You’ve been assigned to complete Anger Management. Maybe it is from an employer (EAP), maybe it is from the courts or a probation officer, or maybe damaged relationships that require you to work on some behaviors you’ve exhibited lately.
Whatever it is, Anger Management is something new to you. This article should help to clarify what to expect.
Whatever it may be, Anger Management is not something we are used to. There can be a sense of shame or stigma about seeking help. And treatment can be very different depending on where you go for classes.
You Matter. At Kemet Health we are here to treat you with dignity and respect. That is first and foremost our aim in serving you. We protect your confidentiality as our top priority as we help you at this time in your life.
We Charge Less! As part of dignity and respect we choose to charge less than other practices.It is not unheard of to see prices of $100, $150, or even $200 for an evaluation. We charge an affordable $70 for the evaluation and $55 per group session.
Program Structure. As you enter the program, the typical structure for Anger Management at Kemet is:
- Treatment Evaluation
- 8-10 interactive group sessions (this can vary widely depending on personal situation)
- Telemedicine (during COVID-19 you can access all our services from the comfort of home)
Class Topics. Classes cover a number of important anger-related topics including how triggers and negative thinking can lead to frustrations or interpersonal conflicts. We also focus on self-development to create proper tools for improving self-talk and self-care, fostering a sense of forgiveness, improving communication, and how to deal with difficult people in your life.
The Group Environment. Participation is important. We expect everyone to speak up and interact during our group sessions. This makes the experience much more engaging and you can learn from your peers. You also will not feel as though you are being “talked at” or lectured to.
The Right Team. Our Anger Management Classes are offered by highly capable Certified Anger Management Specialists (CAMS-1) with many years of experience. They are a member of the National Anger Management Association (NAMA), which is the international professional association in the field of anger management.
Completion Certificate. At the end of the program, you earn a Certificate of Completion and a sense of satisfaction for having developed new tools. This certificate satisfies your needs with any number of parties (courts, employer, etc.) and we are able to coordinate directly to confirm your participation at Kemet.
Join us in our Anger Management Program! We are located in Northern Virginia in Springfield, VA. And currently we offer all our classes via videoconferencing software (ZOOM). You will not have to meet us in person during the COVID-19 shutdowns.