Adult Anger Management Group
A psycho-educational group conducted by a trained facilitator, focusing on several topics including teaching adults 18 years and older to identify individual triggers and symptoms associated with anger. Participants learn strategies to manage their anger and increase coping skills. Participants may be self-referred, referred by the courts or other professionals. The program consists of 1 session (1.5-2 hr) per week for 8 weeks.
Adolescent Anger Management Group
A psycho-educational group conducted by a trained facilitator, designed to teach participants aged 14 to 17, coping skills to help manage their anger. Participants learn what not to do, helping them respond to anger in a nonaggressive manner and rethink anger-provoking situations. Participants may be self-referred, referred by the courts or other professionals.
Parenting Education Group
A trained group facilitator dedicated to creating healthy relationships within families teaches parents a set of strategies that assists children in developing self-regulation and self-efficacy with children of all ages. Parenting principles include refusing to energize negativity, energizing success, absolute clarity, active-experiential-proactive recognitions, and consistent consequences. The program consists of 10 weekly sessions.
Social Skills Group
Daily psycho-educational group provided to middle and high school students who are in an alternative educational setting. The group teaches social skills, anger management and moral reasoning using an evidenced-based curriculum.