16-Week Anger Management Classes

The 16-week anger management class provided by AngerMasters is suitable for individuals who are ready to work on themselves; try to get to know their emotions and strive for controlling them; believe that acute manifestations of anger are an obstacle in their communication and in the proper development of their relationships; and most of all for ones who seek to improve themselves to be better people, employees and citizens.

However, the 16-week anger management course is often mandated by judges, family courts, employers, child welfare, state and county officials. This court-approved anger management class is designed by certified professionals to meet all mentioned requirements and satisfy the needs of our clients by actively participating in their personal growth.

Recognized throughout the United States, the 16-week anger management program is divided into 16 individual sessions, each of which participants get access to on Mondays - the first days of each week, for a total of 16 weeks, or approximately 4 months. Sign up today and take the first step towards anger management!

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Some Topics Covered in the Class
  • Topics From The 12-Week Program
  • Blaming
  • Develop Empathy and Compassion
  • Breathing Exercises
  • Anger Management Life Practices
  • Relapse Strategies
  • Conflict Resolution

Nationally Accepted

Court Recognized

Employer Approved

Free Certificate

Certified Instructor

Self Paced

Check whether 16-Week Anger Management class will be accepted in your state

This 16-Week Anger Management class is a completely educational program whose primary goal is to assist participants with coping their anger. Anger management courses may be required in any state within the country by a judge, court, probation or parole officer, legal representative, school, employer, family member or another organization. The 16-Week Anger Management program provided by AngerMasters is written and developed by a certified instructor and a member of NAMA - The National Anger Management Association and meet the requirements of any state and county which allows distance learning. Still, we highly recommend our participants to check whether their certification will be accepted by their state and county before starting.

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