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Anger Class Online for Illinois residents is the ideal way to fulfill employee related issues, court mandated legal requirements or to simply achieve self-improvement goals. Our course is available to help clients resolve immediate concerns in a private and convenient manner with 6 different course lengths to choose from.

Don't Waste Time or Money, Take Your Class Requirement Online!

This high cost of living combined with long winters, long commutes into the city and hard working residents can all be a recipe for anger management issues. Anger Class Online is the country’s premier online anger or temper management program. The course is available in all 50 states, but has become a highly utilized resource for companies and individuals in the Illinois area. Illinois Anger Class Online provides participants with the most cutting edge education in a unique and interesting format that can be taken from the comfort of home, 24/7. Our programs not only alleviate the stress of having to drive through traffic at rush hour to make a weekly traditional classroom course, but the worry of having to share your private story in a group environment.

Internet Connection Is All You Need!

Illinois Anger Class Online can be accessed from any computer device that is connected to the Internet. This includes your PC, laptop, Tablet, IPad, or even Smartphone. The entire class is taken on your computer screen so there are no workbooks or paperwork to keep track of. The participant simply reads through the material, responds to short quizzes and completes the course by passing the final multiple-choice exam with a 70% or better. Retakes are available at no additional cost.

Standard Programs are as follows:

While we have participants taking our programs throughout many counties and cities in the state of Illinois. Some of the most common areas include: Burr Ridge, CHGO, Chicago, Cicero, Clarendon Hills, Cortland, Elmhurst, Hazel Crest, Highland Park, Lombard, Palos Hills, Peoria, Plainfield, Romeoville and Wheaton.

Program Price
4 Hour Anger Class $95.00 Register
8 Hour Anger Class $195.00 Register
10 Hour Anger Class $225.00 Register
12 Hour Anger Class $245.00 Register
16 Hour Anger Class $295.00 Register
20 Hour Anger Class $375.00 Register
26 Hour Anger Class $495.00 Register
36 Hour Anger Class $595.00 Register
52 Hour Anger Class $995.00 Register
8 Hour SPANISH Anger Class $195.00 Register
12 Hour SPANISH Anger Class $245.00 Register
16 Hour SPANISH Anger Class $295.00 Register
20 Hour SPANISH Anger Class $375.00 Register
26 Hour SPANISH Anger Class $495.00 Register

Clients often ask what the difference is between each class? The answer is that the longer the course, the more time and depth are spent on each topic. Class lengths can also be tailored to fit your particular needs.

FREE Certificate of Completion

When you finish the course, we will send you a Certificate of Completion free of charge via US Mail. This certificate can also be made available for you to download immediately from your computer. Expedited shipments are also available at an additional cost. The Certificate of Completion contains your name, birth date, the name of the class you took, your case number, the date completed and our company credentials and seal. We can send this document directly to your attorney or wherever you choose.

100% Self-Paced

                                                   Our online anger management classes are attractive to participants because they can be taken at your own pace.  There is **no limit** to the number of times you login or out of the course.  There is no pre-determined curriculum schedule.  Participants in a hurry to complete the program for an upcoming court date have the ability to spend an entire weekend devoted to completion.  There are no beginning or ending spots.  Just stop whenever you would like and the computer will hold your last spot for you.  

100% Guarantee

We always suggest that customers get prior approval to take an online course from their attorney or judge. Our programs are designed to be court approved but each case is different and we never know when a particular situation will call for an in-person class. We take great pride in all our products and offer a full refund if for any reason the program isn’t accepted for a legal requirement. Simply fax us the written proof of decline within 60 days of class purchase and we will credit you back in full.

Anger Management Issues Specific to Illinois

Aside from really cold winters, Illinois is a great place to live. The land of Lincoln has been home to 3 U.S. presidents including Ulysses S. Grant and Barack Obama. It’s the 5th most populated state with the main density of residents living in Chicago. Chicago is a fun city to live in and visit because of its excellent cuisine, extensive museums, Navy Peer, beautiful parks and downtown nightlife scene. It’s the home of Second City, has good sports teams and high quality schools like Northwestern and University of Chicago. In fact, ranks Illinois as the number one place to make a living with an adjusted average income of close to $42,000. However, Illinois also has a higher cost of living than the U.S. average and the way the tax system works, the poorest 20% of residents are taxed at a higher level than the national average.

Anger is a natural response to certain situations. You may have an anger management issue if you are constantly angry and feeling the need to defend yourself and are easily set off into an outburst that is difficult for you to control. We have had great success with residents in Belvedere, Elmhurst, Chicago, Naperville and Joliet but all over the state there are unique issues that have contributed to general anger control problems in our Illinois participants. First of all, Illinois continues to be infamous for it’s highly visible political corruption cases. Most recently, ex-Governor Rod Blagojevich was sentenced to 14 years in prison for trying to sell President Obama’s vacated Senate seat. Furthermore, Illinois was not spared from the negative economic downturn in the housing and financial sectors. While in 2007 the unemployment rate was under 5%, it’s currently at 9.1% compared to a 7.6% national average. This is not an easy obstacle when living in a state with such a high cost of living. Finally, Chicagoans had to endure a teacher’s strike this past fall that stopped classes for 350,000 students for over a week. Parents in the third largest school district in the country were left frustrated with government and many had to miss work or leave their kids home alone during that time.

Illinois Participant Testimony

“I was involved in a physical altercation at a bar downtown. The judge ordered me to take 12 hours of anger management training. I took your class without much enthusiasm, but ended up really learning a lot. I took it for an hour each night over 2 weeks so I wouldn’t have to miss any work. Thanks for providing this great service!” Joel G. – Deerfield, IL