Anger Management Groups now forming for:
May 14, 2018 (Men)
May 16, 2018 (Women)
What types of people
go to anger management ? Typically the person who goes to an anger management
has been required to attend the class by a judge, probation officer, employer,
school official, or even a spouse or parent. Though most people who attend anger
management required to attend, there are people who are tired of the problems
their anger has caused and as a result seek anger management on their
$550.00 Group Fee (when paid up front)
Weekly payment plan $65.00 for a total cost of $715.00
Anger Management groups are a 10-12 week course. Attendance and
participation a must for the certificate to be awarded at the end of the program.
- Overview of Anger
- Events and Cues
- Anger control
- The Aggression Cycle
- Anger and the
Family, Parts 1 & 2
Training and Conflict Resolution Model, Parts 1 & 2
- Closing and
Certificates of Completion are given at the end of the program. Program
must be paid in full.
Program conforms to the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services Standards.
Focused Anger Management
STRATEGIES FOR ANGRY TEENS
January 2, 2017
Who should refer and
take this Group?
This group is open to
referrals through Law Enforcement, the School Guidance Department, SAP Program,
Outside Social Service Organization, Parent's. I will be accepting
referrals for Teenager's between the age of 15 and 17 years of
age. Groups will vary in size and all Teens will be evaluated through an
intake for appropriateness into group by age.
Groups are successful because participants realize their need
to be apart of the program and work to complete it.
The objectives for
this course are as follows:
• understand that
anger is a normal human feeling.
• recognize the difference between angry feelings and angry behavior.
• identify what triggers their anger.
• become familiar with their physical anger warning signs.
• identify their characteristic ways of expressing anger.
• consider the consequences of angry behavior.
• develop constructive and effective ways of expressing and handling their
• respond effectively to someone else’s anger.
A certificate of
completion is given at the end of the group for all attendees who are paid in
full, who have attended the program and successfully participated in the entire