Three Day Live Anger Management Facilitator Training in Atlanta May 23, 24, 25 – 2011


Three Day Live Anger Management Facilitator Training Certification
Presented by
Anderson & Anderson, A.P.C.

May 23rd, 24th, & 25th 2011
8:30 AM – 4:30 PM

Atlanta Anger Management
5555 Glenridge Connector
Suite 200
Atlanta, Georgia 30342 USA

Enrollment: 310-207-3591

$500.00 per day includes client workbook, facilitator guide, and certification.
Total: $1,500

Limited Seating, Call To Sign Up Now To Assure Attendance.

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Anger Management Guru: George Anderson, BCD, LCSW, CAMF

Approved for 8 CEU’s by CAADAC (#2n96-341-0805), BBS (#PCE60), CAADE (#CP40-793-C-1009), TCBAP, and the CA. Board of Corrections

The Anderson & Anderson model of anger management is the most effective and widely recognized curriculum in the world. This model, which has been featured in Los Angeles Times Magazine, focuses on enhancing emotional intelligence and assertive communication while introducing behavior strategies for identifying and managing anger and stress. Our certification training and approved provider list are the industry standards and dominate the internet.

The First day of training will focus on Adolescent Anger Management and will use the Anderson workbook “Controlling Ourselves” as the text. A demonstration and discussion of the Pre and Post Test will be conducted. This one-day training is designed for Nurses, School Counselors/Psychologists, Substance Abuse Counselors, Case Managers, HR Managers, Clinicians, Probation Officers, as well as staff from group homes, and agencies serving families and youth. This curriculum is currently being used in school districts in Los Angeles, Oakland, Sacramento, Concord and San Diego, as well as school districts in Texas and Louisiana. In addition, probation departments in Arizona, Kansas, California and Texas use this model.

On the Second day, Adult Anger Management will be examined. A demonstration of the Pre and Post Test will be conducted with a discussion of its usefulness. “Gaining Control of Ourselves,” in conjunction with experiential exercises and videos, will be used to initiate the participants to this intervention. Most major corporations have accepted this model for use by H.R. and EAP Managers.

The Third day of Training is Organizational Emotional Intelligence/Anger Management. This training is designed to prepare the participant to offer workshops or presentations regarding anger management, civility or emotional intelligence a small group format. This is rapidly becoming one of the most requested interventions in anger management. This training has been conducted for Kaiser Permanente of Southern California the Riverside County Medical Association as well as the Illinois State Bar Association.

Participants who attend all three days of this training will receive a free CD containing a 16 hour course on Motivational Interviewing. This in addition to the above three days will give the participant the required 40 hours of Facilitator Certification Training.

Each training day counts for 8 of the total of 40 hours required for Certification.

**This training is also available through our online course.


Make an extra $4000 or more per month

by choosing to become a Certified Anger Management Facilitator

by Anger Management Guru George Anderson of Anderson & Anderson™

in Atlanta, GA May 23, 24, 25, 2011.

Atlanta Anger Management is proud to host George to train an elite few

(8-10) people in our state of the art facility in Atlanta.

Learn how to take over your market for Anger Management Volunteer and Court Ordered Participants by offering the most recognized and effective Anderson & Anderson™ Anger Management Curriculum in the world.

Being Certified by Anderson & Anderson™ is worth the money as it separates you from those who choose cheaper/less effective/self designed programs.

Accepted in all 50 States and is the standard that all Anger Management programs emulate.

You will receive calls from clients having cases in another state then yours. No problem. Anderson & Anderson™ Anger Management Curriculum is recognized and accepted in every State. Internationally recognized and valued also.

Your quality of clients will be different from those offering other class curriculum models. They will match your current quality of clients if you are a counselor.

With one well attended class your investment money is covered. Be inspired by George Anderson and Richard Taylor.

Business and marketing is also covered. Worth it just for the business savvy.

Everything is prepared for you to get started immediately after the certification.

Limited seats so act fast and call today and book your spot.
Atlanta Anger Management

Limited Seating, Call To Sign Up Now To Assure Attendance.
Enrollment: 310-207-3591

Georgia Bullying Laws & Bullying Prevention Toolkit

Georgia Bullying Laws & Bullying Prevention Toolkit
A Public Service Notice By Atlanta Anger Management

Toll-Free School Safety Hotline:1-877-SAY-STOP

GaDOE Policy for Prohibiting Bullying, Harassment and Intimidation

Many school districts are seeking tools to use in the development of bullying prevention strategies and activities. The purpose of this Bullying Toolkit is to provide information to aid efforts to prevent bullying.

