About this Blog
Anger is a healthy emotion in everybody’s life — when it’s expressed in an appropriate manner at the right time. Too often, many of us let anger get the better of us in arguments and emotional interactions with others. This blog will help you better understand the roots of anger, and how to experience it in a way that is more healthy — both for you and those around you.
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About Aaron Karmin MA, LCPC
Through Roosevelt University in Chicago, IL Aaron earned his masters degree in clinical professional psychology. In addition, he is a certified clinical hypnotherapist and holds an advanced certification in stress management, which involves teaching six mind-body techniques to enhance relaxation. Aaron has been a practicing counselor since 2003. He has worked at all levels of mental health care from inpatient to outpatient, private to community, not for profit to Fortune 500 companies. He is a highly effective guest lecturer, group therapy leader, couple’s counselor and individual therapist who is able to discuss a variety of topics including: Anger Management, Adaptive Thinking, Relaxation Techniques, Communication Skills, and Goal Setting Strategies. Aaron recognizes the need for flexibility and creativity to address the mind and body and uses solution-based instructions to promote a healthy lifestyle.
His approach focuses on increasing frustration tolerance and impulse control by understanding triggers, identifying physical cues, recognizing thoughts, considering consequences, implementing solutions, choosing behaviors, and promoting expression.
All humans struggle with their feelings and its a sign of strength and intelligence to know when to seek support. Any professional who has useful skills and the right tools, is an asset, not a liability.
To learn more about Aaron: www.urbanbalance.org
Anger Management Book
The Anger Management Workbook for Men goes beyond why men get angry and helps you get to the root of your anger by including:
Invaluable information and assessments to help evaluate your anger
Concrete examples of productively expressing anger
Clinical examples of anger management strategies
The Anger Management Workbook for Men will give you positive and productive anger management tools to strengthen the most important and most overlooked relationship in your life— your relationship with yourself.