Emerge from Anger features a select group of independent licensed psychotherapists and Certified Domestic Violence Facilitators specializing in the treatment of problematic anger, domestic violence, substance abuse, and stress management.
LIC: LMFT 24045
Mark S. Miller, MA, LMFT
Is the founder and executive director of Emerge from Anger. As a licensed Marriage and Family Therapist since 1988, Mr. Miller has over two decades of experience working with individuals, couples, and groups.
He is the co-author of several books on anger management, including: "Got Anger? Practical Anger Management Techniques for Daily Living," "Got Anger? Practical Anger Management Techniques for Teens Only" and The ‘Big Book’ of Anger: Applying the 12-Step Program of Recovery to Anger Problems." He has been a popular speaker at the International Conference on Violence, Abuse and Trauma in San Diego, where he presented workshops on "Applying Dialectical Behavior Therapy to Anger and Domestic Violence," and "Dual Diagnosis and Issues of Anger."
He has been a regular presenter at the National Council on Alcoholism and Drug Dependence and also conducts out-of-state DUI evaluations. In 1994, Mr. Miller was trained in Jon Kabat-Zinn’s Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction Model and specializes in core mindfulness techniques. He has presented numerous trainings for licensed therapists, domestic violence facilitators, and alcohol and drug counselors in the areas of legal and ethical issues, substance abuse, and treatment issues, especially for anger issues and/or domestic violence. He is trained in EMDR for complex trauma.
He is a long-time member of the California Association of Marriage and Family Therapists, and an associate member of the Los Angeles County Psychological Association.
LIC: LMFT 27419
and LCP 13266
Patricia Patton, Ph.D.
Is a Clinical Psychologist and a licensed Marriage and Family Therapist in private practice in Newhall, CA.
She has a certificate in the treatment of chemical dependency and works with many individuals and families who are in recovery. She teaches workshops throughout California on Domestic Violence, Substance Abuse, PTSD, Self-injury, Dual Diagnosis, Dialectical Behavior Therapy and Core Mindfulness.
She is the co-author of over three books on anger management, including: "Got Anger? Practical Anger Management Techniques for Daily Living," "Got Anger? Practical Anger Management Techniques for Teens Only" and The ‘Big Book’ of Anger: Applying the 12-Step Program of Recovery to Anger Problems." She often teaches Substance Abuse and Domestic Violence as part of the 40-hour Domestic Violence facilitator-training program offered by the Association of Batterers Intervention Programs (ABIP).
She has been a popular speaker at the International Conference on Violence, Abuse and Trauma in San Diego, where she presented workshops on "Applying Dialectical Behavior Therapy to Anger and Domestic Violence," and "Dual Diagnosis and Issues of Anger."
LIC: LMFT 44059
Ginny Cammarano, MA, LMFT
Is a licensed Marriage and Family Therapist in private practice in Newhall, CA.
She has taken the 40 hour Domestic Violence facilitator-training and holds a certificate of completion from The National Association of Domestic Violence Counselors. She currently facilitates Men’s Domestic Violence groups. She is a member of the California Association of Marriage and Family Therapists.
LIC: AMFT 113579
Tracy Bagatelle-Black, MA, AMFT
Tracy Bagatelle-Black is an associate marriage and family therapist working under the supervision of Mark Miller (MFT24045). She is a strengths-based therapist utilizing solution-focused therapy to help clients become their best selves. She is interested in working with individuals and couples (including same-sex) providing therapy for a variety of relational issues, including sex-positive, kink-aware, sex therapy. She also provides support for Emerge From Anger’s domestic violence therapy groups. Previously, Tracy was a clinical counselor at PUC Schools where she worked with children aged 11-18 and their families using a variety of techniques including art and music therapy.
Tracy is a graduate of Phillips Graduate University, earning her master's degree in psychology with an emphasis on marriage and family therapy, and she earned a 40-hour Domestic Violence Counselor certification from Casa de la Familia. She is a member of the California Association of Marriage and Family Therapists. Tracy also has a masters degree in film and video from American University and a bachelor’s degree from Union College.
Martha Ferguson is a Marriage and Family Therapy Associate and Domestic Violence Facilitator associate under Mark Miller. As she states, this is her third “life” career. Ms. Ferguson has worked in the field of Occupational Therapy for over 17 years. She trained and worked at the Neuropsychiatric Institute of UCLA in Westwood, CA, as well as at the Della Martin Behavioral Health Center at Huntington Hospital in Pasadena, CA. Ms. Ferguson continued her education at Walden University, graduating with honors in 2013, with a Master of Science in Mental Health Counseling. Ms. Ferguson has been a member of Chi Sigma Iota and is currently completing her induction into the National Society of Leadership and success.
Eve Scanlon, CPE, DVF
Ms. Scanlon is certified as a Domestic Violence Facilitator and has been facilitating English and Spanish Men's groups since 2013. She is a member of ABIP, the Association of Batterers Intervention Programs. In addition, she is a Certified Parent Educator from ECHO Parenting and Education and is a member of ACE's Connection, The Adverse Childhood Experiences Connection. She also facilitates groups at the SCV Domestic Violence Center.
Jake Becerra BA, DVF
Mr. Becerra is a Domestic Violence Facilitator Associate and Anger Management Facilitator. He currently leads Anger Management Groups for men and women at Emerge from Anger. He trained in Anger Management and Domestic Violence under Mark Miller. In addition, he studied Psychology and Business Administration at Western Colorado University.