Anger Management Program

Anger Management Program

The anger management program consists of 12 weekly 1½ hour psycho-educational group sessions. I work with individuals who are unable to manage angry feelings in the workplace or in their personal lives, and have not been court involved for severe and ongoing acts of domestic violence.

Participants gain tools and techniques that enable them to:

  • Understand the dynamics of their anger
  • Decrease the intensity, frequency and/or duration of feelings of anger
  • Express feelings of anger in a healthy and constructive manner

In addition to the 12 weekly sessions, the program includes up to 2 hours of individual evaluation and assessment and an exit interview upon program completion.
Individual sessions to address anger control problems are also available.

How is the approach different from other approaches?

The anger management model is based on the most up-to-date research and principles and addresses the complexity of the issue in an easy to understand and structured way.

The effective model provides specific techniques that can be used immediately.

I have over 30 years of combined experience as a practicing clinical social worker in a variety of settings with diverse groups of individuals.

To learn more about the anger management program, please download the Anger Management Program Fact Sheet

Some health insurance plans are accepted. A payment plan is offered as well.

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What are your anger patterns?

Please take a few moments to download the questionnaire below. The exercise may help you to increase your awareness of your anger patterns and gain insight into how you manage your anger. 

Anger Management Program Satisfaction

Results of client satisfaction for our Anger Management Program.

Data is current as of October 2, 2022.

Data below is based on 413 individuals who completed the 12-week anger management group between November 2004 and October 2022.

Data in the pie charts below are reported as a percentage of participants who selected that response to each item.

How much has your anger arousal or physical feelings related to anger decreased?
How much has your awareness of anger triggers increased?
How much has your urge to express your anger in aggressive ways (verbally or physically) decreased?
How much has your use of "calm self talk" to avoid aggressive behavior increased?
How much has your ability to remove yourself from situations that lead to aggressive behavior improved?