Anger is one of the basic human emotions in the same vein as happiness, sadness, anxiety, or disgust. Of course, uncontrollable anger that is too quickly or frequently mobilized can undermine relationships or damage physical health in the long term.
For those who struggle with chronic uncontrollable anger or who only experience occasional outbursts, learning skills to identify and navigate this powerful emotion can lead to growth and change.
Regardless of your reasons for taking an interest in this course, we are here to help you. These sessions are led by a highly experienced, qualified, and certified Anger Management Specialist. In court-mandated cases, we issue a certificate of Anger Management Course completion certificate that is accepted by the Ontario and U.S. courts.
Feeling helpless? Don’t worry. We have designed different anger management classes to fit your busy schedule. We offer the following types of courses:
Domestic violence is the violent form of domestic abuse, which is controlling, coercive or threatening behaviour between those aged 16 or over who are or have been intimate partners. Carers who are family members can also be perpetrators.
Anyone can be a domestic abuse or violence victim, regardless of gender, age, ethnicity, socio-economic status, sexuality, or background. The abuse or violence can continue after the intimate relationship has ended. The ill-treatment, lasting over an extended period and rarely a one-off incident, can take several forms.
We have designed different domestic violence classes to fit your busy schedule. We offer the following types of courses:
Boundaries, like fences between neighbors, protect a person's personal or mental space. They involve the physical and emotional limits of appropriate behavior between people and help define where one person ends, and the other begins.
People typically learn boundaries during childhood within their families.
Research indicates that in families with healthy, flexible boundaries, each person can develop into a distinct individual with unique interests and skills. This helps foster well-being, self-control, and self-esteem.
Boundaries can be both healthy and unhealthy. Sure signs can help you distinguish between a healthy boundary and a harmful limit.
Healthy boundaries allow each person in a relationship or family to communicate their wants and needs while also respecting the wants and needs of others.
When unhealthy boundaries are set, safety in the relationship is compromised. This may lead to dysfunctional relationships where people's needs are unmet.
We have designed different healthy boundaries classes to fit your busy schedule. We offer the following types of courses:
Alcohol abuse, also called alcohol misuse, is a severe problem. It is a pattern of drinking too much alcohol too often and interferes with your daily life.
You may be suffering from alcohol abuse if you drink too much alcohol at one time or too often throughout the week. It is also a problem if drinking harms your relationships. It can cause you to be unable to function at work and in other areas of your life.
We have designed different alcohol and drug abuse classes to fit your busy schedule. We offer the following types of courses: