Become a Community Anger Management Educator
Community Anger Management Educator Program
part of the movement to teach principals of anger management to community, professional
groups, and school children. This might include public schools, private schools,
martial arts programs, sports coaches, parenting classes, outreach programs, summer
camp programs for children and adolescents, mental hygiene programs in schools,
after school programs, marriage enrichment programs, gang prevention outreach programs,
senior citizens programs, driver education programs, driver-court programs, training
camps, workplace continuing education programs etc.
An Anger Management Educator is focused on prevention and early intervention with
high-risk individuals - and is prepared to teach persons in a non-clinical setting
how to deal with their angry feelings, as well as the anger and aggression shown
by others toward them. By learning and applying the eight tools of anger control,
students can, in turn, educate (by example) others around them.
You can become a certified anger educator by first completing the core 10-hour program
and then registering for this Level 2 Leader's Program which teaches you
how to teach the Eight Tools of Anger Control to children, teens and others.