Susan Wenzel, MA; PACCP
Psychotherapist/ Clinical Sexologist/ Sex-Therapist ;
E-118 Sherbrook Street, Winnipeg, MB R3C 2B4
Being angry is not necessarily a bad thing. It’s when anger escalates to the point that it has a negative effect on us and the people around us that it becomes detrimental to ourselves and our relationships. When you feel out of control, when you become abusive, feelings of shame, regret, and guilt; that is when it is time to seek help for anger management. Therapeutic process will consist of helping you to identify the root cause of your anger. It could be caused by current factors or a past family history. Sometime people are not aware of what or why they are so anger. My work with you will consist of helping you identify the triggers. You will also become aware of the emotions or feeling prior....
Jody Harris, MMFT
Individual, Marriage and Family Therapist
1-1549 St. Mary's Road, Winnipeg, MB R2M 5G9
Anger is an emotion that I feel that is warranted sometimes. The difficulty lies in the fact that sometimes people hold on to anger and will not let it go. Anger can sometimes be used as a protective mechanism or a mask to cover feelings that can make a person very vulnerable such as shame, pain and sadness. Anger is an important emotion to work through as it can affect our personal relationships as well as our professional ones. I have facilitated an anger management group and can implement many interventions to help in dealing with anger. Understanding what our anger triggers are can be very helpful in learning to deal with anger as iis learning to defuse it as well.
Julie Long, M.Ed., CCC
208-161 Stafford Avenue, Winnipeg, MB R3M 2W9
Anger is a powerful emotion that warns us that something is not right in our lives that we need to address. It is like your check engine light coming on in your car. Yet sometimes our anger can be so powerful, it can be difficult to figure out what is wrong and how to deal with it calmly. Whatever the cause of our anger, if we don't manage it in healthy ways, it can develop into serious issues like abuse, addictions, divorce, or even health problems. If you feel like your anger is causing too many fires in your life, give me a call so we can figure out what is igniting your spark and help you learn to process your anger in healthy way so you can put out the fires in your life.
Tammy Blahy, Ph.D., MSW RSW, CCC
Psychotherapist, Social Worker, Clinical Counsellor
141 Marion Street, Winnipeg, MB R2H 0T3
Sometimes, it is difficult to manage emotions that come with life situations. These life events may not always be predictable. Counselling can help to identify strategies to increase self-awareness, regulate emotions, and develop coping strategies for when the anger emotions interrupt positive, healthy living. Whether it is increasing stress that impacts your health, or interrupting positive communications with others, counselling may help.
Eldon Pullman, MA
302 - 1200 Portage Ave, Winnipeg, MB R3G 0T5
Anger management is conducted either individually or in a group setting. Usally through a five sesion program you will come to understand why you get angry, understand your needs that are not being met, identify warning signs that you are getting angry, distorted thinking styles that contribute to anger, issues of domestic violence, ways that anger gets expressed and collabortive problem solving skills to deal with conflict. My anger management program is court approved and is suitable for both those who have been charged and those who want to deal with their anger before it gets them into trouble.
Alan Vanderwater, M.A. /Registered MCSW
#716 - 177 Lombard Avenue, Winnipeg, MB R3B 0W5
I provide anger management counselling, often using CBT materials and concepts, but also a collaborative, relationship-based approach. I have provided services for workplace, legal and personal matters in the area of anger management. You will benefit by developing greater self awareness, clear goal setting, and tools for meaningful personal change.
Gerry Pettyjohn, MA, CSRT
Certified Sexual Recovery Therapist
3527 Pembina Highway (Entrance at rear of building), Winnipeg, MB R3V 1A5
When a person is not in touch with his/her emotions, the feelings get "dumped" into one big emotional pot and the only emotion that comes out is anger. I help you identify and express emotions in a way that will help you to overcome anger. I also guide you through anger exercises to purge anger and reach a healthy destination where you can forgive those who have done wrong to you.
Glenys Wirch, MA
546 Portage Avenue, Winnipeg, MB R3C 0G3
Anger is a normal, often healthy human emotion. When anger becomes destructive, it can cause distress in important relationships, school or work,health, and overall quality of life. Anger can vary in intensity: from mild irritation or annoyance to outright fury and rage. I will help you explore your anger, what triggers your anger reactions, and help you find more adaptive ways to express what you are feeling. I provide a safe, nurturing environment where you are free to develop more effective ways of expressing yourself. This in turn will improve your quality of life.
Margriet Stoffman, BSc, MA Counselling Psych
430 Lakewood Blvd, Winnipeg, MB R2J 4B6
Anger is a cluster of emotions that involves our body, mind and will. Anger itself is NOT always a problem. However, uncontrolled anger can cause problems. Learn how to deal with anger in a healthy way and discover the difference between righteous and unrighteous anger. Free yourself from the sin anger can bring by letting Margriet help you find new techniques and tools to deal with your anger.
Susan Monkman, B.A., M.A. Couns. Psych.
530 Kenaston Blvd., Suite 325, Winnipeg, MB R3N 1Z4
Anger is a natural emotion and a warning sign to identify a real or perceived threat or blocked goal. In itself it is not wrong, but it has the potential to harm our health, relationships, and careers if it is not understood. As you identify underlying issues, and recognize early signs of anger you will be able to implement new ways to manage your response, increasing self-esteem and hope.
Kevin Richardson, MSW, RSW
Registered Clinical Social Worker
34 Carlton Street, Winnipeg, MB R3C 1N9
Anger is not only bad for relationships, it's bad for your health. There's an increasingly strong link between anger and high blood pressure and increased risk of heart attack. In working with you to deal with anger, I use two of the most effective methods used in therapy for dealing with anger. Relaxation techniques help you "chill out" when your starting to get agitated. You'll learn ways to literally release the anger when you're starting to feel it. And we will use CBT which helps you understand how your thinking affects the way you feel. Instead of regretting later that you may overreacted, you learn how to not be bothered by things.
Soul Work Therapies, Donna Johnson, M.Ed., DVATI, MMFT
Marriage and Family Therapist; Art Therapist; Time Line Therapist; Reiki Master
202 - 1345 Pembina Hwy, Winnipeg, Manitoba, Winnipeg, MB R3T 2B6
Anger has the capacity to interfere with the relationships you have with others and yourself and stems from unacknowledged sadness, fear and guilt. Where did all that begin? Understanding yourself more fully is the key to moving forward to creating a new Self. Give yourself a new start. Clear out old patterns and beliefs that do not serve you any further. Donna practices a variety of methodologies to assist people in releasing the old, in order to make room for the new.
Michelle Morand, Online, Phone and In Person Support
M.A. Counselling; Internet, Phone, and In Person Counseling
Skype/Internet/Phone Support Worldwide, Winnipeg, MB R3C 0B8
Anger is a coping strategy. It is a natural human response to a threat and it always arises when we feel sad or scared, or both. There is a way to feel and express anger that allows you to be heard and understood fully and that doesn't leave you feeling judged or shamed, by yourself or others, for how you've behaved or spoken. The solution lies first in understanding how you are perceiving the situation that triggers you to react as you do. Once you can truly understand that you can change it, before you get to the boiling point. This means you have less anxiety and guilt to struggle with, fewer apologies to offer, and more safe, loving and intimate connections in your life.