Yes. Your behavior, state of mind and energy are the key. You are the one who keeps your dog safe, exercised, healthy and fed. You are the leader, not the follower.
You'll need to assess if it's stemmed from dominance or anxiety, and make a plan to consistently follow at every feeding. Here's a link to get you started. You can go to a local pet trainer for further advice.
As you explore the site, you'll find several pages that may be helpful.
Good luck to you! Your dog is counting on you to give him/her a calm safe world. You both deserve a sweet loving life together! : )