Road Rage, anger outbursts towards one’s friends, children, co-workers or your child’s anger outbursts are a few examples that trouble individuals.
Talk therapy and sometimes medication can help those who struggle with anger.
“Am I raising my children properly?”
“Am I spending too much time with my children and not enough time with my spouse/partner?”
“I don't feel understood by my spouse/partner.”
“My wife said she is leaving me and I am devastated. I didn’t see it coming.”
“My child has learning problems. Do I talk to the school or find a professional outside school to help my child?”
“Is my anger getting in the way of appropriately disciplining my child?”
“How do I help my child develop a sense of self-worth?”
“How do we tell our children about our impending divorce?”
“How can our family learn to communicate and get along better?”
Being a member of a family can be joyful and yet complicated and stressful. Through discussions with our trained therapists who see families as well as individuals, you can understand what prevents you and your family from communicating more effectively, functioning better and learn new ways to function better.
“I have accomplished many worthwhile pursuits.”
“I have a good job.”
“I am a good partner.”
“I am a good friend and many people tell me they like me.”
“How is it I never feel good about myself? I feel inadequate and do not give myself credit for my accomplishments and who I am.”
Through the compassionate help of a therapist, you can change your self-image, discover ways to affirm your self-worth, and cease to be impacted by a negative representation of who you really are.
Psychiatrists are medical doctors who prescribe medication to people who have emotional problems. Therapists may refer
patients to psychiatrists when additional help beyond therapy is necessary where medications can augment the person’s progress.
“There is so much I have to accomplish today but I will never complete it.”
“Since the company has downsized, my boss expects too much from me, and yet I can't say no fearing I will be fired.”
“I look forward to getting home and relaxing but I confronted with the needs of my children, my partner’s expectations of me, and my wish to be there for them.”
“No matter how hard I try, I can’t seem to relax even when I’m on vacation.”
“I can’t seem to give up trying to control things over which I have no control.”
“I feel like I am pushing a heavy stone up a mountain and will never get it to the top.”
Today’s fast moving world presents many challenges from the outside. The way you react to these pressures from the inside may turn out to be detrimental to your health and sense of well-being. In these technological times, you might want to take a breath, speak with a professional, and develop more effective ways to deal with your daily challenges, as you navigate through this stressful world in which we live.