Anger Management

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    Taxonomy Code: RP-1400.8000-070

    Programs that provide educational and/or therapeutic opportunities for people who are interested in or who need to learn how to deal with their anger in a positive, functional way. Participants may include people who internalize their anger as well as those who act it out verbally or in behavior toward friends, family, children, employers or other people in their lives. Included are court-ordered and voluntary programs for people who are involved in domestic violence or child abuse as well as general workshops for people who are uncomfortable with the way they express their anger.

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    Service NameDescriptionLocationProgramAgency
    Addressing Conflict and Anger Effectively for Adults - Conflict CenterOffers an anger and conflict management class series for adults consisting of six, 2-hour classes over a six week period that teach skills such as: - Finding ways to cool down when angry - Identifying feelings and needs when angry - Discovering realistic alternatives to arguing and fighting - Recognizing personal anger triggers - Identifying your conflict styles - Exploring ways to problem-solve using the 6-step method - Effectively negotiating with others to get needs met Certificate of completion issued on the last day of class.Denver CountyConflict CenterConflict Center
    Addressing Conflict and Anger Effectively for Youth - Conflict CenterDesigned for youth ages 11-18, Emotional Intelligence and Critical Decision Making is an 8-week skills-based curriculum specifically tailored to address concerns and difficulties youth are experiencing around making healthy decisions for themselves as well as how to recognize their emotions, especially anger, and manage them in non-violent ways. This course covers: - Identifying multiple choices for any one decision - Considering potential positive and negative consequences of their choices - Stopping and thinking before acting - Communicating needs, wants and feelings in a healthy and productive way - Understanding the difference between passive, aggressive, and assertive uses of power - Recognizing and understanding the positive and negative attributes of anger - Conflict management - Handling authority - Identifying realistic alternatives to fighting - Recognizing the physiological signs of anger, as well as personal triggers - Utilizing cooling off techniques for de-escalation - Problem solving using the 6-step method Parents or guardians participate in the class sessions that focus on family communication and skill-building. Certificate of completion issued on the last day of class.Denver CountyConflict CenterConflict Center
    Adult Addiction Treatment Services (N Wilson Ave) - SummitStone Health PartnersOffers adult addiction treatment services which include: - Anger management - Dual disorder counseling - Domestic violence education and therapy - DUI education and therapy - Outpatient substance abuse education and therapy - Substance monitoring services - Specialized women's services - Relapse Prevention - Sobriety planning Larimer CountyN Wilson Ave - SummitStone Health PartnersSummitStone Health Partners
    Adult Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services (W Oak St) - SummitStone Health PartnersProvides adult addiction treatment services which include: - Anger management counseling - Dual disorder counseling - Domestic violence education, therapy - DUI education, therapy - Outpatient substance abuse education and therapy - Substance monitoring services for clients and non-clients (breath tests, Antabuse monitoring, urinalysis) - Specialized services for women - Relapse prevention, sobriety plan creation Larimer CountyW Oak St - SummitStone Health PartnersSummitStone Health Partners
    Connections - Health District of Larimer CountyProvides community members with answers, options, and support in finding mental health and substance use care in the following ways: - Helping clients find local resources for mental health and substance use concerns, taking into account any barriers the client may be facing - Providing interim services until the client can secure longer term treatment, including care coordination and brief psychiatric medication services Larimer CountyHealth District of Northern Larimer CountyHealth District of Northern Larimer County
    Counseling and Assessment -Milburn-Westfall Counseling and TherapyOffers therapy services for individuals, couples and families, in the areas of: - anxiety - depression - grief or loss - post-traumatic stress disorder - anger management - sexual or physical abuse - alcohol and substance abuse - impulse control - men and women's issues - communication and conflict resolution Also provides psychological assessments, including mental health evaluations, substance abuse evaluations, and psychological testing.Jefferson CountyMilburn-Westfall Counseling and TherapyMilburn-Westfall Counseling and Therapy
