Children Can Be Psychologically Damaged
By Parents With Anger Control Issues
Learn skills to help you:
- handle anger,
- manage your emotions and
- control your reactions to conflict.
It’s the gift to give yourself that can lead you to a brighter future.
8 hr. & 12 hr. Online Anger Management Courses
Learn how to:
- Avoid your anger triggers
- Find effective ways to deal with your co-parent
- Choose alternatives to inappropriate expressions of anger
- Better manage and express your anger
Do it for your children!
A study published in the Journal of Research on Adolescence shows that children exposed to constant parental bickering are more likely to be depressed. They are also more prone to expressing other “problem behaviors,” including substance abuse, aggression and poor school grades.
Married or divorced, the results of parental conflict or inattention are the same: children wounded on a deep emotional level that can scar them for life. Children only get one childhood. They deserve your love, attention and the security of your presence. They also deserve your patience and understanding, even under stressful conditions. Become a positive role model for your children. You’ll never regret it – nor will they!
Do it for your co-parent!
Recommended for those in high-conflict families in transition who have been mandated by the court to attend a parenting program to obtain final judgment or receive visitation privileges. Home should be a safe haven -- a secure, environment, free from fear, repercussions and consequences. No one should intimidate or threaten their former spouse or be made to feel less significant or unworthy of respect. This is particularly important after divorce, regardless of the circumstances, especially when children are involved.
Do it for yourself!
Improperly expressed anger can produce difficulties with family, friends, co-workers and colleagues. Left uncontrolled, it often results in encounters with law enforcement and the judicial system.
Our goal is to equip you to handle all aspects of family transition. You will learn effective communication skills when dealing with your co-parent, tools to help your children when they are struggling and methods for discipline, understanding and redirecting you and your children in a positive manner. We offer solutions on how to turn conflict into something constructive.
- Conflict Resolution/Negotiation
- Anger Management/Coping Skills
- Domestic Violence
- Relationship/Parenting Skills
- Child Development
- Life Skills
- And more...
Understanding the Consequences of Anger
Anger is an emotional state that varies in intensity from mild irritation to intense fury and rage. It is accompanied by physiological and biological changes. When you get angry, your heart rate and blood pressure go up, as do the levels of your energy hormones: adrenaline and noradrenaline.
Most of the time anger is not a choice: it’s simply a response to a “trigger.”
Anger expression becomes a problem when the cost (loss of relationship, alienation form children, being fired, arrested) outweighs the benefit (temporary release, controlling circumstances, getting someone to hear you.)
The expression of anger is a CHOICE.
Pervasive anger can increase your heart rate and blood pressure, creating toxic stress response and future disease.
Register now to create a brighter future for yourself
– as well as those you love!
HOW THE ONLINE PROGRAM WORKS:
- Click button to Register: Choose 8 hrs. or 12 hrs. with more in-depth information on domestic violence and abusive relationships. Pay just $99 for 8 hr. program or $139 for 12 hr. program
- Attend online classes: Complete the self-paced classes from the convenience of your home, office or mobile device. You may login as many times as you wish (for up to 30 days.)
- Complete the exam: Answer a series of questions and upon completion receive instant notification.
- Receive your certificate: Certificates are processed by email or mail. Last minute? We offer express delivery.