taking the Anger Management Program at The Door is Open
Counseling Center, I was
very angry and upset. I was always quick to jump to anger. I
thought the whole world was against me. I was feeling alone and
hated. Doing the Anger Management Program and additional
counseling has helped me to cope with the boulder I had on my
back. Today I have lost my aggressive ways and the boulder has
been lifted. I and my family have noticed a huge change in my
manner and actions. I feel different. I am a lot more happy and
excited about my life and future.
learned many ways to handle my attitude; now I think before I
react. When a situation occurs, I think about my words and
behaviors, the consequences, my son, and my fiancι. . My anger had
depleted and dissipated. I use the skills I learned; like deep
breathing techniques and counting before reacting. I have become a
better man in my family life and in society at large. Thank you.
I have learned so much and still want to continue to come to
counseling to continue to grow. Thank you, again.
Anger Management Program
Attendees of our anger management
program will gain new insight into the development and expression
of their emotional patterns. This AWARENESS is the first step
toward growth and change. Participants will experience a new found
ability to understand their feelings and to manage their anger.
Who We Are:
Joyce Dolberg Rowe M.Ed., LMHC,
speaker, is a Licensed Mental Health Counselor in private practice
The goal is to provide
individuals and industry with practical concepts and specific
skills that will lead to emotional and behavioral self-awareness
and self-control in the real world.
This anger management program
consists of sessions that are customized to the meet the needs of
the specific population served.
Identify Anger/Conflict Resolution Styles and
Re-direct the Inner Voice
by Learning Strategies to Overcoming Negative Self-talk
Self-Esteem Building: Enhancing a Positive Self-Image
Self-Destructive Behaviors, Addictions, and Alcoholism
Dealing Effectively With
Confrontation: Bullying or Being Bullied
The Value of Self-Discovery
through Exploring our Inner Self
Master Stress Reduction
1) Introduce a
2) Demonstrate the
presents clear examples that illustrate the point.
from participants personal examples that illustrate the point
a Specific Skill Set of
tools to address the topic of the day
4) Have Participants
Practice the tools
through verbal or written exercises that demonstrates mastery.
and appropriate use of multi-media activities
including film, video, journaling, role-playing, games, and music.
Deal with Conflict