For Illinois Residents only
Register for one hour sessions in anger management to be scheduled on Zoom with Anger Management Specialist — Lynette Hoy.
Enrollment letters, resources and Certificates of Completion provided for courts, schools, or employers. Extensions arranged individually (extra fee).
Do you need to develop anger management skills for personal growth and/or to enhance your relationships or marriage?
Are you mandated to take an anger management program by a court or employer or school? Our programs are approved by the Circuit Court of Cook County and other local court jurisdictions. But, you will need pre-approval from your lawyer or court official if it is ordered.
These programs will teach you to manage your anger effectively through research-based skills such as assertiveness, problem-solving, stress management, empathy, conflict resolution and forgiveness. Includes curriculum: What’s Good About Anger? Expanded Book/Workbook and access to online course. Enrollment letters and Certificates of Completion provided.
Facilitator/instructor: Lynette Hoy, NCC, LCPC, CAMS-V, is a Certified Anger Management Specialist-V with the National Anger Management Association.
Dates determined individually.
Time: Determined individually.
Pay online for just $120.00 (includes shipping for one free book) or call Lynette Hoy at 708-341-5438 to register.
Contact information and location:
Location: Live online Zoom sessions. No live office sessions available. CounselCare Connection, P.C. – Anger Management Institute
Call Lynette J. Hoy, NCC, LCPC, Certified Anger Management Specialist-V
at (708) 341-5438 with questions and to pay by credit card or pay online above.
Materials included: Expanded Book/Workbook (16 lessons) based on the Fourth Edition Book (2016), Online course access and quizzes. Resource fees waived. Certificate of completion provided for number of hours participant has attended only.
What’s Good About Anger? Description & Contents
Most people believe that anger is a negative emotion from which no good can come.
Many people think that anger should not be expressed and that such feelings are sinful.
This book explores the emotion of anger and how anger “which is a part of the human experience” can be put to work for good. This fourth edition integrates emotional intelligence skills with the best anger management strategies. While geared for a general readership – this book still includes a spiritual dimension.
- How to Rate Your Anger and Progress
- Triggers for Anger
- Anger’s Many Faces
- The Power of Anger
- When Anger is Good
- Defusing Anger by Managing Stress
- Handling Anger Effectively
- Anger and Assertiveness
- Managing Conflict
- Turning Anger into Forgiveness
- When to Take a Break
- Cognitive Distortions and Changing Thinking
- How Emotional Intelligence Impacts Anger
- Frequently Asked Questions About Anger
Co-authors Lynette Hoy and Ted Griffin present a fresh approach to managing anger and the key role that emotional intelligence plays – putting anger to work for good! Learn about how anger can be turned into assertiveness, problem-solving, empathy, conflict management and forgiveness.
Applying the cognitive, behavioral and stress management skills from the What’s Good About Anger? book and workbooks can reduce your levels of anger, and help you learn effective coping behaviors to stop escalation and to resolve conflicts. Logging anger, triggering situations and applying new skills will help you more effectively control unhealthy anger responses.
This fourth edition book is co-authored by Lynette Hoy, NCC, LCPC, CAMS-V and Ted Griffin, Editor/writer. Mrs. Hoy is a National Certified Counselor, Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor in the state of Illinois, crisis counselor and anger management specialist. Mrs. Hoy is a Certified Anger Management Specialist-V, Diplomate, Supervisor and Consultant with the National Anger Management Association and has trained and educated hundreds of clients, couples and students in anger management. Lynette has been trained in 40 hours of domestic violence advocacy and has authored all materials in anger management and some domestic violence curriculum for churches. Contact Lynette Hoy for questions about these resources at: 708-341-5438.
Anger Management Institute
1200 Harger Road, Suite 602
Oak Brook, IL 60523