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Anger Class Online for Pennsylvania is the premier program for individuals ready to hold themselves accountable for their own behavior. The goal of our anger management program is to educate participants on how to understand their triggers and take control of their emotions utilizing stress management, effective communication and conflict resolution techniques. Our classes are often used to fulfill court, legal and workplace requirements as well as for self-improvement purposes.

Why Harness Your Anger?

One of the most challenging emotions we all face is anger. It’s a completely normal response to things like traffic jams, bullies, unfair workplace decisions, or unreliable family members. It is generally a secondary feeling that stems from the pain of sadness, hurt, frustration, intimidation or shame. Anger in itself isn’t a bad thing. It can help motivate us to resolve a personal conflict, take on a global cause and give us a sense of power or control. It’s when the anger turns into rage that becomes hostile and/or aggressive that it can cause serious harm.

There are many negative repercussions of uncontrolled anger. They include depression, insomnia, addictions, anxiety, and physical issues like high blood pressure, headaches, digestive disorders, strokes and heart attacks. Uncontrolled confrontations can damage relationships at work, school, at home and with friends leading to embarrassment and isolation. If the anger gets too out of control, it can ultimately result in physical violence and trouble with the law.

100% Online, Self-Paced and Private

Anger Class Online for Pennsylvania residents is designed for busy people who have trouble making a weekly in-person class or live far away from the closest one. The course can be taken from any Internet connected computer device like a Smartphone, Tablet, Laptop or PC and from anywhere in the 50 states. This allows participants to stay in the comfort and privacy of their own home to learn the material 24/7. This is a highly beneficial format for the approximately 27% of the population that lives in one of Pennsylvania’s 48 rural counties as these areas may not have many anger management resources to choose from.

Once a participant enrolls, the class becomes immediately available to start from your computer screen. There is absolutely nothing to print out and no workbooks to keep track of. There is no limit to the number of times you log in and out of the class and the computer program will hold your last spot for the next time you enter back in. Taking your class online is a convenient way to complete a quickly approaching court deadline. Since classes are taken on your own schedule, participants have the option of spending an entire weekend to finish up and put the requirement behind them, rather than going 1 hour a week to a traditional classroom site.

Convenient Class Lengths To Choose From

Anger Class Online is available to help clients satisfy their immediate needs with 6 different course lengths. They include:

While we have participants taking our programs throughout many counties and cities in the state of Pennsylvania. Some of the most common areas include: Bensalem, Cranberry Township, Delta, Downingtown, Harrisburg, Indiana, King Of Prussia, Langhorne, Orwigsburg, Phila, Philadelphia, Tarentum, Towanda, West Chester and Wysox.

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

We can also customize a class to meet your specific requirements. If you are taking an anger class to satisfy a court mandate, we suggest getting prior approval to take a distance-learning course from the judge, probation officer or your attorney. This is because every case is different and sometimes a judge has a specific course in mind for your particular situation.

NO Added Fees

Your initial payment is your entire payment. When you finish the class, we will send you a Certificate of Completion for FREE via US Mail to any address you designate. The Certificate includes your name, date of birth, case number, class you completed and our name and licensing information. This is the documentation that needs to be presented to your school, place of employment or legal system to prove that you successfully took the course.

Our Guarantee

While we have experienced great success in areas like Williamsport, Philadelphia, Allentown, Lebanon and Reading, we always suggest that clients get prior approval to take an online class before enrolling. However, we offer a 100% refund if for any reason you take our program and then find out that your legal system won’t accept it. Simply fax or mail us written proof of decline within 60 days of class purchase and we will credit your card back in full.

Anger Issues In the Keystone State

Pennsylvania, the birthplace of our nation, was originally settled in 1643. It was once our capital city, Betsy Ross made the first American flag in Philadelphia and important documents like the Constitution, Declaration of Independence and Lincoln’s Gettysburg address were all written here. In general, the population of Pennsylvania is highly educated. About 26% have gone on to acquire a BA degree or higher. While the recession is officially over, many families in the state are still trying to get back on their feet. The state unemployment rate is hovering around 7.5, and more people have to juggle part-time jobs that don’t offer health coverage. According to the Census Bureau, about 13.8% of the population is living under the poverty level. There is no question that these financial strains cause stress and anger to rise.

Bullying Issues in Pennsylvania Schools

In 2011, students in Pennsylvania took a survey given by the Commission on Crime and Delinquency. Some results of the questionnaire showed: • 50.3% of students say that other students tell lies about them or spread rumors • 41.7% have been called names or teased • 15.9% have been hit, kicked, pushed or shoved in the past 2011 year • 19.8% have had other students take their money or damage their property • 12.1% say that other students have used the internet or cell phone to threaten or embarrass them

With these statistics in mind, Anger Class Online also offers a program specifically for 11 – 17 year olds. It teaches adolescents how to improve their stress and anger management in an engaging and age appropriate way. Parents and kids can access the class anytime to fit into their schedules and help prevent bullying behavior.

Pennsylvania Client Testimony

“Thank you for this course. Things were coming to a head in my home life due to job issues and I really needed a wake up call. My wife and I took it together and I learned information that has already helped me cool down. I’ve recommended this website to friends and family!” - Jeremy C. – Scranton, PA