    Counseling and Therapy for Individual, Couples, Families - Connections CounselingProvides evidence-based therapeutic practices for families, couples and individuals to treat the effects of trauma. Services include, but are not limited to: - Play therapy - Couples therapy - Family therapy - Parent-child interaction therapy - Post adoption therapy - Regulatory therapy - Parenting support - Grief and loss support - Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR) - Stress and anger management - Domestic violence treatment for survivors (child & adult)Jefferson CountyConnections CounselingConnections Counseling
    Court Ordered and Voluntary Counseling, Therapy and Treatment Services - Aurora Center for TreatmentOffers a variety of services on both a court-ordered and voluntary basis, including the following: - Anger management (including stress management, identifying anger triggers, communication skills, victim empathy, power and control issues) - Individual, couples, and family counseling - Domestic violence perpetrators prevention counseling (including same-sex counseling, individual and group sessions, and alternative sentencing through the courts) - Moral Reconation Therapy (combining anger management, cognitive therapy, substance abuse treatment to reduce recidivism by increasing moral reasoning over 12 to 30 weeks) - DUI Level II Education and Therapy - Urinalysis Testing - Parenting Classes Adams CountyAurora Center for TreatmentAurora Center for Treatment
    Diversion Program - Center for Family OutreachProvides an alternative-to-sentencing program for youth struggling with substance use, disruptive or high-risk behaviors and/or family conflict due to adolescent development issues.Larimer CountyCenter for Family OutreachCenter for Family Outreach
    Group Therapy Programs - Associates for PsychotherapyOffers therapy groups for adults with anxiety, PTSD, and depression to help them live in the moment and learn relaxation and centering skills. Also offers an eight-week anger management group program designed for adult men and women. This program offers 12 hours of treatment and a certificate for successful completion.Pueblo CountyFreedom GroupAssociates for Psychotherapy
    Mental Health Services - Family Counseling CenterFamily Counseling Center provides non-religious based counseling services. Services offered include but are not limited to: - Counseling for drug, alcohol and nicotine addictions - Conflict Management - Counseling for individuals, families and couples, including same-sex relationship - Mediation - Walk and talk therapy - DUI therapy and education (approved for Court-ordered) - Domestic Violence education (approved for Court-ordered) - Anger management - Mental health evaluations Sliding Scale Fee is available for individuals and families without insurance. Does not accept Medicaid.Mesa County726 Colorado Avenue, Grand Junction - Family Counseling CenterFamily Counseling Center
    Outpatient Clinic (Granby) - Mind Springs HealthProvides counseling to those who have a mental health or substance abuse issue. Offers DUI classes. Staff is qualified to deal with any type of disorder. Telephone screening determines what paperwork will be needed for outpatient treatment. Inpatient care is available at facility in Mesa County. Formerly known as Colorado West Regional Mental HealthGrand CountyGranby - Mind Springs HealthMind Springs Health
    Outpatient Clinic (Rangely) - Mind Springs HealthOffers the following services: - Mental health counseling, including individual, family, couples, children and adolescents - Psychiatric services - Employee Assistance Programs - Crisis intervention and emergency services - Community education - Substance abuse education and treatment - DUI education and therapy groups for Levels I and II and consultation Formerly known as Colorado West Mental HealthRio Blanco CountyRangely - Mind Springs HealthMind Springs Health
    Outpatient Treatment - Community Alcohol, Drug, Rehabilitation & Education Center (CADREC)Provides a variety of outpatient services, including but not limited to: - DUI/DWAI therapy - Drug/alcohol education - Relapse prevention for adults - Sobriety monitoring for adults with substance abuse issues (urine analysis, breathalyzer, prescribed Antabuse monitoring) - Anger management counseling - Adolescent relapse prevention - Adolescent Sobriety monitoring - Women's trauma counselingDenver CountyCommunity Alcohol, Drug, Rehabilitation & Education Center (CADREC)Community Alcohol, Drug, Rehabilitation & Education Center (CADREC)
    Substance Abuse and Behavioral Health Treatment - Creative Treatment OptionsOperates as an outpatient drug/alcohol abuse treatment program with offices located throughout the Metro Denver area. Provides education and training to identify and cope with both interpersonal processes that lead to criminal conduct and substance abuse. Treatment providing in the following areas: - Mental Health - Substance Abuse Counseling - Court Ordered Treatment - DWAI and DUI - Domestic Violence - Anger ManagementJefferson CountyCreative Treatment OptionsCreative Treatment Options

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