Aaron D Karmin, LCPC

Name:Aaron D Karmin
Gender:Male
Specialty:Counselor—Professional
Location:Lake and Michigan
Chicago, IL 60601
Phone: 888-726-7170
http://angerclinic.wordpress.com/about/
 
Introduction:
If you are patient in one moment of anger, you will escape a hundred days of sorrow.--

Some people express anger in ways that are not helpful to them, the problem is not that they GET angry; after all, everyone gets angry sometimes. The problem is HOW they express their anger.

Aaron Karmin MA, LCPC. Through Roosevelt University he holds an advanced certification in stress management which involves teaching six mind-body techniques which enhances relaxation. Aaron has worked at all levels of mental health care from inpatient to outpatient, private to community, not for profit to Fortune 500 executives. He is a highly effective guest lecturer, group therapy leader, and individual therapist who is able to discuss a variety of topics including: Anger Management, Leadership, 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 to anger management 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. When individuals feel in control of their situations and their lives, their depression and anxiety are replaced with feelings of security, confidence, competence, identity, responsibility, belonging, and self-respect, which is the prerequisite for success at home and at work.
Education:
SchoolDegreeMajorGraduation
Roosevelt UniversityMAClinical Professional Psychology, Advanced Certification in Stress Management6/2003
SUNY Stony BrookBAPsychology, Sociology12/1999
License:
NameIssued ByDuration
LCPCIL Department of Professional Regulation2/2005
Publication:
http://ezinearticles.com/?expert=Aaron_Karmin#more-information

Smith, J. C., & Karmin, A. (2002) Idiosyncratic Reality Claims, Relaxation Dispositions and ABC Relaxation Theory. Published in Perceptual and Motor Skills, 95, 1119-1128.

Other Location:
aaronkarmin@gmail.com

http://www.urbanbalance.org/
akarmin@urbanbalance.com
888-726-7170 ext 556

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