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Anger Management Links

Please take a moment to visit these Anger Management Resources

Anderson & Anderson: The Anderson & Anderson model of anger management is the most effective and most widely recognized curriculum in the world. We currently have Certified Anger Management Facilitators in the United States, Canada, Guam, South Africa, Bermuda, Mexico, Cayman Islands, England, the Philippines and Italy. The Anderson & Anderson adolescent and adult curricula is now available in Spanish and English. Certification for Facilitators is available on interactive CDs as well as live Seminars and Video Conferences throughout the world. The Anderson Anger Management/Executive Coaching Program is used by Medical Quality Assurance and Hospital Chains nationwide.

Marin Services for Men
Recovery Services in a Sober Living Environment. A 501(C)(3) non-profit organization. Located in Marin County, Northern California

Daybreak Counseling Service
Daybreak Counseling Services is an anger management education center in Los Angeles, California. We have five locations in Los Angeles County area and provide indirect service worldwide through our popular website.

Shannon Munford M.A.
Daybreak Counseling Service

The Anger Management Institute of Texas
The Anger Management Institute of Texas anger management program is designed for those who are seeking self-help; court mandated referrals, and those referred by Human Resource Managers, Employee Assistance Professionals, Mental Health and Substance Abuse Counselors, as well as concerned parents, and spouses.

Lowenstein Law Office
Lowenstein Law Office offers criminal defense in the Bay Area – San Francisco, Marin, Contra Costa, Alameda, San Mateo, and Santa Clara Counties. is the only Colorado-based certified anger and stress management program that offers the acclaimed Anderson & Anderson model. This model, considered the industry standard and recognized worldwide, is now used by Fortune 500 companies, schools, prisons, Los Angeles courts, colleges, and all levels and branches of government agencies.

Help Reduce Road Rage
Join us in our effort to Reduce Road Rage! Our campaign consists of a direct concept designed to increase awareness, Reduce Road Rage and make people think before acting foolishly on the road.

Life Coaching & Consulting with Chris Wesley
Personal, Business and Executive Coaching and Consulting. Find the Focus,Energy and Courage to make Great Things Happen in Your Life and at Work.
Therapy Counseling - a Free Telehealth Resource. Contact a therapist now over your phone with no long distance internationally. Therapist, psychotherapy, psychologist

The Law Offices of Peter A. Fitzpatrick
Since 1996, The Law Offices of Peter A. Fitzpatrick has been devoted to providing high quality legal representation in criminal cases. I have achieved many victories and unbelievable plea deals over the years, and representing those faced with criminal charges in the San Francisco Bay Area is something we take very seriously. I take great pride in providing a top notch criminal defense to everyone that seeks my assistance during this difficult and stressful time in their life.

Degrees and Courses
Degrees and Courses offers online education research by allowing you to compare colleges and programs, as well as much more.

Mental Health Association of San Francisco

The Mental Health Association of San Francisco (MHASF) is a non-profit organization that deals with mental health education, advocacy, research, and service in San Francisco. It was established in 1947 and is one of 320 affiliates of Mental Health America throughout the United States and is an affiliate of the Mental Health Association in California.

Buckelew Programs 

Based in Marin County, Buckelew Programs works to provide homes, jobs, health and hope to people in Marin, Sonoma and Napa counties with a mental illness and/or substance use disorder. Please join our efforts to assist those we serve to better live, work, learn, and participate fully in the community.

Community Action Marin

Community Action Marin’s (CAM) safety net programs assist Marin families, seniors, and the disabled with emergency financial needs that are not covered by other assistance programs. It has acted as a laboratory for innovative methods of addressing causes of poverty in Marin. Many successful local programs originated within the Agency including the Marin Food Bank, Ritter Center, the Farmer's Market and Homeward Bound. Today, CAM's practical and timely programs emphasize education, nutrition, mental health, emergency services, asset development and more. The Agency works to provide rapid response to clients facing a personal or economic crisis.