Author Archives: Carlos Todd

8 Good Reasons Couples Should Embrace Conflict

Conflict can be both bad and good.  This article is focused on the positive value of conflict in relationships. 1. Conflict reminds us of our individual identity Each individual has a voice, a set of core beliefs and a mode … Continue reading

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Eight Reasons We Don’t Really Need Anger Management Classes

When an individual presents with frequent anger, it has become embedded in our culture to assume they need anger management classes. This position is misleading. While anger is a normal human emotion, chronic anger has many varied causes which, if … Continue reading

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8 Unconscious Beliefs that Hide Behind the Aggression that manifest itself as Domestic Violence

As a child, I was the unfortunate childhood witness to domestic violence. Those events shaped who I have become today, and as a mental health practitioner and a student of anger, conflict and domestic violence I see the world through … Continue reading

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Charlotte Counseling Practice focuses on anger, conflict, anxiety and depression

Sensing the need for a more focused approach to addressing anger, conflict, anxiety and depression Conflict Coaching & Consulting has developed practice programs that focuses on treatment of these problems Charlotte, NC  Dr. Carlos Todd director and License Professional Counselor … Continue reading

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Clinicians seeking a LPC Supervisor now have a new choice in Charlotte, North Carolina

Due to increasing demand for LPC Supervision Natasha Pemberton-Todd, LPC, LPCS has expanded her supervision practice to reach more aspiring clinicians Charlotte, NC January 22, 2014: For almost 20 years Natasha Pemberton-Todd has been providing mental health services internationally and … Continue reading

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Hospitals looking to anger management for disruptive doctors

EXTRACT The Washington Post reports a 2011 incident involving a surgeon who was conducting a difficult abdominal operation and asked for a specific tool. When a technician handed it to him, the surgeon saw that it was loaded incorrectly and … Continue reading

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Anger management programs for professionals

In certain professions, it can sometimes pay to be aggressive. Law enforcement officials, for example, may rely in part on this quality to help them think fast in a difficult and potentially life-threatening situation. Lawyers, by comparison, can implement this tactic … Continue reading

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Five reasons why Anxiety is linked to Anger, Conflict and Bullying

For the purpose of this article anxiety is defined as the following: A constant and low grade feeling of being unsafe and always fearing pending non-existence either by death or just being totally invisible or irrelevant to the rest of … Continue reading

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Anger management tips for the holidays from www.masteringanger.com

  Manage your time well Set financial goals Have an open discussion with your family about where the holidays will be spent Be willing to compromise Be aware that long shopping trips can be exhausting and may add to irritability … Continue reading

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New Teen Anger Management Program

In response to a growing need we have published an new teen workbook. This workbook is part of a comprehensive teen program. Visit conflictcoaching.co to learn more about our program.

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