Anger Management

Whether it is road rage; or emotional, verbal, or physical violence in marriage; or yelling at the media over the contentious political climate in our country, it seems that anger has become more prevalent in our lives and culture. Research shows that with increased frequency and intensity of anger outbursts, moods, thoughts, and relationships become more deeply discordant with long-lasting negative effects.

At Woodlands Family Institute, P.C. we take a focused, programmatic approach toward reducing the frequency of expressions of anger, providing coping strategies, and reducing the recovery time for anger occurrences.

While all of our therapists are skilled at anger-management approaches, Josh Parham, Megan de la Pena, and Melissa Engel both conduct special anger-management training in group and individual therapy formats.