Angela Colangelo, MA, RP
Markham Road/Hwy 48, Markham, ON L6E 1A3
Anger is a part of the many emotions we feel and can sometimes indicate subtler feelings such as hurt and sadness. It is as healthy and normal as happiness, frustration, etc. How we express anger can be healthy or not. I help clients: a) identify the anger and other underlying emotions, b) identify the reasons they feel this way, c) identify unmet needs, d) make or ask for the necessary changes and e) identify "non-negotiables" in their life.
Carrie Fleetwood, M.Ed., MFT
Marriage and Family Therapist
6633 Hwy7E, Suite 203 Ashgrove Medical Building, Markham, ON L3P 7P2
Are you hurting the people you love the most? Are you tired of apologizing for the same old outburst? I can help you heal from your anger and resentment. You do not have to continue in this painful repeating cycle. I will help you learn positive new ways to express your difficult feelings and increase intimacy in your precious relationships. Call me today!
Phyllis Ng, MA, OACCPP, CCC
32 South Unionville Ave. Suite# 2051, Markham, ON L3R 9S6
Anger is a neutral feeling. It simply means that someone or something has violated your rules and expectations. When you handle your anger effectively, it can be a motivation for you to change a system, policy or rules to make it more fair and justifiable. However, if you don't manage it appropriately, you may end up not only hurting other people but also get into trouble with the law. Through anger management, you will learn to identify your triggers, physiological reactions and coping strategies to help you calm down and make better decisions. Don't let you anger control and ruin your life! You can take back the control if you are willing to get help!
Nidhi Gupta, R.I.H.R, Dip. BSc (Hons), RPc
Regd. Psycotherapist: Individuals, Teens, Couples, Families
Within Driving Distance of Markham, ON
Healthy anger is good, repressed, supressed anger is unhealthy, and I work with the person's beliefs and family rules around expressing anger. I use many tools which the client can learn to use to express their anger in a healthy way, and work on exploring new beliefs around anger. If anger is left unchecked, it can get out of control and turn destructive, leading to problems at work, in personal relationships, and in the overall quality of your life. I shine a light on the destructive tendencies repressed anger can have on a person.
Alexandra Bond, Hon.B.Sc, (psych), M.S.W., R.S.W
Registered Clinical Social Worker: Indvidual & Couples Therapist
Markham, ON L3P 2T2
I work to teach my clients to both understand the underlying components of anger, and to provide them with strageties to stop it at the very first sign. Understanding what causes the anger is a key component to stopping it. I also look into situational factors such as relationships or work environments that may be contributing to the problem. Spouses, partners, friends, or family members are welcome to join in the process where appropriate, and only if you choose to do so. You will feel more in control, calmer and healthier and happier as a result, and your relationships will improve as well.
Elizabeth Hepworth, HBA, MA, RP, OACCPP, CCPCPR
Within Driving Distance of Markham, ON
Anger is a protective emotion and typically is triggered by a primary emotion; sadness; loneness frustration etc. My focus with Anger Management is to teach the client how to talk and when to talk and when to walk away. My approach is very practical and is rooted in logically working through your emotion. The benefit in anger management is teaching the client how to express emotion in a way which is expressive but not destructive.
Tressa Porter, M.A.
Therapist and Consultant
Anywhere, anytime! Access help when you need it! Therapy that fits your life and joins you on your journey.
Anger is probably the most misunderstood emotions and also one of our most valuable tools. Many of us have expereinced anger as abusive, brutal or scary. But don't confuse the feeling of anger with it's expression. The flip side of anger is passion. When we are really anger we are very passionate! We care deeply about something. Regardless of how it looks, anger is always a call for change. If we understand it and use anger to work for us, it never has to become large or mean. Instead it is like an inner advocate working for us with clarity and firmness createing the changes we need. I will work with you to harness your anger and get it working for you rather than against you!
Marcus Chow, MDiv, RP, RMFT
15 Allstate Parkway, Suite 600, Markham, ON L3R 5B4
Both uncontrolled anger and suppressed anger are unhelpful to us and could even be harmful to ourselves as well as our loved ones. In counselling for anger management, we will work together to identify triggers of your anger and your tipping point. I will journey with you, help you gain awareness of the escalation of your angry feelings, and unpack your thoughts behind those feelings. I will offer support to you as we derive some ways to cope with angry feelings and to channel the anger in a healthy way for you and your loved ones. Sessions can be conducted in English or Cantonese.
Kimberley Cochrane, MA, RP, dipTIRP, CEC, CAPT
Registered Psychotherapist (RP) - Individual & Couples Therapist, Embodied Mindfulness Therapist
6633 Highway #7 (at Ninth Line), Markham, ON L3P 1Y7
I honour your anger because it exists for a reason. You may not know yet why that is, and together, we will uncover the roots of your angry feelings. Many of us feel angry and we're not sure why we feel this way or when it started. Where there's anger, there's often conflict, blame and fear. These feelings can cause great upset in relationships and families, so it's time to discover new ways of understanding and being with your feelings. Angry feelings don't make you a bad person, and you may believe that it's time for a change. Change is possible. It's your choice - let's make sense of your anger together.
Rom Malik, M.Ed.
Within Driving Distance of Markham, ON
We will explore the types of anger diffculties that are present. Examine the possible early roots of the anger and work towards dismantling them. We will be looking at the nature of current stressors at work, in family, or others, that have a triggering effect. Through the sessions, new attitudes, new coping strategies, and new ways of dealing with conflict will be learned.
Ron Wyse, RP, RMFT; DD, ThM, MDiv, BA
Registered Psychotherapist; Registered Marriage and Family Therapist
1 Valleywood Drive, Markham, ON L3R 5L7
Anger is a common, I'd say necessary function, for it helps us right wrongs, & protect ourselves and others. Like the saying goes, "Good fences make good neighbours", and anger is the energy to make such fences. Sometimes though, anger can seem out of control, or inapropriate. I help you to understand your anger, and to use it constructively for bettering your life, and the lives of others.
Richard Amaral, Ph.D., C. Psych.
9889 Markham Rd. (Hwy 48), Unit 211, Markham, ON L6E 0B5
Do you 'blow up' for no reason at all? Is your anger creating problems in your relationships with people? Do you find yourself getting stressed more quickly than before? Is your doctor concerned about your blood pressure and health? If you answered 'yes' to any of these questions, you may need to learn new strategies for self-control. In our sessions, I will teach you on how you can manage your anger, rather than having your anger manage you.
Christine Sternat, M.A., NLP, (C) OACCPP
68 Peter Street, Markham, ON L3P 2A6
It is perfectly healthy and normal to experience anger when you feel you’ve been hurt or wronged. The feeling isn’t the problem it is how you use your anger that makes a difference. However, too much or poorly managed anger can lead to problems in family life, relationships, work and health. The consequence of poorly managed anger could be lashing out on people we care about or work with. If you are finding that anger is having a negative consequence on your life, Christine can help you learn to express your anger more effectively. Her focus is to help you manage your emotions, thinking patterns and behaviours to express the emotion of anger in a more positive and constructive way.