The Anger Management Program is a cognitive-behavioural based program for individuals aged 16 and over which is delivered in 8 sessions in a one-on-one or group format. The goal of this program is to help individuals learn to recognize anger, identify triggers, learn to communicate more effectively and make better decisions in the future.
This program is offered on a fee for service basis. Fees are calculated on a sliding scale based on income. Fee structure will be discussed upon intake.
There are five signs that tell you when anger is creating problems for you:
- When anger is too frequent
- When anger is too intense
- When anger lasts too long
- When anger leads to aggression
- When anger negatively impacts work or relationships
What will I learn in anger management?
- What is Anger?
- Self-Talk and How Thoughts Influence Feelings
- Anger Styles
- Anger Cycle
- Tracking Anger
- Skills to Manage Anger
To learn more about the program, please contact us at 519.438.4168 or email@example.com
“Through counselling at the John Howard Society, my mental health has stabilized, and my marriage is stable and healthy. The counselling I received has helped me manage my emotions and I am incredibly thankful for the help I have received from the Society.” – Client Testimonial
Does your anger impact your relationships?
Have you been in conflict with the law because of your anger?
Has it impacted your everyday living (work, school, etc.)?
Have the people around you suggested that you get help?
Do you have health issues because of your anger (high blood pressure, stomach aches, etc.)?
If yes, we can help.
Take responsibility for your own wellness
Call to schedule an intake appointment 519-438-4168
Self referrals accepted
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– Counselling for individuals, couples and families
– Help with record suspension applications
– Voucher for second-hand clothing and household items
– Advocacy and Referrals
– Walk-in service to help with crisis situations
– A support group for women who have a loved one involved in the criminal justice system
– Navigating Relationships Program