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Anger Help in NYC

spiral2grow therapy center, a leading provider of anger management in New York City, employs anger management psychotherapists and anger management counselors, who provide court mandated anger management program for court ordered cases. spiral2grow, located in midtown Manhattan at 260 Madison Avenue #8023, New York, NY 10016, offers anger psychotherapy, individual anger management counseling, anger groups and classes as well as anger management workshop.

Anger Help for diverse clientele

Anger management programs or anger help is required for many reasons. Sometimes these programs are taken for personal growth and improvement or at the request of a loved one or employer. Anger management programs may also be required by the court or probation department as part of a plea bargain or minor violation of the law. If the court has ordered you to take an anger management class, then you are legally obligated to fulfill this requirement. The number of sessions or hours for anger program is usually determined by the judge or by probation. Depending on where you live, each state may have certain requirements for the attendance or participation in a court ordered anger management program. If the number of sessions is not specified, then a normal anger management program contains about eight to twelve sessions.

spiral2grow serves a diverse clientele ranging from private individuals to referrals from variety sources such as the court system (Court-Mandated or Court-Ordered Anger Counseling), family physicians, employers, corporations, human resource personnel, youth service centers, child protection agencies, school systems etc. If needed, participants in spiral2grow programs can receive an anger management certification diploma or letter of completion to present to the court when they completed the anger classes or the anger program in New York.

There were many reasons why someone might seek anger management therapy.

  • Hurting loved-ones as a result of anger
  • Committing violent or aggressive acts
  • Experiencing verbal abuse and short temper causing problems in a relationship or marriage
  • Having conflict in intimate relationship that trigger anger
  • Inability to de-escalate angry situations
  • Difficulty in dealing with hightened “negative” emotions
  • Problem dealing with family members such as one’s in-laws
  • Court mandated anger management therapy resulting from neglect, abuse, road rage, violence etc.
More about Anger Management Program
Resources
  • The Anger Control Workbook - by McKay, Matthew & Rogers, Peter
  • The Anger Habit – by Semmelroth, Carl & Smith, Donald
  • The Anger Habit Workbook – by Semmelroth, Carol
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Resources

Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist (LMFT) in New York City
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