Myths About Anger

Myths About Anger

April 5th, 2021

Posted by: erica

We have to learn how to cope with our angry feelings rather than letting anger rule us. In section one of Dr. D’Arienzo’s Online Anger Management course, we discuss how to identify anger myths. Dismantling myths about anger can help you effectively deal with angry emotions. Click here to learn more about anger myths and how to cope with anger.

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How Do Children React to Divorce?

High Conflict Divorce Course October 25th, 2020

Posted by: Dr. Justin D'Arienzo, Psy.D., ABPP

If you are going through a divorce with children, you must receive proper co-parenting education. Children of divorced parents are more likely to suffer adverse effects than children with parents that are together. Children with divorced parents are more likely to have mental health issues, engage in risk-taking behaviors, suffer guilty feelings, lose interest in social activities, and lose faith in marriage. Purchase our High-Conflict Co-Parenting Course to learn how parents can work together to protect the well-being of their child(ren).

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Forensic psychologist says 2 recently released videos expose flaws with mental health system

September 14th, 2020

Posted by: Dr. Justin D'Arienzo, Psy.D., ABPP

Dr. D’Arienzo is a Florida Clinical Psychologist and Forensic Expert. Dr. D’Ariezo spoke with News4Jax about the benefits of law enforcement using body cameras when responding to calls. They also discussed the challenges that officers face when responding to a person with mental health issues. Dr. D’Arenzo emphasizes that education is key when learning how to help individuals with mental health issues.

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Stopping the mental-health crisis spawned by COVID-19 | Opinion – South Florida Sun-Sentinel

May 21st, 2020

Posted by: Dr. Justin D'Arienzo, Psy.D., ABPP

D’Arienzo Psychology is seeing a significant uptick in new mental health referrals at our practice which began when Governor DeSantis opened up Florida for Phase 1 in mid-April. Marriages are stressed, divorced parents have been fighting about visitation and the potential impact of COVID-19 and whether the other parent’s visitation is essential (the answer is, YES). Parents have had to balance homeschooling, work, and children with cabin fever, and single people have never been more isolated (dating has virtually stopped). People are worried about their jobs, paying bills, and their businesses.

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How to Handle an Angry Employee

Happy Employees are retained employees March 13th, 2020

Posted by: Dr. Justin D'Arienzo, Psy.D., ABPP

Many people believe that angry employees are a negative thing. In this article, we discuss how to handle an angry employee. Despite common beliefs, anger can be a catalyst for some of the most transformational conversations in the workplace. Click here to read more about how anger outbursts can be a good thing.

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Do You Need Help With Your Angry Teenager?

March 6th, 2020

Posted by: Dr. Justin D'Arienzo, Psy.D., ABPP

Are you or someone you know dealing with an angry teenager? We all know a teenager who can be kind of aggressive sometimes, and yet we tend to blame this aggressiveness on factors like hormones and undeveloped areas of the brain that deal with emotional regulation. However, based on some recent research findings, there may be a little more at play here than hormones. Click here to learn more about how you can help your teen.

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Is Anger Related to Anxiety

February 25th, 2020

Posted by: Dr. Justin D'Arienzo, Psy.D., ABPP

Generalized anxiety disorder is a condition that is categorized as persistent fear or worry. One study sought out to find if anxiety and anger are related. Recent research has identified a possible link between anger and anxiety. Click here to learn more.

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Anger and Access to Guns Increase Risk of Violence

February 9th, 2020

Posted by: Dr. Justin D'Arienzo, Psy.D., ABPP

Recent crime trends suggest that gun violence is an ongoing issue in America. Gun violence has more to do with anger and ease of gun access rather than psychiatric issues. It was found that a whopping nine percent of anger related tendencies had easy access to guns, and these individuals are rarely diagnosed with mental illness. Mental illness and gun violence rarely overlap with one another.

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Take Our Anger Management Course and Live Without Anger

October 20th, 2019

Posted by: Dr. Justin D'Arienzo, Psy.D., ABPP

It is Time to be Free of Anger? As a result of taking one of our online anger management courses, you will live life without anger and be free. Is it not time to be free? Imagine never again exploding at someone you love or with a coworker. Additionally, we can help you learn to […]

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How to apologize after you get angry?

October 1st, 2019

Posted by: Dr. Justin D'Arienzo, Psy.D., ABPP

What is an Apology? The First Step After Your Anger Episode? Apologize! Saying your sorry after you get angry is the first step toward anger management. Again, whether you went into a full rage or just lost your lid, the first step is apologizing. However, if you are in a relationship where you apologize repeatedly […]

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