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Our online anger management class is the industry standard as one of the nation's premier provider of online anger management classes. The 8,12,16 or 24 hour Lesson Anger Management Program is state approve and satisfies all hourly requirements. Your  certificate of training  and id number is issued immediately upon completion if you need more documentation please email us your requirements. Also you will receive a link to an on line work book that you can down load for your continued anger management training.

 
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Description: This course has a total of 24 short lessons each about an hour in length, made up of reading assignments, videos and a reflection exercises. By the time you complete this course, you will have the tools and insights you need to express your anger in ways that are healthier and more helpful to you, as well as your family and co-works.
Objectives: 1) To learn to manage anger effectively.
2) To decrease rage before it results in violence or the threat of violence.
3) To build self-efficacy involving thoughts and actions.
4) To decrease the frequency and intensity of anger.
Assessment: View all Videos
Resources: Deep Breathing Relaxation Exercise
Other information: After each lesson, you will take a short quiz. You must score at least an 80 on each test before you can proceed to the next lesson. When you finish reading all the lessons and passing all the tests with a grade of at least 80, you will receive a certificate of completion to present to your probation officer or to the court.
Language: English
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Description: Anger is a normal, human emotion. What makes it a problem is when someone expresses anger inappropriately,such as by hurting themselves or others.
Objectives: Understanding Anger
Assessment: Read All Q & A, Short Quiz and DO ALL EXERCISES
Resources: Lessons in unites and View Videos
Other information: Links,Forums and RSS Feeds
Learning method: Reading, Reflections about the lessons and positive life skills forums (Anger, Self help, Goal Setting...etc)
Language: English
Professors: Default professor , Clausell Stokes
Units: 1, Tests: 1
Lesson content
Description: Anger is experienced as a combination of hostile thoughts,
a surge of bodily sensations, and an attack or desire to
cause harm – verbal, physical, emotional or mental. It is
a complex response to situations
Objectives: Define the complex patters of anger and how to manage there out come.
Assessment: Read All Q & A, Short Quiz and DO ALL EXERCISES
Topics: Understanding the pattern of Anger,Feelings List,Feeling Inventory
Resources: Lessons in unites and View Videos
Other information: Reading, Reflections about the lessons and positive life skills forums (Anger, Self help, Goal Setting...etc)
Learning method: Videos, readings of lesson material
Language: English
Professors: Default professor , Clausell Stokes
Units: 3, Tests: 1
Lesson content
Description: Chronically angry people, the constant wear and tear of this fight or flight cycle eventually begins to produce real physical damage.
Objectives: Give an understanding of How Anger affects the body and health.
Topics: Fight or Flight, Adrenaline Rush
Resources: Short Quiz, view videos, read all Q&A
Language: English
Professors: Default professor , Clausell Stokes
Units: 1, Tests: 1
Lesson content
Description: The 1st link in the chain of anger An immediate emotional slate that can range in intensity from mild irritation to fury or rage
are EVENTS in daily life.

Objectives: To Understand the chain of Anger.
Assessment: Read All Q & A, Short Quiz and DO ALL EXERCISES
Resources: Lessons in unites and View Videos
Learning method: Reading, Reflections about the lessons and positive life skills forums (Anger, Self help, Goal Setting...etc)
Language: English
Professors: Default professor , Clausell Stokes
Units: 2, Tests: 1
Lesson content
Description: Nobody can ‘make’ you angry
Objectives: Regain Your Right to Be Self-Ruling
Assessment: Read All Q & A, Short Quiz and DO ALL EXERCISES
Resources: Lessons in unites and View Videos
Other information: Links,Forums and RSS Feeds
Learning method: Reading, Reflections about the lessons and positive life skills forums (Anger, Self help, Goal Setting...etc)
Language: English
Professors: Default professor , Clausell Stokes
Units: 1, Tests: 1
Lesson content
Description: Today we will be talking about ways to manage anger.
Different people use different styles to express their anger. One of the goals today is to learn about positive,safe ways for you to manage your anger and to recognize when a situation puts you and your baby at risk.
Objectives: In this lesson participants will learn ways to manage anger that lead to stronger relationships and fewer problems.
Assessment: Read All Q & A, Short Quiz and DO ALL EXERCISES
Resources: Lessons in unites and View Videos
Other information: Links,Forums and RSS Feeds
Learning method: Reading, Reflections about the lessons and positive life skills forums (Anger, Self help, Goal Setting...etc)
Language: English
Professors: Default professor , Clausell Stokes
Units: 3, Tests: 1
Lesson content
Description: Events That Trigger Anger
In this session, you begin to learn how to analyze an episode of anger. This involves learning
how to identify events and cues that indicate an escalation of anger.
