Introducing Anger Management: Becoming Curious Instead of FuriousAnger is a healthy emotion in everybody’s life — when it’s expressed in an appropriate manner at the right time. Too often, many of us let anger get the better of us in arguments and emotional interactions with others.

That’s why I’m pleased to introduce Anger Management: Becoming Curious Instead of Furious with Aaron Karmin, MA, LCPC. This blog will help you better understand the roots of anger, and how to experience it in a way that is more healthy — both for you and those around you.

Aaron earned his masters degree in clinical professional psychology at Roosevelt University in Chicago, IL. In addition, he is a certified clinical hypnotherapist and holds an advanced certification in stress management, which involves teaching six mind-body techniques to enhance relaxation. Aaron has been a practicing counselor for over 10 years. He has worked at all levels of mental health care from inpatient to outpatient, private to community, not for profit to Fortune 500 companies. You can learn more about Aaron over on the blog.

Please give Aaron a warm Psych Central welcome over at his new blog, Anger Management: Becoming Curious Instead of Furious, today!

 


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    Last reviewed: By John M. Grohol, Psy.D. on 2 Jul 2013
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APA Reference
Grohol, J. (2013). Introducing Anger Management: Becoming Curious Instead of Furious. Psych Central. Retrieved on September 23, 2014, from http://psychcentral.com/blog/archives/2013/07/03/introducing-anger-management-becoming-curious-instead-of-furious/

 

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