Parkway, Norcross, Georgia 30092

Bridgette has worked with many individuals on how to handle anger. She understands anger is a normal, healthy emotion, but when explosive, anger can spiral out of control & have serious impact on your relationships. She'll work with you to develop healthy tools to deal with your anger and also expose underlying "triggers" that fuel your anger, allowing you to deal with your anger in a healthy & manageable way and restore your relationships.

Sarah Bryan, Board Certified Christian Counselor

Board Cert. Christian Counselor, CTC

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 Therapist

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.

Aaron Karnilow, Ph.D.

Diplomate in Clinical Psychology, American Board of Professional Psychology and Fellow American Academy of Clinical Psychology

4895 Windward Parkway, Suite 203, Alpharetta, Georgia 30022

Anger, along with guilt, feelings of inadequacy, sexuality, and anxiety, is one of the major issues I work with in individual psychotherapy and marital counseling. My treatment of preference for anger management is primarily psychodynamic; this is because it enables both the patient and myself to identify the underlying issues and what triggers them. Once we have established what the triggers are, we can begin to explore what the underlying psychodynamics are entering new territory where most of the psychotherapy happens.

Paul F. Austin, MS, LPC

Licensed Professional Counselor

2300 Henderson Mill Road Suite 411, Atlanta, Georgia 30345

I help you learn from your anger and better understand why you get so upset. It is important to identify how and why you get upset so that it does not cause you further harm. Anger can take over your life and impact those around you including your family, friends, work or significant relationships. I help individuals let go of their anger and get more of what they really want in life.

Wendy Dickinson, Ph.D.

Licensed Psychologist

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.

Sheri Hardin, LCSW

Licensed Clinical Social Worker

2784 N. Decatur Rd., Suite 145, Decatur, Georgia 30033

If you find yourself feeling unusually angry at your partner, or feeling angry much of the time toward several other people, I can help you get to the bottom of your stewing anger. I can help you understand the reaction in the brain that makes you want to fight, as well as how sweeping it under the rug leads to blowing up. I can teach you ways to interrupt your anger before it builds and to express it in appropriate ways so that you can improve your relationships with others instead of damage them with anger. If you have been engaging in physically abusive/aggressive behavior, please seek help from a Family Violence Intervention Program.

Lois Muir-McClain, M.A., LPC, NCC

Licensed Professional Counselor

1700 Tree Lane, Suite 260, Snellville, Georgia 30078

Anger is often a cover for fear or sadness. Underlying most anger is a deeper emotion, one that feels paralyzing or helpless. Since sadness and fear feel weak, but anger feels strong and powerful, many people use anger to deal with depression or anxiety. My approach to anger is twofold: 1), to help you learn techniques on how to manage your anger and deal with people and situations that trigger your anger, and 2) to understand the feelings underlying anger and how to overcome those in order to reduce the amount of anger in the first place. Deciding to get help for your anger is a courageous first step toward improving your quality of life and your relationships.

Eddie Reece, MS, LPC

Licensed Professional Counselor

Downtown Alpharetta, Alpharetta, Georgia 30009

I don’t believe in anger management. Anger shouldn’t be “managed.” I believe it should be expressed wisely. If you struggle with anger issues, I would bet you use your anger in destructive ways. I can help you learn constructive ways to express your anger. Contact me today to receive a free article I’ve written about anger management. Put an end to the destruction and construct healthier relationships with wisely expressed anger.

Cindy Hoerig, LPC, NCC

Licenced Professional Counselor

284 South Main Street, Suite 800, Alpharetta, Georgia 30009

I work with clients to both understand their angry responses and to improve their behavior. Anger results from our interpretation of situations rather than the actual situation. Anger can prevent people from develping strong connections in relationships. It is difficult to trust a person who frequently responds in an angry manner or whose anger can be out of proportion to the situation. I help clients become less angry so they can improve their current relationships and develop new ones.

Susan Blank, MS, LPC, NCC

Licensed Professional Counselor

284 S. Main St Suite 800, Alpharetta, Georgia 30009

Do you have difficulty controlling your temper? Do you lack a sense of inner peace? Anger is a healthy emotion, but when it gets out of control, it can become toxic. It destroys your work day; it hurts your relationships with the people you care about, and most importantly ~ it hurts you. Utilizing cognitive-based mindfulness strategies, I can help you learn how to modulate the thoughts and emotions that cause your anger, discover its roots, and help you live your life from a place of balance and authenticity.

Cindy McKee, LPC, NCC

Licensed Professional Counselor

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.

David Wright, MD, MBA, MHSA

Physician

465 Winn Way, Ste. 221, Decatur, Georgia 30030

Anger & Temper Management are approached in a highly individualized manner--taking into account the client's background, personality factors, religious or spiritual beliefs, and their support system. This approach may include subconscious, unconscious, pre-conscious, &/or conscious techniques. This approach may also involve taking into account personality & emotional factors that are specific to the client. Most importantly, this approach takes into account the use of positive and negative triggers that can prevent an explosive reaction in the first place. It's a highly pro-active, pre-emptive approach.


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