Anger Management

We offer Anger Management classes using both the National Anger Management Association Style and Century Anger Management Approach

The Evidence Based Model modules that will be taught from the NAMA (National Anger Management Association) include:


Getting Started and the Anger Log

Primitive and Evolved Brain

Anger Awareness

Calming Techniques

Shame and Shadow Material

Destructive Thinking

Judgment and Criticalness

Assertive Communication

Conflict Resolution

Stress and Anxiety Management



Practical Solutions Developing an Anger Management Life Practice STOP and Remember the Consequences Take a “Time Out” Ask the “Big Question” Respond rather than React Communicate Assertively Check Expectations Recognize and Manage Stress and Anxiety Check for Destructive Thinking Focus on the Positive Coping is Better than Blaming 6 Major Coping Skills Develop Empathy and Compassion Develop a Practice of Laughter Develop a Breathing Practice Relapse Strategies A New Beginning

The eight tools of anger management include as developed by Century Anger Management:

At New Life Facility we recognize it is important to make an informed, educated decision when deciding on choosing a provider for classes, training or education. We would like our current, potential, and future consumers to clearly understand our mission, core values, and objectives. 

New Life Facility is committed to providing exceptional anger management education. We do this by teaching empirically validated interventions in a model that is complete for both adolescents and adults. New Life Facility has a group of highly trained anger management professionals that provide top quality services to their clients. 

Some questions to ask yourself before attending anger management courses might be:

Century Anger Management's model of intervention, developed by Dr. Tony Fiore, Ph.D. and Ari Novick, M.A. was published in January 2005. The approach has approval that validate the usage of the model and training. It is approved for CEUs for LCSWs and LMFT’s by the California Board of Behavioral Sciences (BBS PCE#2668) and CAADE (CP10704C1105), California.