"This is an excellent course — I learned many skills that were easy to use. I am glad I took the time to invest in myself!"
- M.S., Course Participant
It’s time to take control. Anger can be a harmless emotion; but if you lose control of your anger, it can also be a dangerous one. The damage of losing control of your anger can be severe: destroyed relationships, loss of employment, low self-worth, and legal consequences. Whether you are looking to learn more about anger or are ready to change your life for the better – this is the course for you. The “Managing Our Anger, Managing Our Lives” Anger Management course offers an easy-to-understand, practical and direct way to master the skills needed to control your anger.
Inside you will find:
After taking this course, you will:
"Before this course I struggled to communicate my emotions with my family and friends. It was even impacting my career. When I took this course I learned how to communicate how I was feeling, and that I didn't need to communicate using anger anymore."
- H.L., Course Participant
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Our mission at Anger Management U is to revolutionize the way people understand and manage anger though normalization and education. We believe that every single person can benefit from our core anger management skills. At Anger Management U, we pride ourselves on exceptional client care by making U the center of our work. This means that we strive to provide you with the best programs and resources available to create change in your life.Our highest values include accessibility, efficacy, and the normalization of anger. We do not believe that anger makes people bad, as everyone experiences anger. Instead, we believe that anger and the behavior that stems from anger is an indicator and motivator for change. Our resources range from workbooks for children, adolescents and adults, to an eCourse.We also provide individual and group classes online.
David Morgan, LCSW-R, CAMF is the co-founder of Anger Management U. He is a licensed clinical social worker with over 18 years experience in private practice. He has worked in a major Hospital on the psychiatric in-patient unit and in the psychiatric emergency room. He has worked with children, adolescents, and adults with major psychiatric and substance abuse disorders in both the acute and clinical settings. In addition, he has worked in the public school system developing programs and facilitating groups for children and adolescents on a wide variety of topics. He is licensed by New York State to provide clinical psychotherapy and he has helped many people achieve their goals over the years. He is a certified anger management provider and has extensive training in anger management. He has just co-authored an anger management workbook, Managing Our Anger, Managing Our Lives, which was published in spring of 2016. He is passionate about anger management and his goal is to teach anger management skills on a global level.
Samantha Janosick, LCSW, CAMP is the co-founder of Anger Management U. She is a licensed clinical social worker with experience in mental health and substance abuse counseling services, in both the inpatient and outpatient settings. In addition, she has worked in various environments, including healthcare, school and college settings. She has experience working with children, adolescents, adults and families. Samantha presents nationally and locally on various topics, including anger management, trauma-informed care, and building inclusive spaces for marginalized and at-risk populations. She is licensed by New York State to provide psychotherapy. She is also a Certified Anger Management Provider. She has just co-authored an anger management workbook, Managing Our Anger, Managing Our Lives, which was published in spring of 2016. She is passionate about anger management and her goal is to teach anger management skills on a global level.