Objectives: Understanding Anger Triggers
Assessment: Read All Q & A, Short Quiz and DO ALL EXERCISES
Topics: Avoid ‘Trigger’ Words, External and Internal Triggers will now be discussed
Resources: Lessons in unites and View Videos Other information: Links,Forums and RSS Feeds
Learning method: Reading, Reflections about the lessons and positive life skills forums (Anger, Self help, Goal Setting...etc)
Language: English
Professors: Default professor , Clausell Stokes
Units: 2, Tests: 1
Lesson content
Description: H.A.L.T. is helpful for anyone, because there is no getting away from sometimes feeling hungry, angry, lonely or tired. Following explanations for each of the four conditions in more detail in order for you to get the most out of this self-care tool.
Objectives: How to use H.A.L.T, as an easily portable and very practical tool for everyday living.
Assessment: Read All Q & A, Short Quiz and DO ALL EXERCISES
Topics: HALT – one method to break the cycle of anger and rage
Resources: videos, reading, exercise and short Quiz
Other information: Links,Forums and RSS Feeds
Learning method: Reading, Reflections about the lessons and positive life skills forums (Anger, Self help, Goal Setting...etc)
Language: English
Professors: Default professor , Clausell Stokes
Units: 1, Tests: 1
Lesson content
Description: Denial, anger, bargaining, depression and acceptance, o describe the emotions relating to death and loss. Some individuals feel each of these stages acutely and for long periods. Others may bypass some stages or move through them all very quickly.
Objectives: Grief and the role it plays in anger
Assessment: Short Quiz
Topics: Denial, Depression, Anger, and Acceptance
Language: English
Professors: Default professor , Clausell Stokes
Units: 2, Tests: 1
Lesson content
Description: Recognize the impact of your hostile thoughts and learn that you are framing what happens as an attack at you that needs defense;
Objectives: Recognize the three steps of anger escalation and the real threshold where you lose your self-control.
Assessment: Short Quiz and DO ALL EXERCISES
Topics: Understanding your anger,After the Evaluation ,Self Discovery ,Rethinking your thoughts about Anger
Resources: Lessons in unites, View Videos, Read All Q & A
Other information: Links,Forums and RSS Feeds
Learning method: Reading, Reflections about the lessons and positive life skills forums (Anger, Self help, Goal
Setting...etc)
Language: English
Professors: Default professor , Clausell Stokes
Units: 2, Tests: 1
Lesson content
Description: There are different ways people feel anger. Usually your body will tell you when you are angry.
Objectives: Recognizing the Indicators that Anger is Beginning to Build
Assessment: Read All Q & A, Short Quiz and DO ALL EXERCISES
Resources: Lessons in unites and View Videos
Other information: Links,Forums and RSS Feeds
Learning method: Reading, Reflections about the lessons and positive life skills forums (Anger, Self help, Goal Setting...etc)
Language: English
Professors: Default professor , Clausell Stokes
Units: 2, Tests: 1
Lesson content
Description: This lesson will show how a situation and the emotion are not clear. Therefore, in order to control or manage your anger, you MUST get a grip on what your beliefs or assumptions are telling you, and why.
Objectives: To understand how our beliefs triggers our anger.
Assessment: Read All Q & A, Short Quiz and DO ALL EXERCISES
Resources: Lessons in unites and View Videos
Learning method: Reading, Reflections about the lessons and positive life skills forums (Anger, Self help, Goal Setting...etc)
Language: English
Professors: Default professor , Clausell Stokes
Units: 2, Tests: 1
Lesson content
Description: Situations don’t cause emotions, what you believe about the situation is what causes your emotional reaction, and this is especially true of anger
Objectives: Understanding the games people play Parent, the Child and the Adult
Assessment: Read All Q & A, Short Quiz and DO ALL EXERCISES
Resources: Lessons in unites and View Videos
Other information: Links,Forums and RSS Feeds
Learning method: Reading, Reflections about the lessons and positive life skills forums (Anger, Self help, Goal Setting...etc)
Language: English
Professors: Default professor , Clausell Stokes
Units: 1, Tests: 1
Lesson content
Description: You are in charge of yourself, your life and how you interact with others. Nobody makes you do things-you freely choose to do and act on your own free will.
Objectives: It is you that matters now, it is you that counts right here, right now, can’t you see this is the moment, now.
