Anger is a normal human emotion.  We all get angry at times. Stress, illness, depression and anxiety can all send feelings of anger into overdrive.  

Getting angry isn't the problem. Sometimes getting frustrated or angry can actually motivate us to change our behavior or situation.  Our reaction to anger is what typically gets us into trouble. If anger is affecting your ability to work, engage in social acitivies, or interferring in your relationships, therapy may be able to help.

We will utilize Cognitive Behavior Therapy to identify the triggers to your anger and uncover ways to help you deal with the underlying thoughts and emotions that lead to anger.  Together we will identify and enact ways for you to cope with the triggers that lead you to react with anger. Together we can turn anger from something that endangers your job or relationships, into something that motivates a positive change in life!