Dr. Carl Robinson, Ph.D., CAMT, CAMS, CPC
Judy Robinson BA, CAMS, CAMT
Carl Fortune CPC, CAMS
Executive Director Client Services
Dr.Gerri Savala-Gold CPC, CAMS
***We provide pre/post assessment. We also offer the complete Psycho-Social Evaluation and we also provide anger management classes for special needs with accessibility. Our group is fully experienced and credentialed.
While our staff is highly qualified with more than 26 years of experience we offer anger management classes based on simple baseline anger management studies that contain models and curriculum coupled with class interaction to produce a provoking study that inspires and engages the interest of the participants... We have a saying" Change Your Feelings Change Your Thoughts " It is a given that if you change your thoughts you can change your actions. Our approach on anger management studies is partly focused on cognitive & re-cognitive training to include interaction. This alone has helped so many people... We beleive it can help you to......
WE OFFER CLASSES TO EVERYONE!!!!!!!!!!
Some of our clients come from Companies, Agencies, Families, Businesses, County Courts, Family Courts, Attorneys, Housing Authorities, HR Departments, and Training Organizations.
CURRICULUM COURT APPROVED
CERTIFIED ANGER MANAGEMENT SPECIALIST
OVER 36 YEARS COMBINED EXPERIENCE
CLASSES IN SPANISH
12 HOUR MINIMUM FOR COMPLETION
COMMITTED TO SERVE THE NEEDS OF CLASS PARTICIPANTS
WE OFFER PRE & POST TEST
WE HAVE CLASSES TO SERVE SPECIAL NEEDS INDIVIDUALS
If you are living with someone who is having a hard time staying in control, you both need some tools to cope.
The Definition of Anger
The Neuroanatomy of Anger
Changing Your Angry Thinking Stinkin' Thinking
Secrets of Effective Communication
How to Respond to Criticism
Responses to Putdown Statements
Step One: If someone in your life is excessively angry, be careful. Encourage them to get help. The first thing is to breath deeply, get some space and ask yourself; "Is my level of anger appropriate for what is going wrong?"
Step Two: Ask yourself; "Where did I learn to deal with anger?" For both parties it is important to know your own "rules" :the thoughts, beliefs and impressions of anger that you grew up with and have intergrated into your life. Is this suppressed anger from last week? last month? ten years ago? or more?
Step Three: Practice and intergrate healthy and effective ways to express yourself. Learn that anger doesn't have to go from 0 - 60 in less than a minute. Before anger, there is frustration, ignorance, confusion and underneath anger there can be depression, hurt, fear and fatigue.
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