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Our anger management classes have an A+ rating from the Better Business Bureau and for your convenience, are completely online. There are no workbooks or paperwork to keep track of and absolutely nothing to print out! Once you enroll in the course that is appropriate for you, it becomes immediately available to begin. There is no pre-determined schedule to follow. You go at your own pace and can login and out of the program whenever you would like. The program will hold your last spot for you so when you log back in, you can continue from where you left off. It’s perfect for busy people who don’t want to miss any work, school or time with the family.

100% Online, Completely Self-Paced

Anger is a secondary emotion that usually stems from the feelings of frustration, anxiety, fear sadness or disappointment. Everyone feels angry once in a while, saying or doing things that they may regret later on. However, if you find yourself damaging relationships, having problems at work or losing control of your temper that results in dangerous or violent behavior, it’s time to seek help. The most challenging part is to realize that you are ready to make a change. The good news is that you have the ability to choose how you respond to any situation and can learn the skills to help you attain a more balanced, harmonious life.

In many instances, childhood experiences determine how you react to anger. If you grew up in a stressful household in which there was yelling and aggression, then you are more likely to model this behavior as well. Taking an anger management class online will teach you how to recognize the signs that you are becoming frustrated and learn how to defuse the anger and calm down to deal with the situation in a more positive, effective way. The goal is to teach participants how to express themselves in an assertive but respectful way.

If you are a resident of the Bluegrass State and find yourself repeatedly doing things that you don’t really mean, then you can gain control of your life by learning the new skills presented in Kentucky Anger Class Online. Since 2003, we have been the preeminent online course in the country for court ordered clients, working professionals and for personal growth. Our online courses are accepted and used throughout the U.S. as well as Canada and abroad from any Internet connected computer device, 24 hours a day and 7 days a week!

6 Different Standard Lengths

Online anger class is available in the following standard, often court ordered lengths. It can also be customized for you particular needs.

While we have participants taking our programs throughout many counties and cities in the state of Kentucky. Some of the most common areas include: Alexandria, Bowlinggreen, Florence, Glasgow, Guston, LEXINGTON, Loisville, Louisville, Marion, Nicholasville, Oak Grove, Phelps and Richmond.

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

Official Certificate Upon Completion Included

Within 24 workday hours of completing the class, we will send your Certificate of Completion FREE of charge. This ships to you via US Mail to any address you specify. We can also make this document available for you to download.

World Class Customer Service

Dr. Novick and his customer service associates are available to speak with Monday – Friday from 9 – 6p.m. PST. Dr. Novick is a licensed and practicing Family Therapist and Anger Management Specialist and Trainer in Laguna Beach, California. Dr. Novick is also available to speak directly with your attorney, probation officer or the court system if necessary.

Kentucky Fun Facts

  1. The Kentucky Derby, which is held at Churchill Downs, is the oldest continuously held horse race in the U.S.
  2. Corvettes are manufactured in Bowling Green.
  3. Two Louisville sisters created the song “Happy Birthday to You” in 1893.
  4. Mammoth Cave has over 360 miles of cave system, the longest recorded in the world.

Anger Issues Specific To Kentucky

The Bluegrass State boasts beautiful countryside with 90,000 miles of streams and the highest per capita number of deer and turkey in the nation. It is the fourth largest producer of cars and trucks and as of 2010, 24% of the electricity in the country depended on Kentucky’s uranium rods and coalfields. However, during the recent recession job shortages hit the area hard due to declines in the demand for coal, lumber and tobacco, among other things. Kentucky now has a 16.3% poverty rate, making it the fourth highest in the U.S. Generations of families continue to live in the rural Appalachia area and many have never left in search of higher education. This also contributes to the reason why 16 counties in this area are included in the Census Bureau’s list of the 100 poorest counties in the nation. This poverty and lack of education generally contributes to couples getting married at a younger age than the rest of the country and a resulting higher divorce rate. In fact, Daviess County has the 3rd highest divorce rate of any county in the country at 17%. In Hardin County, the divorce rate between 2002 and 2006 was a depressing 77%! The overall divorce rate in Kentucky is around 12.5%

Kentucky Client Testimonial

“Thank you for this easy format. I took this class because of a court order after I got into a fight with my uncle. The information was interesting and I learned ways to calm myself down before getting out of control again!” Robert D. - Winchester, KY

*While we have experienced great success with our online programs all over the U.S., we always suggest getting prior approval to take an online course from your judge, probation officer or attorney. This is because in certain situations a judge might require an individual to go to an in-person class.