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Amagansett, New York therapist: Michael Z. Jody, therapist
Anger Management

Michael Z. Jody

Therapist, L.P., M.A., M.A.
I am psychoanalyst who specializes in both individual therapy and couple/marital counseling, using a great deal of humor and compassion. I work both cognitively, (looking at present issues and challenges), and psychoanalytically (seeking to understand unconscious thoughts and motivations.  
26 Years Experience
In-Person in Amagansett, NY 11930
Online in New York
Raleigh, North Carolina therapist: Family Matters Counseling Group, psychologist
Anger Management

Family Matters Counseling Group

Psychologist, PhD, LMFT, CMFSW, BCPC, CRS
Anger Management counseling geared to help those struggling with managing moods become aware of their anger, warning signs, and triggers.  
11 Years Experience
Online in New York
 therapist: Liza Mordkovich, licensed clinical social worker
Anger Management

Liza Mordkovich

Licensed Clinical Social Worker, LCSW
Regulating anger, stress management  
12 Years Experience
Online in New York
Toronto, Ontario therapist: Gui Mansilla, registered psychotherapist
Anger Management

Gui Mansilla

Registered Psychotherapist, Lawyer (Arg) M.Div (USA) Reg. Psychotherapist (CA) Coach (Ca)
Oh, anger, often relegated to the shadows as the most maligned emotion in the human repertoire. Yet, it is my fervent passion and ambition to redefine its narrative, shedding light on this potent emotion's healthy and empowering uses. Acknowledged for its potential to become one of the most poisonous energies when mismanaged, anger has been implicated in family breakdowns, wars, lost relationships, emotional harm, and tragically, even death. It's no wonder that society often perceives anger as the problem, prescribing the solution as suppressing or never expressing it. Unfortunately, this approach doesn't lead to healing toxic anger, which I define as the kind that manifests as a destructive force, causing harm and leaving poisonous aftermaths. The path to healing unhealthy anger emerges when we dare to recognize anger as a precious emotion. This guide can lead us to a world where healthy boundaries shape relationships, justice guides us through addressing problematic situations, and self-care and self-respect become guiding beacons in the vast expanse of our lives. Across millions of years of evolution, anger has served as a vital signal, alerting us to instances of hurt, mistreatment, neglect, or abuse. Its healthy purpose extends beyond mere survival; it empowers us to create harmonious and peaceful experiences with ourselves and our communities. However, the unfortunate consequence of society's tendency to discard all forms of anger is the epidemic of toxic anger we witness today. Toxic anger, I believe, is the misguided use of this powerful emotion—redirecting pain toward the wrong targets and employing inappropriate tools for expression. People often blame anger for the misuse of this energy, and when addressing anger management, my approach goes beyond preventing harmful outbursts. I strive to guide individuals toward understanding the messages embedded within themselves, transforming signals of frustration and anger into powerful fuel for positive life transformation and inner peace. Understanding the healthy aspect of anger becomes apparent when we experience or witness injustice, feeling a surge of anger. I believe this form of anger has fueled human revolutions led by inspiring figures such as Nelson Mandela, Mahatma Gandhi, and Martin Luther King. Leaders like them harnessed anger in its healthiest form—transforming the desire to harm into a commitment to establishing clear boundaries, standing up for justice, and never remaining silent in the face of injustice. Throughout my own life, advocating for justice and assisting others in developing this capability has been a profound passion. With this passion, I extend an invitation to transform your relationship with anger, utilizing it as a catalyst to enhance your life rather than perpetuating harm to yourself and those you hold dear through toxic anger. It would be my honour to guide you on this transformative journey.  
18 Years Experience
Online in New York
Rhinebeck, New York therapist: Dr Laura Soden, psychologist
Anger Management

Dr Laura Soden

Psychologist, PhD, Clinical Psychology
Anger management requires the individual to own his/her emotions, including anger, rather than ascribing them to the other. Once owned, overwhelming feelings become manageable because managing them doesn't rely on changing the other. Preferred method: cognitive-behavioral techniques.  
32 Years Experience
Online in New York