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November 2014 – March 2015

Nov
25
Tue
Anger Management Weekly Group Class @ Triangle Family Services
Nov 25 @ 4:30 pm – Feb 24 @ 6:00 pm

About the Anger Management Program

Stress and anger are two factors that can precipitate an act of violence towards another person. While anger is a natural emotion, it can get out of control and result in devastating impacts on interpersonal relationships. It also has the potential to create workplace andanger mangement legal issues. Our goal is to equip individuals in the program with techniques to manage their stress and anger and to minimize the frequency of their unhealthy anger responses.

As part of the Family Safety Division, the Anger Management Program is a 12 week psycho-educational  program certified by the National Anger Management Association. Group facilitators lead sessions using behavioral modification techniques to help individuals in the program make positive changes in their lives.

Individuals having completed the program should be able to:

  • reduce their levels of anger and rage
  • direct their anger into healthy problem-solving and conflict resolution methods
  • effectively use coping strategies to prevent escalation
  • regulate their emotions
  • identify triggering situations or feelings
  • develop a plan of action to manage stress and anger

For information on how to enroll in the Anger Management Program, click here.

Dec
2
Tue
Anger Management Weekly Group Class @ Triangle Family Services
Dec 2 @ 4:30 pm – Mar 3 @ 6:00 pm

About the Anger Management Program

Stress and anger are two factors that can precipitate an act of violence towards another person. While anger is a natural emotion, it can get out of control and result in devastating impacts on interpersonal relationships. It also has the potential to create workplace andanger mangement legal issues. Our goal is to equip individuals in the program with techniques to manage their stress and anger and to minimize the frequency of their unhealthy anger responses.

As part of the Family Safety Division, the Anger Management Program is a 12 week psycho-educational  program certified by the National Anger Management Association. Group facilitators lead sessions using behavioral modification techniques to help individuals in the program make positive changes in their lives.

Individuals having completed the program should be able to:

  • reduce their levels of anger and rage
  • direct their anger into healthy problem-solving and conflict resolution methods
  • effectively use coping strategies to prevent escalation
  • regulate their emotions
  • identify triggering situations or feelings
  • develop a plan of action to manage stress and anger

For information on how to enroll in the Anger Management Program, click here.

Dec
9
Tue
Anger Management Weekly Group Class @ Triangle Family Services
Dec 9 @ 4:30 pm – Mar 10 @ 7:00 pm

About the Anger Management Program

Stress and anger are two factors that can precipitate an act of violence towards another person. While anger is a natural emotion, it can get out of control and result in devastating impacts on interpersonal relationships. It also has the potential to create workplace andanger mangement legal issues. Our goal is to equip individuals in the program with techniques to manage their stress and anger and to minimize the frequency of their unhealthy anger responses.

As part of the Family Safety Division, the Anger Management Program is a 12 week psycho-educational  program certified by the National Anger Management Association. Group facilitators lead sessions using behavioral modification techniques to help individuals in the program make positive changes in their lives.

Individuals having completed the program should be able to:

  • reduce their levels of anger and rage
  • direct their anger into healthy problem-solving and conflict resolution methods
  • effectively use coping strategies to prevent escalation
  • regulate their emotions
  • identify triggering situations or feelings
  • develop a plan of action to manage stress and anger

For information on how to enroll in the Anger Management Program, click here.

Dec
16
Tue
Anger Management Weekly Group Class @ Triangle Family Services
Dec 16 @ 4:30 pm – Mar 17 @ 7:00 pm

About the Anger Management Program

Stress and anger are two factors that can precipitate an act of violence towards another person. While anger is a natural emotion, it can get out of control and result in devastating impacts on interpersonal relationships. It also has the potential to create workplace andanger mangement legal issues. Our goal is to equip individuals in the program with techniques to manage their stress and anger and to minimize the frequency of their unhealthy anger responses.

As part of the Family Safety Division, the Anger Management Program is a 12 week psycho-educational  program certified by the National Anger Management Association. Group facilitators lead sessions using behavioral modification techniques to help individuals in the program make positive changes in their lives.

Individuals having completed the program should be able to:

  • reduce their levels of anger and rage
  • direct their anger into healthy problem-solving and conflict resolution methods
  • effectively use coping strategies to prevent escalation
  • regulate their emotions
  • identify triggering situations or feelings
  • develop a plan of action to manage stress and anger

For information on how to enroll in the Anger Management Program, click here.

Dec
18
Thu
Evening MPP Info Session
Dec 18 @ 6:00 pm – 7:30 pm

NC Foreclosure Prevention Fund money for those
who have lost their jobs due to no fault of their
own or have experienced certain temporary
setbacks. The Fund pays and/or catches up your
mortgage while you are looking for work.

Dec
20
Sat
@ Triangle Family Services
Dec 20 @ 10:45 am – 12:45 pm

Saturday
Orientation Class 10:45 AM- 12:45 PM

About the Anger Management Program

Stress and anger are two factors that can precipitate an act of violence towards another person. While anger is a natural emotion, it can get out of control and result in devastating impacts on interpersonal relationships. It also has the potential to create workplace andanger mangement legal issues. Our goal is to equip individuals in the program with techniques to manage their stress and anger and to minimize the frequency of their unhealthy anger responses.

As part of the Family Safety Division, the Anger Management Program is a 12 week psycho-educational  program certified by the National Anger Management Association. Group facilitators lead sessions using behavioral modification techniques to help individuals in the program make positive changes in their lives.

Individuals having completed the program should be able to:

  • reduce their levels of anger and rage
  • direct their anger into healthy problem-solving and conflict resolution methods
  • effectively use coping strategies to prevent escalation
  • regulate their emotions
  • identify triggering situations or feelings
  • develop a plan of action to manage stress and anger

For information on how to enroll in the Anger Management Program, click here.

Dec
23
Tue
Anger Management Weekly Group Class @ Triangle Family Services
Dec 23 @ 4:30 pm – Mar 24 @ 7:00 pm

About the Anger Management Program

Stress and anger are two factors that can precipitate an act of violence towards another person. While anger is a natural emotion, it can get out of control and result in devastating impacts on interpersonal relationships. It also has the potential to create workplace andanger mangement legal issues. Our goal is to equip individuals in the program with techniques to manage their stress and anger and to minimize the frequency of their unhealthy anger responses.

As part of the Family Safety Division, the Anger Management Program is a 12 week psycho-educational  program certified by the National Anger Management Association. Group facilitators lead sessions using behavioral modification techniques to help individuals in the program make positive changes in their lives.

Individuals having completed the program should be able to:

  • reduce their levels of anger and rage
  • direct their anger into healthy problem-solving and conflict resolution methods
  • effectively use coping strategies to prevent escalation
  • regulate their emotions
  • identify triggering situations or feelings
  • develop a plan of action to manage stress and anger

For information on how to enroll in the Anger Management Program, click here.

Dec
27
Sat
@ Triangle Family Services
Dec 27 @ 10:45 am – 12:45 pm

Saturday
Orientation Class 10:45 AM- 12:45 PM

About the Anger Management Program

Stress and anger are two factors that can precipitate an act of violence towards another person. While anger is a natural emotion, it can get out of control and result in devastating impacts on interpersonal relationships. It also has the potential to create workplace andanger mangement legal issues. Our goal is to equip individuals in the program with techniques to manage their stress and anger and to minimize the frequency of their unhealthy anger responses.

As part of the Family Safety Division, the Anger Management Program is a 12 week psycho-educational  program certified by the National Anger Management Association. Group facilitators lead sessions using behavioral modification techniques to help individuals in the program make positive changes in their lives.

Individuals having completed the program should be able to:

  • reduce their levels of anger and rage
  • direct their anger into healthy problem-solving and conflict resolution methods
  • effectively use coping strategies to prevent escalation
  • regulate their emotions
  • identify triggering situations or feelings
  • develop a plan of action to manage stress and anger

For information on how to enroll in the Anger Management Program, click here.

Jan
2
Fri
Volunteer Coffee Chats @ Triangle Family Services
Jan 2 @ 8:30 am – 9:30 am

Meet with the CEO, Alice Lutz to learn more about TFS, Volunteer Opportunities,  and take a tour to see our services in action!

Click here to complete the form below to register for our next Coffee Chat

We look forward to your visit!

 

 

 

Jan
3
Sat
@ Triangle Family Services
Jan 3 @ 10:45 am – 12:45 pm

Saturday
Orientation Class 10:45 AM- 12:45 PM

About the Anger Management Program

Stress and anger are two factors that can precipitate an act of violence towards another person. While anger is a natural emotion, it can get out of control and result in devastating impacts on interpersonal relationships. It also has the potential to create workplace andanger mangement legal issues. Our goal is to equip individuals in the program with techniques to manage their stress and anger and to minimize the frequency of their unhealthy anger responses.

As part of the Family Safety Division, the Anger Management Program is a 12 week psycho-educational  program certified by the National Anger Management Association. Group facilitators lead sessions using behavioral modification techniques to help individuals in the program make positive changes in their lives.

Individuals having completed the program should be able to:

  • reduce their levels of anger and rage
  • direct their anger into healthy problem-solving and conflict resolution methods
  • effectively use coping strategies to prevent escalation
  • regulate their emotions
  • identify triggering situations or feelings
  • develop a plan of action to manage stress and anger

For information on how to enroll in the Anger Management Program, click here.

Jan
6
Tue
Anger Management Weekly Group Class @ Triangle Family Services
Jan 6 @ 4:30 pm – Apr 7 @ 7:00 pm

About the Anger Management Program

Stress and anger are two factors that can precipitate an act of violence towards another person. While anger is a natural emotion, it can get out of control and result in devastating impacts on interpersonal relationships. It also has the potential to create workplace andanger mangement legal issues. Our goal is to equip individuals in the program with techniques to manage their stress and anger and to minimize the frequency of their unhealthy anger responses.

As part of the Family Safety Division, the Anger Management Program is a 12 week psycho-educational  program certified by the National Anger Management Association. Group facilitators lead sessions using behavioral modification techniques to help individuals in the program make positive changes in their lives.

Individuals having completed the program should be able to:

  • reduce their levels of anger and rage
  • direct their anger into healthy problem-solving and conflict resolution methods
  • effectively use coping strategies to prevent escalation
  • regulate their emotions
  • identify triggering situations or feelings
  • develop a plan of action to manage stress and anger

For information on how to enroll in the Anger Management Program, click here.

Jan
8
Thu
MPP Info Session
Jan 8 @ 10:00 am – 11:30 am

Learn about the North Carolina Foreclosure Prevention Fund Mortgage Payment Program (MPP), and how to qualify for benefits that can pay your mortgage while you are looking to be re-employed.

Jan
10
Sat
@ Triangle Family Services
Jan 10 @ 10:45 am – 12:45 pm

Saturday
Orientation Class 10:45 AM- 12:45 PM

About the Anger Management Program

Stress and anger are two factors that can precipitate an act of violence towards another person. While anger is a natural emotion, it can get out of control and result in devastating impacts on interpersonal relationships. It also has the potential to create workplace andanger mangement legal issues. Our goal is to equip individuals in the program with techniques to manage their stress and anger and to minimize the frequency of their unhealthy anger responses.

As part of the Family Safety Division, the Anger Management Program is a 12 week psycho-educational  program certified by the National Anger Management Association. Group facilitators lead sessions using behavioral modification techniques to help individuals in the program make positive changes in their lives.

Individuals having completed the program should be able to:

  • reduce their levels of anger and rage
  • direct their anger into healthy problem-solving and conflict resolution methods
  • effectively use coping strategies to prevent escalation
  • regulate their emotions
  • identify triggering situations or feelings
  • develop a plan of action to manage stress and anger

For information on how to enroll in the Anger Management Program, click here.

Jan
13
Tue
Anger Management Weekly Group Class @ Triangle Family Services
Jan 13 @ 4:30 pm – Apr 14 @ 7:00 pm

About the Anger Management Program

Stress and anger are two factors that can precipitate an act of violence towards another person. While anger is a natural emotion, it can get out of control and result in devastating impacts on interpersonal relationships. It also has the potential to create workplace andanger mangement legal issues. Our goal is to equip individuals in the program with techniques to manage their stress and anger and to minimize the frequency of their unhealthy anger responses.

