Join us July 29 for the Transforming Lives Golf Open, a fun day on the green with golf, games, and prizes. All ticket proceeds go directly to our programs, helping us provide greater access to emotional and mental health care throughout the Twin Cities metro area. Register to golf.
Let us know if you're interested. We can give you the timings and discuss costs and insurance. Your email will go straight to the professional running the support group.
Anger is a normal human emotion. It can be especially prevalent in teens as they go through hormonal changes as well as deal with all the changes inherent in navigating the path from teenager to adult. However, excessive or uncontrolled anger can be harmful to the mental and physical health of your teen.
Mental and chemical health Do you feel like parts of your life are out of control? Do you need helping find a new direction? Mental and chemical health issues can affect anyone — children, teens, adults or seniors. Sometimes, major life events may trigger problems.
You are facing one of the hardest times for parents and adolescents alike. Parents don't hound their teens because it is fun. Parents often are angry, hurt, sad, impatient or afraid for their teens.
Request an Appointment. Contact us today. Everyone gets angry from time to time.
Become a channel partner! When the judge or your spouse or your boss says you need to get into an anger management program and change nowthe last thing you want to do is spend the next 2 months going to anger management meetings once a week and listen to some guy lecture you on how to straighten out your head. With your marriage or your job on the line - not to mention a possible trip to jail - you want to get started immediatelyso you can fix what needs to be fixed and get on with your life.
If the answer to any of these is yes, the Anger Management Group can help you achieve your goals for change and self-improvement. Our Anger Management Group is a 8-week program designed to provide help to individuals who have a history of difficulty in managing anger. Group members are trained to recognize high arousal states and to develop relaxation skills.
Feel free to ask for what you want Keep it short, words or less, this is just an initial contact. Remember to double check your return email address or your phone number if you prefer to be called.
Amy has experience working with individuals, couples, families, children ages 4 and up and with groups in outpatient, in-home and in school settings. I use an integrative, client-focused, developmental lifespan and systemic approach when providing therapy. It is important that your treatment is tailored to your needs and it is my job to make sure I am always striving to bring you the tools to help promote the change you want to see in your life. When working with children I will often use play therapy to ensure a safe and comfortable environment where we can work together.