Anger Management Associates
August Classes and Workshops
September Classes and Workshops
Weekend Anger Management Class – Part 2 (8 Hours)
Saturday, September 23rd
9:00 am – 5:00 pm, Tuition: $95
Location: AMA Classroom, Framingha
October Classes and Workshops
For class descriptions, click on page links at far left.
Anger Management Classes
Part 1, 8 Hours ( 9 am to 5 pm)
Part 2, 8 Hours (9 am to 5 pm)
Wednesday Afternoon Class
10 Sessions (1:00 to 3:00 pm)
Wednesday Evening Class
10 Sessions (7:00 to 9:00 pm)
Private classes can be
arranged for businesses,
organizations and famlies
Our classes are:
nonjudgmental and effective
thought-provoking and activity-
based to help participants find
solutions to their own unique
appropriate for anyone who
wants to learn how to manage
their emotions better
accepted by the courts
Our 19th year of helping
people be their best in
their personal and
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Today we are experiencing ever-increasing stress in our lives due to demands of our jobs, family situations and economic conditions. The ability to maintain composure during these times, and avoid inappropriate expressions of anger, is a crucial skill to living a healthy, happy, and balanced life.
There are many reasons why anger may be manifesting within us today, including:
- things not going the way we want them to
- not getting our important needs met in situations
- feeling we are not treated fairly
- someone treating us in unkind or abusive ways
- feeling disrespected or not understood by others
- learning as a child from family mambers that using anger
- to get what we wanted was normal behavior.
However, none of the reasons above can ever be used as justification for outbursts of unsafe anger and rage. With new, tougher assault and domestic violence laws now in force, it s more important now than ever for all of us to take responsibility for our behaviors that affect others.
How Our Programs Help
Anger Management Associates (AMA) is dedicated to helping people whose ways of expressing anger are resulting in problems within their family and workplace relationships as well as in public settings. Our goal is to help individuals develop their Emotional Intelligence skills for living happier, more peaceful and successful lives. We have been offering effective anger management programs for more than 17 years.
We provide not only proven in-class training, but guide our students in how to apply the techniques and skills they learn to every day living. The life-changing skills learned help you make positive changes that you and others will recognize. AMA classes are taught by a certified anger management instructor and are accepted by the court systems. Participants receive a Certificate of Completion at the completion of their class.
Through our Free Phone Consultation. AMA will help you select the best program for your needs. Private follow-up phone support is always available for participants who have completed our classes.
About the Instructor
For the past 19 years, Lou Orsan, MFA, has been dedicated to helping people learn Emotional Intelligence skills where they honor each other s uniqueness and where adults can create safe, loving and nurturing family environments for children to grow and thrive within. Before retiring from private counseling in 2008, Lou offered anger management and couple s relationship counseling and emotional healing therapy in addition to teaching classes.
In his work today, Lou continues to provide anger management and couple s relationship classes for individuals referred by county and state court systems and social service agencies, as well as self-referred individuals who choose to learn skills to manage their emotions more effectively. His programs are also sought out by human resource departments of corporations and City and State government agencies seeking to help their employees acquire emotional regulation skills for the workplace.
Lou s training includes certified anger management provider training through the American Counseling Association (ACA) and domestic violence continuing education training approved by the National Association of Social Workers (NASW).