As part of the Family Safety Division, the Anger Management Program is a 12 week psycho-educational  program certified by the National Anger Management Association. Group facilitators lead sessions using behavioral modification techniques to help individuals in the program make positive changes in their lives.

Individuals having completed the program should be able to:

  • reduce their levels of anger and rage
  • direct their anger into healthy problem-solving and conflict resolution methods
  • effectively use coping strategies to prevent escalation
  • regulate their emotions
  • identify triggering situations or feelings
  • develop a plan of action to manage stress and anger

For information on how to enroll in the Anger Management Program, click here.

Jan
17
Sat
@ Triangle Family Services
Jan 17 @ 10:45 am – 12:45 pm

Saturday
Orientation Class 10:45 AM- 12:45 PM

About the Anger Management Program

Stress and anger are two factors that can precipitate an act of violence towards another person. While anger is a natural emotion, it can get out of control and result in devastating impacts on interpersonal relationships. It also has the potential to create workplace andanger mangement legal issues. Our goal is to equip individuals in the program with techniques to manage their stress and anger and to minimize the frequency of their unhealthy anger responses.

As part of the Family Safety Division, the Anger Management Program is a 12 week psycho-educational  program certified by the National Anger Management Association. Group facilitators lead sessions using behavioral modification techniques to help individuals in the program make positive changes in their lives.

Individuals having completed the program should be able to:

  • reduce their levels of anger and rage
  • direct their anger into healthy problem-solving and conflict resolution methods
  • effectively use coping strategies to prevent escalation
  • regulate their emotions
  • identify triggering situations or feelings
  • develop a plan of action to manage stress and anger

For information on how to enroll in the Anger Management Program, click here.

Jan
20
Tue
Anger Management Weekly Group Class @ Triangle Family Services
Jan 20 @ 4:30 pm – Apr 21 @ 7:00 pm

About the Anger Management Program

Stress and anger are two factors that can precipitate an act of violence towards another person. While anger is a natural emotion, it can get out of control and result in devastating impacts on interpersonal relationships. It also has the potential to create workplace andanger mangement legal issues. Our goal is to equip individuals in the program with techniques to manage their stress and anger and to minimize the frequency of their unhealthy anger responses.

As part of the Family Safety Division, the Anger Management Program is a 12 week psycho-educational  program certified by the National Anger Management Association. Group facilitators lead sessions using behavioral modification techniques to help individuals in the program make positive changes in their lives.

Individuals having completed the program should be able to:

  • reduce their levels of anger and rage
  • direct their anger into healthy problem-solving and conflict resolution methods
  • effectively use coping strategies to prevent escalation
  • regulate their emotions
  • identify triggering situations or feelings
  • develop a plan of action to manage stress and anger

For information on how to enroll in the Anger Management Program, click here.

Jan
22
Thu
MPP Info Session
Jan 22 @ 10:00 am – 11:30 am

Learn about the North Carolina Foreclosure Prevention Fund Mortgage Payment Program (MPP), and how to qualify for benefits that can pay your mortgage while you are looking to be re-employed.

Jan
24
Sat
@ Triangle Family Services
Jan 24 @ 10:45 am – 12:45 pm

Saturday
Orientation Class 10:45 AM- 12:45 PM

About the Anger Management Program

Stress and anger are two factors that can precipitate an act of violence towards another person. While anger is a natural emotion, it can get out of control and result in devastating impacts on interpersonal relationships. It also has the potential to create workplace andanger mangement legal issues. Our goal is to equip individuals in the program with techniques to manage their stress and anger and to minimize the frequency of their unhealthy anger responses.

As part of the Family Safety Division, the Anger Management Program is a 12 week psycho-educational  program certified by the National Anger Management Association. Group facilitators lead sessions using behavioral modification techniques to help individuals in the program make positive changes in their lives.

Individuals having completed the program should be able to:

  • reduce their levels of anger and rage
  • direct their anger into healthy problem-solving and conflict resolution methods
  • effectively use coping strategies to prevent escalation
  • regulate their emotions
  • identify triggering situations or feelings
  • develop a plan of action to manage stress and anger

For information on how to enroll in the Anger Management Program, click here.

