We provide education and training in anger management, self-regulating techniques, including deep relaxation, autogenic training, biofeedback education, and self-hypnosis.
We do not offer counseling or any mental health therapy. David A. Singer, M.Ed. has extensive referral resources available, which include several community-based medical and mental health professionals, should that become necessary and/or appropriate.
If you have been ordered by the court, or required by your employer, to take anger managment courses, you have a legal and moral obligation to complete said training
Counteracting or Managing Stress
- Finding a method of coping with the problem
- Massage can loosen muscles and increase blood flow.
- Meditation can help to open new paths in the brain.
- Physical exercise helps us to become healthier, leading to better blood flow.
- Proper sleep can revitalize the brain.
- Nature and listening to classical music e.g. Mozart, can help to calm the mind.
- Yoga can improve physical well being
- A positive attitude can bring a new perspective on problems.
- STRESS MANAGEMENT begins with understanding what drives you, what your major struggles are, how to put them into perspective, and how to take action.
Anger Management Stress Services Biofeedback
Road rage is a unique type of anger in that it is accurately predictable when it will occur. Like other types of anger that is normal there is a point to where you have decided that you need to learn the techniques that will help you identify and de-escalate.
While anger is usually a very normal and even necessary state, it often comes from deeper human / psychological causes. When this is the case, referral to a licensed professional, including a psychologist or psychiatrist, is crucial.
Stress management training for families.
Especially these days when both partners in a family have careers and children are involved in diverse extra-curricular activities, it’s very easy for the family unit to break down, resulting in a number of separate individuals living under one roof.
Biofeedback - What is biofeedback? A good example used to explain this is to ask you to feel your pulse. Use any method, such as placing your index finger of one hand over the opposing wrist and ‘feel’ the artery at that location (including your neck, or inside elbow, etc.). The pulse has an even rhythm, so slow down your breathing and notice a slowing down of your pulse. more info
Virtual Stress Management
What is virtual stress management?Is it possible to have a private one on one sessions in the privacy of your own home? The answer is yes. We are proud to introduce virtual coaching and anger management sessions. Our new virtual online sessions includes a stress free FREE CONSULTATION.
What is Stress?
??What is it? What is Stress?What is the body, the brain responding to when stress occurs? Is it real? Is it imagined?
Here is an important word: HOMEOSTASIS, defined as the body – or any organism – working to constantly achieve a balance within itself – adapting to changes which occur – temperature and chemical changes within the body.
So STRESS can be defined as the mind and body responding to outside, internal or even imagined stimulations and eventually losing it’s balance – or falling out of healthy homeostasis. This is likened to global warming, which we can all see our earth responding to in often frightening ways.
To keep a body alive, there are automatic mechanisms to help maintain these internal responses at a desirable level. But SELF-REGULATION is a necessary tool in order to maintain these desirable levels.
In 1926, Han Selye, M.D., began his theory which explains how stress impacts people’s lives. This ‘stress cycle’ has three major components, known as the General Adaptation Syndrome, or the body's short-term and long-term reaction to stress