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Anger Management Evaluation

Why an Anger Management Evaluation?

In many cases, both misdemeanor and felony, an anger management evaluation may be a required condition of pretrial diversion, probation, or parole. The goal of the evaluation is not to determine if you have an anger problem, but rather if you have knowledge of proper anger management techniques, and how to implement them. Anger is a normal part of everyone’s life, but it takes practice and awareness to control it, cool down, and deal with it in a healthy manner. If you are recommended an anger management program, it is because we believe that teaching you about new and healthy ways to manage your emotions with help you in the long run, and hopefully prevent you from ever having trouble with the law again.

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  • Anger Management evaluations are conducted by Certified Anger Management Specialists who understand the proper steps to avoiding triggers and how to properly use coping mechanisms. Anger is a difficult emotion to control, even in the best of circumstances. If you were arrested for a violent charge, you may be required to complete an anger management evaluation by your probation officer.
  • During the evaluation, we cover your family and abuse history, current and previous charges, demeanor, state and trait anger expression, and anger management skills.
  • Anger Management evaluations can be completed on any weekday by appointment only. The standard turn-around time for an anger management evaluation is 3-5 business days. If you need the evaluation paperwork the same day, the evaluation is subject to a $100 rush fee. A rushed evaluation can only be completed if all required documentation is brought to the appointment.
  • Not all anger management evaluations are created equal. Embrace Counseling and Consulting prides itself on the fact that only those who require anger management treatment receive treatment recommendations. The appointments take about 60-90 minutes to complete, and most clients receive their recommendation immediately. In order to expedite the process, please be sure to bring your ID, the police report, and any supporting documentation you have available.

Court Approved Evaluations