Workshops & Seminars
Learn how to effectively handle anger with our Certified Anger Management Specialists.
We provide classes for the workplace, family, schools, etc.
Through our workshops and seminars you will learn how to identify, handle, and prevent situations that could potentially cause harm to yourself or others around you.
These workshops will help you promote a safe environment in your home and/or workplace.
Much quoted statistics from the Safe Workplace Institute states that in 1993 work place violence cost $4.2 Billion and that 111,000 incidents were reported.
Around 65% of office workers have experienced office rage, and 45% of staff regularly lose their tempers at work say statistics for National Anger Awareness Week.
Further, according to the Bureau of Justice Statistics, about 500,000 victims of violent crime in the workplace lose an estimated 1.8 million workdays each year.
More than 1,000 people in the US die a year in road rage incidents.
The average office worker suffers ‘desk rage’ twice a day – with colleagues taking credit for our work, computer crashes and rude clients the most likely causes.
HOW WE CAN HELP
Improve employee work performance. Anger management workshops teaches managers and employees on how to identify and handle toxic behaviors which promote a better work environment for all.
Improved relationships. Anger and other unhealthy emotions can have a huge impact on both personal and professional relationships. Anger counseling can help repair relationship rifts, and promote deeper, healthier bonds with the people in your life.
Coping skills. Anger management classes will help you learn how to cope with problems as they arise, without having to resort to anger and frustration.
Identifying triggers. Counseling can help you uncover the true source of your anger, so that these triggers can be avoided or managed. In turn, this promotes a deeper understanding of your own emotions, which can contribute to personal growth and enhanced quality of life.
Better health. Anger issues can affect physical health in a number of ways. By learning how to manage anger, you can reduce stress, anxiety and other unhealthy effects.