Anger Management

16 - 26 week program satisfying court, probation and parole requirements.

Anger Management for Adolescents

Manage factors that may make you more likely to get angry, such as improving sleep so you're not tired and keeping stress low by using stress management skills. Identify situations that are likely to set you off and respond in nonaggressive ways before you get angry. Learn specific skills to use in situations likely to trigger your anger. Recognize when you aren't thinking logically about a situation, and correct your thinking. Focus on problem-solving in frustrating situations — instead of using energy to be angry, you'll learn how to redirect your energy to resolve the situation. Communicate effectively to defuse anger and resolve conflicts. 

Batterers Intervention Program (BIP)

26 - 52 week court approved batterer's intervention program for adolescents and adults. Aimed at violence and aggression reduction for all relationships.

Batterer’s Intervention Program for Adolescents (BIPA)

Youth ages 13-17 who have committed acts of violence against an intimate partner, siblings, parents, or caregivers. 26 to 52-week program dependent upon referral requirements.