I just posted a new promotional video that I had created announcing my new location in Newport Beach California. In addition to providing marriage and couples therapy at this new location, I can also provide my services to people all over the world with Skypeâ„¢. It is my hope that I can help improve the lives of people all over by teaching them valuable techniques for anger and stress management.
If you would like to contact me, please feel free to call me at 714-745-1393.
I hope you enjoy the video below!
Over the years, I have always tried to use technology to help offer my services to more people and in more convenient ways. For over a decade I made practical use of my website for this very reason. Once the technology became available , toll free number I made my anger management program available as an online course and I continued with my online marriage class. Continuing this tradition, I am happy to announce the ability to offer Skype conferences to all of my clients.
I recently relocated to the Newport Beach area in Southern California, but if you require anger management consultation or couples and marriage therapy, I can now offer these individualized services to anyone in the world. If you are seeking anger management consultation, treatment or marriage and couples therapy, then feel free to contact me at 714-745-1393 to schedule a Skype call.
I look forward to helping you!
We are very excited to announce the release of the AngerCoach Mobile iPhone/iPod Touch app available in the iTunes app store!
With the pace of technology catching up to our busy schedules we feel this new platform is the ideal way to deliver the timely and practical content the AngerCoach provides. People of all ages and backgrounds can access these useful anger management tools in the palm of their hand. Not only does the app provide skill building tools for the 8 tools of anger control, but it provides an easy way to monitor your progress and access constantly updating tools for 6 unique anger zones.
Click here to download the app via the App Store, and remember to tell us what you think!
I have to admit that I thought twittering was some kind of perversion and pretty much a waste of time- until I actually checked it out. Now as see it as a marvelous communication and teaching tool for anger management. How can this technology help people their anger, you may ask? Not sure of all the answers to that question yet, but we can start by announcing that if you start following me on twitter several things happen. The first thing is that you become one of my tweeple :). As an anger coach tweeple personÂ you can just read what I write or you can start tweeting yourself.
(The next time you get angry, just read this blog about the tweeple people; that ought to take away 80% or soÂ of your anger right there)
To join my group and start following me,Â go to http://www.twitter.com/drtony
and clcik on the “follow” icon. (You may have to join Twitter first, if you are not already a member, but it is free).
By following me on twitter, you will get many short but extremely useful anger control tips plus instant updates on new programs, products an classes.
See you there
Dr Tony Fiore
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Dr Tony Fiore announces that his company, The Anger Coach, is showing an increasing internet presence and saturation,according to recent statistics provided by Alexa.com and other search engine ranking sites. “It is gratifying to see the increase in usage of our site,” said Doctor Fiore. “Nearly 8000 new people are now visiting our site monthly,” including those reading our blog and learning from our new Anger Coach Radio Show podcasts.”
From The American Institute Of Stress:
“One might think that cell phones would reduce stress by facilitating contacting someone in an emergency or transmitting time urgent information but a recent study suggests otherwise. A sociology professor who followed more than 1300 people found that those who regularly used cell phones or pagers “experienced an increase in psychological distress and a decrease in family satisfaction” compared to those who used these devices less often. No such effects were seen in others who regularly used e-mails.”