Anger Management

About Anger Management

Our Anger and Conflict Management Program will assist you in overcoming the anger you are

experiencing by providing you with an opportunity to learn healthy coping styles.  This program

teaches techniques that will help you understand your feelings and critical thinking habit.


The Salvation Army Anger and Conflict Management Program provides an opportunity for individuals

who struggle with anger and emotional conflict to confront and resolve inner turmoil that has

developed in their personal lives.


The program addresses the issue of anger management in a non-threatening environment with the

leadership of a trained facilitator.


Sessions incorporate a variety of teaching methods including: visuals, group discussions and role-playing.


Participants are required to complete take home assignments and an anger log as part of the program.



  • Misconceptions about Anger
  • How to cope with your Anger
  • How to defuse your Anger
  • Your Anger style
  • Productive and Positive Anger Management Techniques



  • Styles of expressing Anger 
  • Ways to control various types of Anger 
  • Personal Anger patterns in yourself and others 
  • Exploration of family violence 
  • Recognizing Limits/Triggers  
  • Increase self-awareness 
  • Violence against women 
  • Assertiveness 
  • Improve communication skills 
  • Rational thinking


Program Referrals 

·        Lawyers

·        Crown Attorneys

·        Probation & Parole Officers

·        Court Orders

·        Social Service Agencies

·        Medical Professionals

·       Self Referral

Participants' Experiences

I attended the program to learn better ways to deal with my anger. I found the sessions very helpful and it’s turned my life around.”


“I attended this course to learn better ways to recognize and appropriately deal with my anger. I now have a better understanding of how my anger feelings are created and what I can do about it.”


“I wanted to learn how to control my anger better and the support and information I received has made me look at myself differently. Thank you.”