Assessment: Read All Q & A, Short Quiz and DO ALL EXERCISES
Resources: Lessons in unites and View Videos
Other information: Links,Forums and RSS Feeds
Learning method: Reading, Reflections about the lessons and positive life skills forums (Anger, Self help, Goal Setting...etc)
Language: English
Professors: Default professor , Clausell Stokes
Units: 1, Tests: 1
Lesson content
Description: Even though counting to 10 still works, it helps to add a few extra anger management techniques to your arsenal. Find out more.
Objectives: managing anger so it can become more positive
Assessment: Read All Q & A, Short Quiz and DO ALL EXERCISES
Resources: Lessons in unites and View Videos
Other information: Links,Forums and RSS Feeds
Learning method: Reading, Reflections about the lessons and positive life skills forums (Anger, Self help, Goal Setting...etc)
Language: English
Professors: Default professor , Clausell Stokes
Units: 9, Tests: 1
Lesson content
Description: So the FIRST STEP in learning a healthy response to feelings of hurt and insult is simply to acknowledge that you feel hurt.
Objectives: some things you can do to deal with your anger.
Assessment: Read All Q & A, Short Quiz and DO ALL EXERCISES
Resources: Lessons in unites and View Videos
Learning method: Reading, Reflections about the lessons and positive life skills forums (Anger, Self help, Goal Setting...etc)
Language: English
Professors: Clausell Stokes, Default professor
Units: 1, Tests: 1
Lesson content
Description: Some more thoughts about appropriately dealing with issues of anger and aggression by using healthy and proper assertiveness techniques.
Objectives: Understanding Aggression Vs Assertiveness
Assessment: Read All Q & A, Short Quiz and DO ALL EXERCISES
Resources: Lessons in unites and View Videos
Learning method: Reading, Reflections about the lessons and positive life skills forums (Anger, Self help, Goal Setting...etc)
Language: English
Professors: Default professor , Clausell Stokes
Units: 2, Tests: 1
Lesson content
Description: Becoming a clear communicator means effectively conveying your thoughts, effectively conveying your thoughts, ideas, needs and wants.
Objectives: The practice of assertiveness: being authentic in our dealings with others; treating our values and persons with decent respect in social contexts; refusing to fake the reality of who we are or what we esteem in order to avoid disapproval; the willingness to stand up for ourselves and our ideas in appropriate ways in appropriate contexts".
Language: English
Professors: Clausell Stokes, Default professor
Units: 1, Tests: 1
Lesson content
Description: How to Set and keep your boundaries and honor the boundaries of others.
Objectives: Understanding and developing boundaries.
Assessment: Read All Q & A, Short Quiz and DO ALL EXERCISES
Topics: Links,Forums and RSS Feeds
Resources: Lessons in unites and View Videos
Learning method: Reading, Reflections about the lessons and positive life skills forums (Anger, Self help, Goal Setting...etc)
Language: English
Professors: Default professor , Clausell Stokes
Units: 3, Tests: 1
Lesson content
Description: Understanding the nature of conflict, ways we might respond to it, and the impact of conflict upon our relationships can be very helpful.
Objectives: There are several ways to look at conflict
Assessment: Read All Q & A, Short Quiz and DO ALL EXERCISES
Resources: Lessons in unites and View Videos
Other information: Links,Forums and RSS Feeds
Learning method: Reading, Reflections about the lessons and positive life skills forums (Anger, Self help, Goal Setting...etc)
Language: English
Professors: Default professor , Clausell Stokes
Units: 1, Tests: 1
Lesson content
Description: If there are individuals in your life that you frequently get into conflicts with, practice walking away from those situations.
Objectives: How to walk away from a conflict
Assessment: Read All Q & A, Short Quiz and DO ALL EXERCISES
Resources: Lessons in unites and View Videos
Learning method: Reading, Reflections about the lessons and positive life skills forums (Anger, Self help, Goal Setting...etc)
Language: English
Professors: Default professor , Clausell Stokes
Units: 2, Tests: 1
Lesson content
Description: Positive self-talk helps with stress management and can even improve your health.
Objectives: Overcome negative self-talk by recognizing it and practicing with some examples provided.
Assessment: Read All Q & A, Short Quiz and DO ALL EXERCISES
Resources: Lessons in unites and View Videos
Other information: Links,Forums and RSS Feeds
Learning method: Reading, Reflections about the lessons and positive life skills forums (Anger, Self help, Goal Setting...etc)
Language: English
Professors: Default professor , Clausell Stokes
Units: 1, Tests: 1
Lesson content
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