By David Morgan, LCSW-R, CAMF
November 6, 2017
5 Reasons Anger affects relationships
We receive many referrals for Anger Management daily. Some people are referred because of legal issues, some for job related anger, but most are self referred due to a relationship issue. Many people don’t know how to communicate effectively when they are emotional. They don’t know how to argue productively and often times they argue over the simplest things.
Here are the top 5 reasons people lose control of their anger:
- Blaming others
- Unmet Needs
- Lack of Emotional Awareness
- Lack of Empathy
- Poor Communication skills
Which one affects your anger? Send us a quick response and let us know. You’re not alone and we can help you gain control by teaching our 8 step process.
David Morgan, LCSW-R, CAMF is the director of Long Island Anger Management, Inc. He is a licensed clinical social worker with over 15 years experience in private practice. He has worked in a major Hospital on the psychiatric in-patient unit and in the psychiatric emergency room. He has worked with children, adolescents, and adults with major psychiatric and substance abuse disorders in both the acute and clinical settings. In addition, he has worked in the public school system developing programs and facilitating groups for children and adolescents on a wide variety of topics. He is licensed by New York State to provide clinical psychotherapy and he has helped many people achieve their goals over the years. He is a certified anger management provider and has extensive training in anger management. He has just co-authored an anger management workbook, Managing Our Anger, Managing Our Lives, which is expected to be published in spring of 2016.