Anger Management Houston. Counseling for Anger in Texas

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Anger Management

Jana Henry, M.Ed., LPC, NCC, CCTP, LCDC

Licensed Professional Counselor, Family Counselor

Within Driving Distance of Houston, TX

Everyone experiences the emotion of anger; however, how we respond to that emotion can be very different for each person. I help clients understand their anger responses, identify triggers, and learn new ways to express themselves. Further, I help clients understand how their response to anger, whether it be with aggressive yelling or passive-aggressive silence affects or hinders their relationships. I am dedicated to teaching clients how to communicate effectively and ultimately to use these techniques to improve their lives.

Anger Management

Victor Wiesner, PhD, LPC, NCC, CCMHC

Licensed Professional Counselor

1964 West Gray, Suite 213, Houston, TX 77019

I have conducted anger management groups nearly every week for a 6 year period from 1997 to 2003. Since then I have obtained my doctorate and have gone on to conduct dozens of individual sessions. I have written many letters to the courts on behalf of clients. The first phase in my treatment approach involves identifying as many physical signs and symptoms that you are becoming distressed. With practice one can often recognize anger sooner and this is helpful because the sooner anger is recognized, the easier it is to manage. Typically thoughts and actions both drive feelings. The next step then is to learn methods to self-soothe using actions and positive self-talk. Many more techniques.

Anger Management

Counseling Houston, Drs. Ken and Karen Waldman

Licensed Psychologist; Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist

8303 Southwest Freeway, Suite 330 (at Gessner), Houston, TX 77074

You can learn to manage your anger by recognizing where emotions come from and learning alternatives to getting angry, ones that are far more likely to get you what you really want and need. Anger is generally a secondary emotion. You can learn to identify what feelings are underneath the anger and how to express those appropriately instead. Anger is not necessary or helpful.

Anger Management

Eliza Boquin, MA, LMFTA



What if I told you that you can learn ways to manage your anger instead of having your anger manage you? What if I told you that controlling your anger may only be a thought away? In many cases, not all--but many, our anger is nothing more than a reflection of our perceptions and a coping mechanism for pain. Our anger often gives us a false sense of control and strength, but the reality is when we act out of anger we are most often acting out of fear. Let's find out what's underneath that anger, ways to manage it, and responding from a true place of strength.

Anger Management

Rune Moelbak, Ph.D.

Clinical Psychologist

3400 Bissonnet St #270, Houston, TX 77005

Anger can be a healthy response to having boundaries violated or feeling mistreated and disrespected. However, sometimes we can overreact and express our anger in inappropriate ways. I can help you understand what triggers you anger and address the underlying vulnerabilities and sensitivities that get activated when you get angry. By addressing the underlying causes of anger, we can help you gain more control over when and how you express it, without ignoring your needs.

Anger Management

Harvey Aronson, Ph.D., LCSW, LMFT, LCDC

Lic. Clin. Social Worker, Lic. Marriage and Family Therapist

3100 Richmond Ave. Ste. 110, Houston, TX 77098

Anger, what a bear! We all struggle with anger. We tend to under-express or over-express. Whether it be in the context of work, friendship, or romantic and marital relationships anger is a challenge that with exploration can become an opportunity for closeness. I work with individuals and couples to help them understand the difficult feelings that usually stimulate anger. For example, a fear of not being seen, loved, appreciated, acknowledged, or respected. I also work with clients to help them learn how to be assertive in a healthy way, leading to increased energy, satiisfaction, and sense of real intimacy with others.

Anger Management

Ella Hutchinson, MA, LPC-S, CCSAS, CCPS

Licensed Professional Counselor - Supervisor

Within Driving Distance of Houston, TX

Anger has many different roots. For those who have been deeply wounded from someone close to you, your anger is justified. You need a safe place to express it where you can receive validation. As you learn to set healthy boundaries and work through your pain and toward forgiveness, you will be able to let go of resentments that can keep you stuck.

Anger Management

Eddins Counseling Group, M.Ed., LPC-S, CGP

Licensed Professional Counselor

1501 Crocker Street, Suite #2, Houston, TX 77019

Anger is our response to stress. Sometimes we feel anger to avoid some other emotion such as anxiety or hurt and other times anger is a way of mobilizing ourselves in the face of a threat. Regardless of the reasons for your anger, you may find that it is unproductive in your relationships with others. Our therapists can help you develop new responses to stress and help you stop the spiral of anger. Our approach to working with anger is both physiological and psychological. We will help you recognize and manage the physical signs and symptoms that occur when you're angry as well as finding new ways to express yourself and get your needs met in a way that others can understand.

Anger Management

Phil Ginsburg, M.A., LMFT, LPC, LCDC, NCC

Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist (LMFT), LPC, LCDC

7825 Highway 6 North Suite 102 suite E, Houston, TX 77095

Anger doesn’t have to equal rage. We can learn how to express angry feelings in ways which don’t cause fear in the people around us. Sometimes our feelings for a person are more possessive than loving. We can use humor in the form of sarcasm, masking our anger instead of sharing our feelings in a healthy way. It might feel like we go from 0-100 on the anger scale quickly, but it is a process similar to dominoes falling one after the other. If we can learn to recognize the process that occurs and slow it down in our mind, we can make better choices and express our feelings without the trauma, emotional and even physical damage that rage and anger inflicts on ourselves and those around us.

Anger Management

Debbie Grammas, Ph.D.

Licensed Psychologist

Within Driving Distance of Houston, TX

Anger is a normal human emotion. Most men are taught that anger in the only emotion that is socially acceptable to show. In reality it is often other emotions that are driving the anger. The challenge can be to use your anger productively. Together we will explore how you cope with anger, the triggers of your anger, the thoughts and feelings associated with your anger, and ways to help you get your needs met with harming relationships with others in your life.

Anger Management

Kevin Fleming Ph.D.

Coach/Change Agent/Consultant

Grey Matters International and the work of Kevin J. Fleming, Ph.D approaches issues of anger management in a very humane yet fresh perspective. You see, anger is a normal emotion but it is the valence (intensity) as well as the coupling choice of what one does with this that is the problem. Telling someone to "not" do it or modifying behavior with a trite psychological plan that only breeds a compliant response is not the way to change anger. Brainwave optimization is a new cutting edge technology that allows one to rewire circuitry responsible for reactivity driving the anger. Contact Grey Matters International, Inc now at or 877-606-6161.

Anger Management

Henry M. Pittman, MA

Licensed Chemical Dependency Counselor, Licensed Professional Counselor, Licensed Marriage & Family Therapist Associated supervised under Rick Bruhn, PhD, LPC-S, LMFT-S

7807 Long Point Dr, Ste 215, Houston, TX 77055

I have been helping individuals to manage their anger through education and individual counseling. Individuals are education on the fact that Anger is an emotion, nothing more nothing less. However it is what we DO with the anger that one can say, right or wrong or responsible or irresponsible. We identify one's anger style, explore origins of anger, and began to manage one's behavior.

Anger Management

Joan Lipuscek, MS, LMFTA

Child and Family Therapist

2990 Richmond Ave #209, Houston, TX 77098

We have all faced circumstances in life that provoke anger. It is a very healthy and natural reaction to some stressful and problematic situations. Sometimes, however, these reactions go too far and hurt the people we love. There are several techniques that work well to reduce angry outbursts and aggressive responses directed at others. I can help you or your child discover strategies to remain calm in stressful situations and channel energy into emotional problem solving that leads to healthier and more positive outcomes.

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