Welcome to Outlook Associates

Outlook Associates of New England was founded in 1997 to provide organizations and individuals with a solution-focused approach to resolving personal and work-related issues specifically related to the issue of anger. As one of the cofounders of Outlook Associates of New England, I have over 25 years of experience as a practicing clinical social worker in a variety of settings and working with a diverse range of people. I deal with the complexity of anger control in a very easy to understand, practical way, while providing specific techniques that can be used immediately. I provide this expertise in corporate trainings, individual sessions and psycho-educational group sessions. Offices are located in Arlington, MA and Boston, MA.

I offer tailored workshops for corporations and agencies that span:

  • Anger problems in the workplace
  • Stress management & burnout prevention
  • Supervision of the angry employee
  • Aggression in the workplace
  • Effective communication

I also provide treatment services for individuals (both adults and adolescents) that include:

  • Effective communication & conflict resolution
  • Anxiety problems
  • Substance abuse & dependence problems
  • Depression, grief and loss
  • Relationship difficulties

Interview with Joe Pereira, MSW, LICSW on Anger Issues

"Resentments: Grasping at Hot Coals"

Buddhist Psychology Lecture Series
Institute for Meditation and Psychotherapy
March 14, 2011

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Did You Know?

A survey on workplace stress showed that 42% of office workers said they had jobs in which yelling and verbal abuse happened frequently.

According to the National Mental Health Association, 75 to 90 % of visits to physicians are stress-related.