Jan
27
Tue
Anger Management Weekly Group Class @ Triangle Family Services
Jan 27 @ 4:30 pm – Apr 28 @ 7:00 pm

About the Anger Management Program

Stress and anger are two factors that can precipitate an act of violence towards another person. While anger is a natural emotion, it can get out of control and result in devastating impacts on interpersonal relationships. It also has the potential to create workplace andanger mangement legal issues. Our goal is to equip individuals in the program with techniques to manage their stress and anger and to minimize the frequency of their unhealthy anger responses.

As part of the Family Safety Division, the Anger Management Program is a 12 week psycho-educational  program certified by the National Anger Management Association. Group facilitators lead sessions using behavioral modification techniques to help individuals in the program make positive changes in their lives.

Individuals having completed the program should be able to:

  • reduce their levels of anger and rage
  • direct their anger into healthy problem-solving and conflict resolution methods
  • effectively use coping strategies to prevent escalation
  • regulate their emotions
  • identify triggering situations or feelings
  • develop a plan of action to manage stress and anger

For information on how to enroll in the Anger Management Program, click here.

Jan
31
Sat
@ Triangle Family Services
Jan 31 @ 10:45 am – 12:45 pm

Saturday
Orientation Class 10:45 AM- 12:45 PM

About the Anger Management Program

Stress and anger are two factors that can precipitate an act of violence towards another person. While anger is a natural emotion, it can get out of control and result in devastating impacts on interpersonal relationships. It also has the potential to create workplace andanger mangement legal issues. Our goal is to equip individuals in the program with techniques to manage their stress and anger and to minimize the frequency of their unhealthy anger responses.

As part of the Family Safety Division, the Anger Management Program is a 12 week psycho-educational  program certified by the National Anger Management Association. Group facilitators lead sessions using behavioral modification techniques to help individuals in the program make positive changes in their lives.

Individuals having completed the program should be able to:

  • reduce their levels of anger and rage
  • direct their anger into healthy problem-solving and conflict resolution methods
  • effectively use coping strategies to prevent escalation
  • regulate their emotions
  • identify triggering situations or feelings
  • develop a plan of action to manage stress and anger

For information on how to enroll in the Anger Management Program, click here.

Feb
3
Tue
Anger Management Weekly Group Class @ Triangle Family Services
Feb 3 @ 4:30 pm – May 5 @ 7:00 pm

About the Anger Management Program

Stress and anger are two factors that can precipitate an act of violence towards another person. While anger is a natural emotion, it can get out of control and result in devastating impacts on interpersonal relationships. It also has the potential to create workplace andanger mangement legal issues. Our goal is to equip individuals in the program with techniques to manage their stress and anger and to minimize the frequency of their unhealthy anger responses.

As part of the Family Safety Division, the Anger Management Program is a 12 week psycho-educational  program certified by the National Anger Management Association. Group facilitators lead sessions using behavioral modification techniques to help individuals in the program make positive changes in their lives.

Individuals having completed the program should be able to:

  • reduce their levels of anger and rage
  • direct their anger into healthy problem-solving and conflict resolution methods
  • effectively use coping strategies to prevent escalation
  • regulate their emotions
  • identify triggering situations or feelings
  • develop a plan of action to manage stress and anger

For information on how to enroll in the Anger Management Program, click here.

Feb
6
Fri
Volunteer Coffee Chats @ Triangle Family Services
Feb 6 @ 8:30 am – 9:30 am

Meet with the CEO, Alice Lutz to learn more about TFS, Volunteer Opportunities,  and take a tour to see our services in action!

Click here to complete the form below to register for our next Coffee Chat

We look forward to your visit!

 

 

 

Feb
7
Sat
@ Triangle Family Services
Feb 7 @ 10:45 am – 12:45 pm

Saturday
Orientation Class 10:45 AM- 12:45 PM

About the Anger Management Program

Stress and anger are two factors that can precipitate an act of violence towards another person. While anger is a natural emotion, it can get out of control and result in devastating impacts on interpersonal relationships. It also has the potential to create workplace andanger mangement legal issues. Our goal is to equip individuals in the program with techniques to manage their stress and anger and to minimize the frequency of their unhealthy anger responses.

