Family Preservation group classes present participants with a variety of techniques to identify and manage anger, while expressing themselves in a positive way. The skills learned can enhance the persons interactions with others and strengthen the core manner of reaction to emotional situations.
The material is best covered in a group setting with a minimum of 5 participants and a maximum of 12.
Our Certified Anger Management Facilitator (CAMF) has undergone 72 hours of training regarding teens, adolescents, adults, stress management and emotional support.
Often, the reaction to frustration or anger can result in dire consequences from the breakdown of a family all the way to incarceration. Learning new skills to manage those emotions can open communication among family members, create a stronger confidence in the individual and, overall, enhance the quality of life.