Tag: Anger Management


Men’s Mental Health

Men’s Mental Health Issues  In our macho world, boys learn to control their feelings, to never cry, and that anger and violence is a problem-solving method.  As a result, boys and men pay a huge toll for maintaining an image of manhood that keeps them isolated from women, children and other men.   -Stop the […]

Counseling on Men’s Issues

Gender Role Expectation as a Source of Men’s Health and Mental Health Disparaties Men are more likely to die than women for all 15 leading causes of death; the average life expectancy for a male, at birth, is 74.6 years, while for women it’s 79.6 years. This is because, Men do not seek out medical or mental […]

Couples Therapy with Emotional/Verbal and Psychological Abuse

Therapeutic Issues in Couples Therapy with Emotional/Verbal (Psychological) Abuse Moshe Rozdzial, PhD, LPC*   Intimate partner (domestic) abuse is a pattern of physical, emotional, verbal (psychological), and sexual mistreatment to gain and maintain differential power and control within an intimate relationship.  Verbal and emotional abuse in relationship are part of a range of coercive behaviors […]

LGBT Couples Therapy with Psychological Abuse

Working with Gay and Lesbian Couples with Emotional/Verbal (Psychological) Abuse Moshe Rozdzial, PhD, LPC*.   Intimate partner abuse exempts no race, ethnicity, socio-economic status, sexual orientation or social status. On a daily basis, issues of dominance, power, and control in relationships are rooted in the oppressive systems to which we are all conditioned. Heterosexual hegemony normalizes […]

How to really change negative self-talk and negative thinking

How to really change negative self-talk and negative thinking. Moshe Rozdzial, PhD All of us are on a journey of self awareness. However, this journey towards identity and individuality is marked by early negative events, stored as verbal (mind) or non-verbal (body) memories. These memories, coded as negative beliefs about the self, conditioned the mind […]

Finding and Choosing a Colorado Psychotherapist and Counselor

Finding and Choosing a Colorado Psychotherapist and Counselor Some guidelines: Is your therapist or counselor licensed? Each therapist is licensed by the state where he or she practices. A License is not a guarantee of a good therapist. It does indicate that the therapist has undergone training and supervision according to state standards. Inquire as […]

Anger Management and Anger Counseling

Anger Management and Anger Counseling Do you feel angry a lot of the time? Are you worried that your anger is out-of-control? Is your anger hurting your personal relationships and work? Do you think you have to get angry to get what you want? Does your anger cycle continue after the triggering event has passed? […]

The “12 Ways of Christmas”: Holiday Stress Reduction

The “12 Ways of Christmas”: Holiday Stress Reduction. by Moshe Rozdzial, LPC The holiday season is a time of great expectations. Often this leads to feeling pressure to spend more money, overeat, use alcoholic beverages, postpone sleep, and to put on a holiday “happy face”. There may also be challenges for those living alone or […]

Women’s Mental Health Issues: Anxiety Disorders

Women’s Counseling and Empowerment Issue Women and Anxiety Women struggle with anxiety disorders significantly more often than men. Anxiety disorders are treatable, yet many women may not realize that they are struggling with anxiety and stress, invalidating their experience as PMS or moodiness. Generalized Anxiety Disorder (GAD) is an anxiety disorder that often starts in childhood and […]

Trauma, PTSD, Abuse Counseling: EMDR and Brainspotting Treatment

Trauma, PTSD and Abuse Counseling Are you experiencing intrusive thoughts or memories of past events? Are you fearful of the future? Do you get startled easily? Do you experience heightened alertness or anxiety when in public? Do you dissociate, lose time, or go into a “trance” to escape fear? The causes of your distress may […]