As part of the Family Safety Division, the Anger Management Program is a 12 week psycho-educational  program certified by the National Anger Management Association. Group facilitators lead sessions using behavioral modification techniques to help individuals in the program make positive changes in their lives.

Individuals having completed the program should be able to:

  • reduce their levels of anger and rage
  • direct their anger into healthy problem-solving and conflict resolution methods
  • effectively use coping strategies to prevent escalation
  • regulate their emotions
  • identify triggering situations or feelings
  • develop a plan of action to manage stress and anger

For information on how to enroll in the Anger Management Program, click here.

Feb
10
Tue
Anger Management Weekly Group Class @ Triangle Family Services
Feb 10 @ 4:30 pm – May 12 @ 7:00 pm

About the Anger Management Program

Stress and anger are two factors that can precipitate an act of violence towards another person. While anger is a natural emotion, it can get out of control and result in devastating impacts on interpersonal relationships. It also has the potential to create workplace andanger mangement legal issues. Our goal is to equip individuals in the program with techniques to manage their stress and anger and to minimize the frequency of their unhealthy anger responses.

As part of the Family Safety Division, the Anger Management Program is a 12 week psycho-educational  program certified by the National Anger Management Association. Group facilitators lead sessions using behavioral modification techniques to help individuals in the program make positive changes in their lives.

Individuals having completed the program should be able to:

  • reduce their levels of anger and rage
  • direct their anger into healthy problem-solving and conflict resolution methods
  • effectively use coping strategies to prevent escalation
  • regulate their emotions
  • identify triggering situations or feelings
  • develop a plan of action to manage stress and anger

For information on how to enroll in the Anger Management Program, click here.

Feb
14
Sat
@ Triangle Family Services
Feb 14 @ 10:45 am – 12:45 pm

Saturday
Orientation Class 10:45 AM- 12:45 PM

About the Anger Management Program

Stress and anger are two factors that can precipitate an act of violence towards another person. While anger is a natural emotion, it can get out of control and result in devastating impacts on interpersonal relationships. It also has the potential to create workplace andanger mangement legal issues. Our goal is to equip individuals in the program with techniques to manage their stress and anger and to minimize the frequency of their unhealthy anger responses.

As part of the Family Safety Division, the Anger Management Program is a 12 week psycho-educational  program certified by the National Anger Management Association. Group facilitators lead sessions using behavioral modification techniques to help individuals in the program make positive changes in their lives.

Individuals having completed the program should be able to:

  • reduce their levels of anger and rage
  • direct their anger into healthy problem-solving and conflict resolution methods
  • effectively use coping strategies to prevent escalation
  • regulate their emotions
  • identify triggering situations or feelings
  • develop a plan of action to manage stress and anger

For information on how to enroll in the Anger Management Program, click here.

Feb
17
Tue
Anger Management Weekly Group Class @ Triangle Family Services
Feb 17 @ 4:30 pm – May 19 @ 7:00 pm

About the Anger Management Program

Stress and anger are two factors that can precipitate an act of violence towards another person. While anger is a natural emotion, it can get out of control and result in devastating impacts on interpersonal relationships. It also has the potential to create workplace andanger mangement legal issues. Our goal is to equip individuals in the program with techniques to manage their stress and anger and to minimize the frequency of their unhealthy anger responses.

As part of the Family Safety Division, the Anger Management Program is a 12 week psycho-educational  program certified by the National Anger Management Association. Group facilitators lead sessions using behavioral modification techniques to help individuals in the program make positive changes in their lives.

Individuals having completed the program should be able to:

  • reduce their levels of anger and rage
  • direct their anger into healthy problem-solving and conflict resolution methods
  • effectively use coping strategies to prevent escalation
  • regulate their emotions
  • identify triggering situations or feelings
  • develop a plan of action to manage stress and anger

For information on how to enroll in the Anger Management Program, click here.

