Anger Management

Why do I need an Anger Management Evaluation and Classes at Atlanta Treatment Center?

Courts, in general, require an anger management evaluation and classes to be conducted for several reasons. Whether at the pretrial or probationary phase, individuals who are charged with family violence, domestic violence, intimate partner violence assault, battery, hate crimes, and any criminal act that may have been resulted by anger or rage must see a trained and specialized counselor to obtain an assessment.

Our approach to Anger Management Evaluation and Classes at Atlanta Treatment Center is very simple. We utilize assessments tools to measure the severity of an individuals anger refer to the pathology level to determine a course of action or treatment. In today’s society, individuals with high emotional issues have a difficult time coping with daily stressors. These stressors could lead to bottled-up emotions and eventually turn into resentments. Examining the root cause of someone’s anger requires a careful and deliberate assessment.

Anger management evaluation and classes at Atlanta Treatment Center are designed for all ages. Research shows a large number of young adults suffering from emotional disturbances that are left untreated. These feelings may lead to aggression and violence in many —

  • Violence
  • Bullying
  • Rage
  • PTSD
  • Addiction to substances
  • Traumatic Brain Injury

An anger management evaluation and classes at Atlanta Treatment Center may not have all the answers, but it is an excellent way towards self-discovery and healing. Many of us have become experts at wearing facades and hiding our anger behind a mask. Learning how to express our feelings in a healthy and positive manner can improve our overall health, relationships, and careers.

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