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Purpose of Anger Management

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The word management means to work upon or alter for a specific purpose(s) or goal(s).

The purpose of anger management is to enable one to express his/her anger in a healthy and assertive way, and to take constructive action. When anger is expressed appropriately, one can avoid loss of control which could lead to acting out in anti-social or destructive ways. Such course of action can reduce the various negative effects excessive anger on the individual, family and society at large.

This program is a series of ten sessions geared to help clients recognize, target and heal the sources of their anger. Each session is approximately 1 hour in length and the duration of the program is ten weeks. It can also be completed within a shorter time period. It meets the requirements of the Ontario court system.

You will receive a Letter and/or a Certificate of Completion after the successful completion of the program, which is acceptable by the courts.

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Latchman Narain specialises in anger management, domestic violence (PAR), substance abuse (mostly alcoholism) and caring parenting/dad’s programs.

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