Institute for the Study and Treatment of Anger and Aggression
Are you angry? Do you know of someone with an anger problem? Anger leads to marital distress, parent-child problems, loss of friends, trouble on the job, aggressive driving and road rage, inability to think clearly/poor decision making, violence, drug and alcohol use, and medical problems such as heart disease or stroke.
Our Anger Management Programs help adults and adolescents with the two types of anger:
Yelling, screaming, throwing or breaking objects, pushing others, hitting, slapping, shoving, etc.
Thinking about mistreatment and neglect, pouting, dwelling on the misdeeds of others. Fantasizing about getting even and revenge.
We provide the following research-supported services:
- Individualized, Anger Management Counseling Services
- Assessment of anger and the potential for aggression
- Cognitive-behavioral psychotherapy for anger and aggression
- Speakers for hospitals, schools, and community agencies
- Seminars for community agencies and corporations
Services are low cost, individual, and confidential.
Howard Kassinove, Ph.D., ABPP
Professor of Psychology and Clinical Psychologist
Board Certified in Clinical Psychology and Behavioral Psychology
Anger intervention specialists:
Michael Klein, M.A.
Joseph McCabe, M.A.
Rachel Tirnady, M.A.
Michael Toohey, M.A.
Nicholas Petikas, M.A.
Kristen Risola, M.A.
Svetlana Zilberman, M.A.
For an appointment, call (516) 463-5660.