Anger Management


Who should take an Anger Management Course?

An anger management course can be important for individuals who experience frequent or intense feelings of anger, and who struggle to express their anger in a healthy and constructive manner.

Here are some situations in which an anger management course may be helpful:

When anger is causing problems in relationships: If an individual’s anger is causing conflict or damage to personal or professional relationships, an anger management course can help them develop strategies to communicate their feelings effectively and manage their emotions in a more constructive way.

When anger is leading to legal or employment issues: If an individual’s anger is causing them to engage in behaviors that are illegal or against company policies, an anger management course can help them understand the impact of their actions and develop strategies to prevent them from happening again.

When anger is interfering with daily life: If an individual’s anger is causing them to experience problems in daily life, such as difficulty sleeping or concentrating, an anger management course can provide them with tools to manage their emotions and cope with stress more effectively.

When an individual wants to improve their emotional regulation skills: Even if an individual’s anger is not causing significant problems, an anger management course can help them develop skills to better regulate their emotions and improve their overall emotional wellbeing.

In general, anyone who feels that their anger is impacting their quality of life or their ability to interact with others in a positive way may benefit from an anger management course.

SUD Professional may also enjoy this and other anger management courses to explore new strategies and tools to help the angry client.


Anger Management Course Content

Course Content

  • Learn about anger, external triggers, and strategies for handing situations that cause anger.
  • Learn how stimulants affect the body and why they are dangerous when combined with anger.
  • Explore positive thinking and reframing tools.
  • Identify 12 Common Cognitive Disorders including definitions, examples, and strategies for overcoming each one.
  • Learn effective communication strategies including active listening, message, emotional intelligence, validating, responding, negotiating agreements.
  • Take home tools for avoiding outbursts and finding inner peace.

Additional information


1.5 CEUs earned for completion of the course.