Feb
21
Sat
@ Triangle Family Services
Feb 21 @ 10:45 am – 12:45 pm

Saturday
Orientation Class 10:45 AM- 12:45 PM

About the Anger Management Program

Stress and anger are two factors that can precipitate an act of violence towards another person. While anger is a natural emotion, it can get out of control and result in devastating impacts on interpersonal relationships. It also has the potential to create workplace andanger mangement legal issues. Our goal is to equip individuals in the program with techniques to manage their stress and anger and to minimize the frequency of their unhealthy anger responses.

As part of the Family Safety Division, the Anger Management Program is a 12 week psycho-educational  program certified by the National Anger Management Association. Group facilitators lead sessions using behavioral modification techniques to help individuals in the program make positive changes in their lives.

Individuals having completed the program should be able to:

  • reduce their levels of anger and rage
  • direct their anger into healthy problem-solving and conflict resolution methods
  • effectively use coping strategies to prevent escalation
  • regulate their emotions
  • identify triggering situations or feelings
  • develop a plan of action to manage stress and anger

For information on how to enroll in the Anger Management Program, click here.

Feb
24
Tue
Anger Management Weekly Group Class @ Triangle Family Services
Feb 24 @ 4:30 pm – May 26 @ 7:00 pm

About the Anger Management Program

Stress and anger are two factors that can precipitate an act of violence towards another person. While anger is a natural emotion, it can get out of control and result in devastating impacts on interpersonal relationships. It also has the potential to create workplace andanger mangement legal issues. Our goal is to equip individuals in the program with techniques to manage their stress and anger and to minimize the frequency of their unhealthy anger responses.

As part of the Family Safety Division, the Anger Management Program is a 12 week psycho-educational  program certified by the National Anger Management Association. Group facilitators lead sessions using behavioral modification techniques to help individuals in the program make positive changes in their lives.

Individuals having completed the program should be able to:

  • reduce their levels of anger and rage
  • direct their anger into healthy problem-solving and conflict resolution methods
  • effectively use coping strategies to prevent escalation
  • regulate their emotions
  • identify triggering situations or feelings
  • develop a plan of action to manage stress and anger

For information on how to enroll in the Anger Management Program, click here.

Feb
28
Sat
@ Triangle Family Services
Feb 28 @ 10:45 am – 12:45 pm

Saturday
Orientation Class 10:45 AM- 12:45 PM

About the Anger Management Program

Stress and anger are two factors that can precipitate an act of violence towards another person. While anger is a natural emotion, it can get out of control and result in devastating impacts on interpersonal relationships. It also has the potential to create workplace andanger mangement legal issues. Our goal is to equip individuals in the program with techniques to manage their stress and anger and to minimize the frequency of their unhealthy anger responses.

As part of the Family Safety Division, the Anger Management Program is a 12 week psycho-educational  program certified by the National Anger Management Association. Group facilitators lead sessions using behavioral modification techniques to help individuals in the program make positive changes in their lives.

Individuals having completed the program should be able to:

  • reduce their levels of anger and rage
  • direct their anger into healthy problem-solving and conflict resolution methods
  • effectively use coping strategies to prevent escalation
  • regulate their emotions
  • identify triggering situations or feelings
  • develop a plan of action to manage stress and anger

For information on how to enroll in the Anger Management Program, click here.

Mar
3
Tue
Anger Management Weekly Group Class @ Triangle Family Services
Mar 3 @ 4:30 pm – Jun 2 @ 7:00 pm

About the Anger Management Program

Stress and anger are two factors that can precipitate an act of violence towards another person. While anger is a natural emotion, it can get out of control and result in devastating impacts on interpersonal relationships. It also has the potential to create workplace andanger mangement legal issues. Our goal is to equip individuals in the program with techniques to manage their stress and anger and to minimize the frequency of their unhealthy anger responses.

As part of the Family Safety Division, the Anger Management Program is a 12 week psycho-educational  program certified by the National Anger Management Association. Group facilitators lead sessions using behavioral modification techniques to help individuals in the program make positive changes in their lives.

Individuals having completed the program should be able to:

  • reduce their levels of anger and rage
  • direct their anger into healthy problem-solving and conflict resolution methods
  • effectively use coping strategies to prevent escalation
  • regulate their emotions
  • identify triggering situations or feelings
  • develop a plan of action to manage stress and anger

For information on how to enroll in the Anger Management Program, click here.

 

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