Anger Management: Understanding and Expressing Emotions in Healthy Ways

This content is a discussion about anger management and how to help children develop healthy coping mechanisms and skills. It also explores how creating a safe and secure environment for children can help reduce the intensity of their anger and enable them to understand the messages it is communicating. Through acceptance, mirroring of emotions, and self-reflection, we can help children learn to manage their emotions in a healthier way. Lastly, there is a free webinar available on how to transform anger consciously.

HOW LEARNING MODES WORK

You can select a Scheduled Class start date now, and when it has at least 6 and no more than 12 enrolled members the class start date will be official. If the class you choose doesn’t fill, you will be automatically enrolled in the next start date available (usually the next week), until a full class is scheduled. We do this to accommodate individual preferences and to keep class size small and effective.

HOW LEARNING MODES WORK

You can select a Scheduled Class start date now, and when it has at least 6 and no more than 12 enrolled members the class start date will be official. If the class you choose doesn’t fill, you will be automatically enrolled in the next start date available (usually the next week), until a full class is scheduled. We do this to accommodate individual preferences and to keep class size small and effective.
You can also choose the Self-Paced Experience and enter the Community Campus, where you can work through the course materials on your own, and have access to all of the tools and resources that are available to support you in our awesome community including access to Group Coaching Office Hours Coaching Calls, Accountability Calls, Habit Tracker, Journal App, Media Library , Live Q & A’s with Dr. Stacy and other events in the community.
If you choose the self-paced option for now, you will have a year to join a class that suits your schedule so you can experience the journey with a close-knit group.