Make Peace of Mind
the Priority.

Anger Management

Feeling angry is a normal emotion we all experience. You can feel anger under many circumstances, and it’s a natural and healthy response to injustice, unexpected situations, and confrontation. 

Anger can result in unwanted stress, irrational thoughts, or behaviours that can negatively affect your relationships, work, and daily life. Anger can also affect your feelings and moods, exacerbating more rage.

More severe anger can feel uncontrollable. If your anger results in behaviour that leaves you guilty or causes conflict with others, you may need to seek professional help. Anger management counselling can help you safely identify, process, and manage your feelings of anger to reduce its severity and impact on your actions and others.  

 

Here are some common indicators that anger could be having an impact on your life: 

  • It takes a long time to feel calm again after something makes you angry.
  • Constantly feeling on edge or anxious, experiencing headaches or high blood pressure.
  • Urges to verbally, emotionally, or physically attack when conflict occurs.
  • You turn to drugs or alcohol to manage your anger.
  • Trying to resolve past disputes becomes common.
  • People close to you have voiced their concerns to you about your anger.
  • You feel shame or regret as an outcome of a confrontation or conflict.

Feeling angry is a normal emotion we all experience. You can feel anger under many circumstances, and it’s a natural and healthy response to injustice, unexpected situations, and confrontation. 

Anger can result in unwanted stress, irrational thoughts, or behaviours that can negatively affect your relationships, work, and daily life. Anger can also affect your feelings and moods, exacerbating more rage.

More severe anger can feel uncontrollable. If your anger results in behaviour that leaves you guilty or causes conflict with others, you may need to seek professional help. Anger management counselling can help you safely identify, process, and manage your feelings of anger to reduce its severity and impact on your actions and others.  

 

How Our Team Can Help

At Unboxed Pride, we offer support by developing a plan that may include:

A Safe Space to Talk

Just talking about your feelings is a huge first step towards healing. Our online therapists are caring, non-judgemental and ready to listen, and you can choose with whom, when and from where you meet.

Trigger Identification

Together with your therapist, you can take the time to work through your feelings and identify what circumstances (or people or places) trigger your anger. From here, you can be more prepared for these triggers and implement proactive strategies to eliminate or reduce your anger.

Conflict Resolution and Mindfulness Techniques

There are many therapeutic methods that can be developed for anger management.  Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT), as well as a range of other techniques, are highly effective ways of using exercises and questions to understand and resolve anger triggers.  The development of conflict resolution strategies, mindfulness, and deep breathing techniques are also valuable tools to develop a sense of presence and calm.

Our Team Are Here for You

We are here with you every step of the way and are committed to progress and supporting you in your journey.
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PJ Menon

She/They
Registered Psychologist
LGBTQIA+ member, Non-Binary, Warm and Sensitive
Registered Psychologist
Tuesday & Friday
$192.90 (Private Fee)
$99.55 (With Medicare Rebate)
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PJ Menon

Registered Psychologist
ADD/ADHD
Alcohol & Drug Abuse
Anger management

Registered Psychologist (She/They)

I'm warm & empathetic, and love to use humour to develop therapeutic relationships. I value collaboration, and celebrate lived experiences and client wisdom in my work. I'm passionate about walking alongside others as they develop their self-compassion, confidence and identity.    
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Joseph Tighe

He/Him
Registered Psychologist
Male, Parent, Warm and Sensitive
Registered Psychologist
Friday
$192.90 (Private Fee)
$99.55 (With Medicare Rebate)
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Joseph Tighe

Registered Psychologist
ADD/ADHD
Agoraphobia
Alcohol & Drug Abuse

Registered Psychologist (He/Him)

In private practise Joe sees clients from LGBTQIA+ backgrounds be they pre-teen through to adulthood. He is passionate to with clients and their families at various stages of transitioning and offers an accepting, affirming space for all.
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Glenda May

She/Her
Registered Psychologist
Female, Parent, Warm and Sensitive
Registered Psychologist
Mon-Fri
$192.90 (Private Fee)
$99.55 (With Medicare Rebate)
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Glenda May

Registered Psychologist
ADD/ADHD
Alcohol & Drug Abuse
Anger management

Registered Psychologist (She/Her)

Clients often describe me as warm and inspirational. I have a passion for guiding introspection, facilitating self-discovery, and empowering individuals to achieve their aspirations.    
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Leonard W Kling

He/Him
Clinical Psychologist
Male, LGBTQIA+ member, Warm and Sensitive, Non-religous
Clinical Psychologist
Wednesday
$235.50 (Private Fee)
$98.45 (With Medicare Rebate)
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Leonard W Kling

Clinical Psychologist
ADD/ADHD
Agoraphobia
Alcohol & Drug Abuse

 Clinical Psychologist (He/Him) 

I’m a very positive, compassionate and respectful person. While making every effort to genuinely understand the unique challenges that can be faced, I’ll always create a welcoming and safe space to build future goals and work with you to develop positive change and growth.
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Tasha Turner

She/They
Senior Counsellor
LGBTQIA+ member, Gender Queer, Spiritual, Non-religious, Confident, Warm and Sensitive
Senior Counsellor
Monday – Sunday
Individual Sessions: $130
Couples: $230
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Tasha Turner

Senior Counsellor
ADD/ADHD
Agoraphobia
Alcohol & Drug Abuse

Senior Counsellor (She/They)

As a proud gender Queer, pansexual, neurodivergent Counsellor, and chronic pain battler, I am excited to be part of this tailored support service. My purpose is to guide clients in exploring their true selves, embracing their differences and living authentically  
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Mark Podesta

He/Him
Registered Psychologist (GradDip & Postgrad Dip - Psychology)
LGBTQIA+ member, Male, Spiritual, Warm and Sensitive
General Psychologist (GradDip and Postgrad Dip -Psych)
Saturday
$192.90 (Private Fee)
$99.55 (With Medicare Rebate)
  $230 – Couples Counselling
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Mark Podesta

Registered Psychologist (GradDip & Postgrad Dip - Psychology)
ADD/ADHD
Alcohol & Drug Abuse
Anger management

Registered Psychologist (He/Him)

I'm a warm, caring, approachable person. I'll be guided by your strengths, needs and circumstances; empowering you to be able to create positive changes, cope with challenges and difficulties, and improve your overall wellbeing.    
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Keith Kulda

He/Him
Counsellor
Confident, LGBTQIA+ member, Tough but Comforting, Male
Counsellor
Wed & Thurs
$130
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Keith Kulda

Counsellor
ADD/ADHD
Agoraphobia
Alcohol & Drug Abuse

 Counsellor (He/Him)

My counselling approach is person-centred and focused on developing strong therapeutic partnerships and meet clients where they are. I am a proud gay man of colour with a practice motivated on helping clients with personal growth and making self-rewarding change.  
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Nicole Vanderkroef

She/Her
Clinical Counsellor and Psychotherapist
LGBTQIA+ member, Female, Spiritual, Non-religious, Parent, Warm and Sensitive, Confident
Clinical Counsellor and Psychotherapist
Monday, Wednesday & Saturday
$130
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Nicole Vanderkroef

Clinical Counsellor and Psychotherapist
ADD/ADHD
Agoraphobia
Alcohol & Drug Abuse

Clinical Counsellor and Psychotherapist (She/Her)

I am a qualified clinical counsellor and psychotherapist with over 10 years working with adults, children and families. I have a warm, open and patient approach -- and some very broad shoulders  
https://unboxedpride.com.au/