Georgia Anger Class Online is available for court requirements or self-improvement purposes to help you save a marriage, save your job or get along better with others at school. Participants simply register for the course length they need and it becomes immediately accessible from any Internet based computer device. Students read through the course material and take a final exam at the end of the program. It is a highly beneficial way of learning for people who travel a lot for work, have non-traditional work hours, or are busy with family or school because the class is available 24/7. The course is completely self-paced, so if you are in a hurry to complete a legal requirement, you can sit down and spend hours on it, or take a more leisurely approach over a couple of weeks or months. There is no limit to the number of times you login and out. You can stop at any time during a chapter and the program will hold your spot for the next time you login.
Why Take An Anger Management Class?
Everyone gets angry every now and then. It’s a commonly expressed emotion and is often a cover for other deeper issues. In order to communicate your anger in effective ways, it’s important to understand if this reaction is actually masking other feelings like hurt, shame, insecurity or fear. We all know that anger left unchecked can lead to conflict; breaks down relationships, produces stress and can also result in physical violence. We may not always be able to avoid the emotion, but we can learn to manage it for a healthier, more balanced life.
This is an easy and convenient way to learn new skills. There is nothing to print out and no workbooks to keep track of. The entire course is taken 100% online.
Several Length Programs to Choose:
Online anger class comes in the following standard lengths. It can also be customized for your particular needs.
While we have participants taking our programs throughout many counties and cities
in the state of
Some of the most common areas include:
Acworth, Alpharetta, Atlanta, Canton, Cartersville, Columbus, Conyers, Cumming, Decatur, Duluth, Ellenwood, Griffin, Marietta, Norcross and Roswell.
No Hidden Fees
Once you finish the course, we will send you a Certificate of Completion via USPS at no additional cost. We can also make the Certificate available to download right away, or you can also opt to pay extra for expedited shipping.
Anger Class Online and Anger Class Online for Adolescents are the premier distance learning courses in the country. Our programs are based on cutting edge research and have been designed by Dr. Ari Novick, a Certified Anger Management Specialist and Family Therapist. While we have experienced great success with our courses on a national basis, we always suggest that our clients get prior approval to take an online course from your attorney, judge or probation officer to fulfill legal requirements. However, if you take our class and then find out it isn’t accepted, we offer a total refund of your money. All you have to do is fax us the written proof of decline from court system or your attorney, within 60 days of class purchase and we will credit back your card 100%.
Anger Management Issues Specific To Georgia
Data from the Census Bureau shows that Georgia has the eighth highest divorce rate in the country. This is attributed to the fact that in general Georgians marry at a younger age than most of the nation and that fewer Georgia residents go on to higher education. This lack of higher education has also contributed to a high poverty level in the state. 19.1% of individuals fell below the poverty line and 14.7% of families, putting Georgia in a tie with Kentucky for the sixth highest poverty rate in the country. Furthermore, while most other states exempt working-poor families from income tax, Georgia is one of 10 states to tax families of three who are living below the national poverty line. Finally, the numbers look bleak in terms of domestic violence as well. According to a study by the Violence Policy Center, Georgia ranked 10th in the nation for men killing women in single-victim homicides.
Georgia has been hard hit by the economic downturn in recent years. In fact, as of 2011 the Census Bureau released that the percentage of Georgians living in poverty was among the highest in the country. Many families have at least one family member out of work, which contributes to additional stress and marital difficulties. Georgia actually has one of the highest divorce rates in the nation as well. If you are struggling with anger problems, it often stems from what you had modeled for you as a child. If you saw your parents screaming at each other or hitting, you might think this is appropriate behavior. However, there is no reason to live your life in this manner. One proactive solution is our Anger Class Online. It is an educational, interesting and convenient way for Georgians to learn how to approach and manage anger issues for positive results.
Teen Specific Anger Management Issues
According to the National Survey on Drug Use and Health, Georgia is among the ten states with the highest risk of occasional marijuana use among kids 12 and older and nearly one in five high school students has consumed five or more alcoholic drinks in a row at least once. And, Georgia is one of the toughest markets in the country for a teen to find a job. It’s home to the third worst job market for teens with an unemployment rate of 30.6% compared to a national rate of 24.2%. These numbers can lead to adolescent anger management concerns. We are the premier online company to offer anger classes specifically for 11 – 17 year olds.
Georgia Client Testimonial
“This online anger course was the best solution for my legal needs. I travel a lot for work and couldn’t keep up with a 26-week course that met every Thursday night at our community center. This allowed me to learn from my hotel room and home on the weekends. I was able to meet my court deadline in a quick and easy way. Thank you for your services!” John W. – Sandy Springs, GA