North Dakota Anger Class Online is the highest quality online resource to help individuals understand what triggers their angry emotions, and how to utilize the most recent research-based techniques to better manage their behavior. Our distance-learning programs can be used to fulfill court orders, work related and school mandates, and to repair your life! The goal of the classes is to teach participants how to strengthen relationships by developing clear, assertive and non-threatening communication techniques. Participants do this by learning stress management, developing their emotional intelligence, and by improving impulse control and decision-making skills.
Learn To Regain Control
Anger is an emotional state that can have many different intensities. Sometimes we might feel irritated at something like an appliance not working properly, or offended by someone’s unsympathetic comments, or downright mad at a child for watching television instead of finishing homework. All of these feelings are completely normal and when approached rationally can actually help to motivate us to fix or accomplish things. However, for some the rage is chronic, uncontrollable and has destructive results. If you are having trouble breaking this cycle and feel ashamed, helpless or are in legal trouble, an anger management class can help you regain control and get your life back on track.
No Paperwork or Workbooks
Anger Class Online for residents of North Dakota is designed to be convenient and easy to use. Participants need little computer experience to navigate the class because the programs all include clear and specific directions that guide you through the course. There is absolutely nothing to print out, or workbooks to keep track of. The entire class is done 100% online from any IPad, Smartphone, PC or Laptop computer. Participants simply enroll for the number of hours (correlates to number of weeks) they would like, and the material becomes available on the screen in front of them. This format is especially beneficial for executives that travel, truck drivers, parents of young children or anyone with an atypical work schedule that can’t get to traditional weekly classes.
Six Standard Classes To Choose From
North Dakota Anger Class Online comes in the following standard lengths. It can also be customized to be longer or shorter, 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:
Bismarck, Forest River, Mandan, RUGBY, Trenton, Watford City and Williston.
One of the many benefits of taking your anger management class online rather than in-person is that you can fit it into your busy schedule whenever you have some free time. There is no pre-determined curriculum schedule. You can login and out at any time of the day or night, and as many times as you want. You can take the course for 15 minutes one day, 2 hours the next, skip a couple of days and then get back to it. It’s completely self-paced which gives you the opportunity to complete it much more quickly than a standard 8 or 12-week course.
Certificate of Completion Included In Cost
Once you enroll in the class, there are no additional costs unless you choose expedited shipping. We send you the Certificate of Completion for FREE via the US Mail when you successfully finish the program. The Certificate includes your name, the name of the class you took, the date, your case number and our certification specifics. We can also make it available for you to download and print out immediately from your computer for those under time constraints.
We take pride in the quality of all our programs. We have an extremely high acceptance rate across the nation. Clients in Williston, Bottineau, Bismarck, Valley City and Fargo have successfully utilized our Certificate of Completion. However, we always suggest that our clients get prior approval to take an online course from their attorney, probation officer, or judge. This is because there are particular situations in which a judge might expect an offender to take a class in-person. If for any reason you take our class and it is not accepted by the legal system you are dealing with, we offer a complete refund. Simply fax or mail a written proof of decline within 60 days of class purchase and we will credit your card back in full.
Anger Management Issues In North Dakota
As of July 2013, North Dakota had the lowest unemployment rate in the country at around 3%. There are many jobs available in the health care and oil industries, and the conservative and steady culture has nurtured fewer booms and busts then the rest of the country. This combined with the low population and great, beautiful outdoor expanses would seem to make it the most desirable state to live in. However, there are still issues. The most recent reported statistics from a few years ago show that there were about 73,000 families and 147,500 children living in poverty. This low level of income often contributes to anger and stress issues in the home. In 2008, 4,500 domestic violence and about 900 victims of sexual assault looked for help from statewide crisis centers. That is just what the state is aware of. According to the ACLU, Women’s Rights Project, in 2003 about 44% of abused women in Fargo reported that they stayed in abusive relationships because they couldn’t afford alternative housing. If you recognize yourself as someone who could use anger management training to help break an abusive cycle within the household and improve your marriage, then Anger Class Online can be a highly effective and private way to learn the strategies you need to create a happier life.
North Dakota Client Testimonial
“I started taking anger management classes locally in town. It was maddening. The instructor was late, the class was boring and I had to cut out of work early to get there. After a couple of sessions, I asked my probation officer if I could switch to your online anger class. She agreed and it worked out great. I was more relaxed, got it done on my own time and learned a lot. Now I can see my kids again, so thank you!” Brad M. – Minot, ND