Anger is a natural basic human emotion that is often used to express negative feelings. We believe that anger is a secondary emotion, usually a reaction to underlying emotions such as frustration, hurt, loss, or disrespect.
Road rage, violent behavior, verbal abuse, aggression, intimidation, and lack of empathy, are examples of issues that benefit from anger management.
The goal of our program is to teach people to identify, understand and defuse their own anger by learning healthy expressions of anger that are acceptable to society, so that violence and self-destructive behavior can be avoided.
We provide a safe educational environment to assist individuals in recognizing, managing, and expressing their emotions, particularly their anger. Our staff are highly qualified.
We conduct an Anger Management Assessment in the initial interview. This assessment tool focuses on the participant's level of functioning in managing stress and anger, their communication abilities, and their emotional intelligence. We also conduct a post-test at termination of the program to determine the level of success achieved by the client.
We focus on enhancing emotional intelligence, improving assertive communication, as well as suggesting behavioral strategies for recognizing, dealing with, and managing anger and stress. Our compassionate certified staff delivers the information in a professional manner with empathic, non-judgmental, and respectful consideration.