Online Anger Management Classes in Texas

You may be required to complete an anger management class in Texas by a court, judge, parole or probation officer, state or county official, legal representative or employer. In order to cover all their standards, AngerMasters provides you with programs with duration from 1 up to 52 hours/weeks, developed by a certified instructor. 

Furthermore, our completely online anger management course in Texas is known to be state approved and accepted by a number of courts, employers and other authorities that allow non-presence educational forms. Nevertheless, it is recommendable to check whether your home county will accept your distance-learning certificate of completion. So, check your county acceptance below before enrolling in the program.

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Why Should You Choose Us?
  • Texas Accepted
  • Texas Court Recognized
  • Completely online
  • Self-paced, self-study
  • Access from any device
  • Developed by experts
  • No presence required
  • Free certificate of completion
  • Free letter of enrollment
  • Developed by NAMA instructor
  • Accepted in all states
  • Classes from 4 up-to 52 hours

Texas Recognized

  • Accepted by courts and employers
  • Meets Texas standards
Our online anger management class in Texas is developed to meet the requirements of courts, probation/parole officers, legal representatives and employers.

Check whether your certificate of completion will be accepted by your county.

Texas's Lowest Price

  • No hidden costs
  • Texas courses starting from $24.99

If you find another provider with a cheaper course with the same hourly/weekly specifications in Texas, you will pay only 50% of the competitor's price.

Free Letter of Enrollment, Free Certificate of Completion, and no additional costs for workbooks or any other material.

Guaranteed Acceptance in TX

  • 100% money-back guarantee
  • Full refund available

AngerMasters will refund your money if the court/employer in Texas doesn't accept your letter of enrollment or certificate of completion.

Learn more about the other guarantees provided by AngerMasters.

County acceptance in Texas

Some counties in the state of Texas may not allow distance learning. Below, you will find a list with all counties statewide. We recommend you to check whether your Certificate of Completion will be accepted in Texas.

Red-colored county names are known to reject distant learning providers.
Cities With Most Enrollees in Texas
South Fork Estates
Fernando Salinas
Los Veteranos II
Los Veteranos I
El Castillo
Loma Vista
Paisano Park

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