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The Snow Psychology Group,LLC

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

To make an appointment,

call 240-676-4206 or email drselenasnow@snowpsych.com

6274 Montrose Road, Rockville, MD 20852 ● 240-676-4206drselenasnow@snowpsych.com

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 ● Do you feel angry all the time?

 ● Do you want to feel less angry but don’t know how?

 ● Do you frequently say things to others that you later regret?

 ● Is your anger seriously damaging your relationships?

 ● Are you ready to stop feeling so angry?

 

Contact The Snow Psychology Group

Call us at 240-676-4206 or email us at drselenasnow@snowpsych.com to see how we can help you start controlling your anger. We offer a free 15-minute phone consultation. Our private practice is located in Rockville, Maryland. More information about the staff is available at Meet the Staff.

 

Anger Management

Anger has a way of taking over and blocking out your ability to experience other emotions. We can help you take back control of your feelings and your reactions. Anger is a learned behavior and you have learned to respond with anger to stressors and situations in your life. But the good news is that you can “un-learn” these behaviors. We can work together so that you can begin to learn more constructive and adaptive ways to handle these situations.

 

Let us help you learn to recognize your personal anger triggers and develop multiple strategies to better control your anger.  The 3 general goals of anger management include: 1) Reducing the frequency of angry feelings. 2) Reducing the intensity of your anger when you do become angry. 3) Minimizing the damage you do to yourself or others when you are angry (for example, saying or doing things at work or at home that you later regret or that have negative consequences).

 

Dr. Snow is a clinical psychologist with many years of experience working with both men and women in therapy on anger management. Her research on anger has been presented at scientific conferences and published in the Journal of Behavioral Medicine.

 

Our practice is ideal for those who want to learn tools to better control their anger that has become a toxic element in their lives. However, our practice is not appropriate for those who are violent, batterers/abusive, or court-mandated for treatment.