Anger Management Program for Women
Anger is a powerful emotion that can feel difficult to control. Some research has shown that women view anger as counterproductive and have often been socialized to think that anger is not an appropriate feeling to experience. Women have a great deal of daily stress that they have to manage which can include having a career, making effective transitions between work and home, and raising children. These stressors can lead to feeling angry.
Individuals who cannot effectively regulate their anger can suffer from a variety of health and relationship problems. It is important for women to understand and accept their anger, and to learn healthy coping strategies to manage their anger. The Anger Management Program under the auspices of Outlook Associates of New England provides an opportunity for women to understand the dynamics of anger, and learn techniques that can be used to improve her capability to express anger assertively.
If you are interested in learning more about the anger management program for women please contact Julie Catalano, LICSW at 617-429-4738 or email@example.com
Julie Catalano, MSW, LICSW
Julie Catalano is a licensed independent social worker who has extensive experience working with adults, adolescents and children, as well as couples and families, in schools, mental health clinics, and in private practice.
She specializes in treating survivors of trauma, as well as adults, adolescents, and children experiencing depression, anxiety, and other mood disorders. She has experience working with clients of diverse cultural, ethnic and socioeconomic backgrounds.
Her collaborative method when working with clients and systems is integral to developing a comprehensive understanding of an individual’s strengths (both internally and environmentally) as well as areas for growth.
She uses an eclectic approach to treatment, including EMDR, hypnosis, play therapy, cognitive behavioral therapy, and systems therapy to support individuals, couples and families to accomplish their goals.
Please contact Julie Catalano, LICSW at 617-429-4738 or firstname.lastname@example.org.