The web links on this page are to websites that provide information and resources on bullying prevention. The PowerPoint, “The Harsh Reality of Bullying”, may be used as an introduction on the impact of bullying and why it is important for schools to develop and sustain bullying prevention strategies.

The Georgia Bullying Law

O.C.G.A. 20-2-751.4

(a) As used in this Code section, the term “bullying” means an act which occurs on school property, on school vehicles, at designated school bus stops, or at school related functions or activities, or by use of data or software that is accessed through a computer, computer system, computer network, or other electronic technology of a local school system, that is:

(1) Any willful attempt or threat to inflict injury on another person, when accompanied by an apparent present ability to do so;

(2) Any intentional display of force such as would give the victim reason to fear or expect immediate bodily harm; or

(3) Any intentional written, verbal, or physical act, which a reasonable person would perceive as being intended to threaten, harass, or intimidate, that:

(A) Causes another person substantial physical harm within the meaning of Code Section 16-5-23.1 or visible bodily harm as such term is defined in Code Section 16-5-23.1;

(B) Has the effect of substantially interfering with a student’s education;

(C) Is so severe, persistent, or pervasive that it creates an intimidating or threatening educational environment; or

(D) Has the effect of substantially disrupting the orderly operation of the school.

(b) No later than August 1, 2011:
(1) Each local board of education shall adopt a policy that prohibits bullying of a student by another student and shall require such prohibition to be included in the student code of conduct for schools in that school system;

(2) Each local board policy shall require that, upon a finding by the disciplinary hearing officer, panel, or tribunal of school officials provided for in this subpart that a student in grades six through 12 has committed the offense of bullying for the third time in a school year, such student shall be assigned to an alternative school;

(3) Each local board of education shall establish and publish in its local board policy a method to notify the parent, guardian, or other person who has control or charge of a student upon a finding by a school administrator that such student has committed an offense of bullying or is a victim of bullying; and

(4) Each local board of education shall ensure that students and parents of students are notified of the prohibition against bullying, and the penalties for violating the prohibition, by posting such information at each school and by including such information in student and parent handbooks.

(c) No later than January 1, 2011,
The Department of Education shall develop a model policy regarding bullying, that may be revised from time to time, and shall post such policy on its website in order to assist local school systems.
Such model policy shall include:
(1) A statement prohibiting bullying;

(2) A requirement that any teacher or other school employee who has reliable information that would lead a reasonable person to suspect that someone is a target of bullying shall immediately report it to the school principal;

(3) A requirement that each school have a procedure for the school administration to promptly investigate in a timely manner and determine whether bullying has occurred;

(4) An age-appropriate range of consequences for bullying which shall include, at minimum and without limitation, disciplinary action or counseling as appropriate under the circumstances;

(5) A procedure for a teacher or other school employee, student, parent, guardian, or other person who has control or charge of a student, either anonymously or in such person’s name, at such person’s option, to report or otherwise provide information on bullying activity;

(6) A statement prohibiting retaliation following a report of bullying; and

(7) Provisions consistent with the requirements of subsection (b) of this Code section.

(d) The Department of Education shall develop and post on its website a list of entities and their contact information which produce antibullying training programs and materials deemed appropriate by the department for use in local school systems.

(e) Any person who reports an incident of bullying in good faith shall be immune from civil liability for any damages caused by such reporting.

(f) Nothing in this Code section or in the model policy promulgated by the Department of Education shall be construed to require a local board of education to provide transportation to a student transferred to another school as a result of a bullying incident.

(g) Any school system which is not in compliance with the requirements of subsection (b) of this Code section shall be ineligible to receive state funding pursuant to Code Sections 20-2-161 and 20-2-260.


SAMHSA’s National Registry of Evidence-based Programs and Practices

Atlanta Anger Management Organizational Seminars

Bullying Prevention Resources

GaDOE Bullying Prevention Toolkit

GaDOE School Safety Hotline

U.S. Department of Education Bullying Prevention Resources

Stop Bullying Now!

SAMHSA Bullying Prevention Resources

National Association of School Psychologists (NASP) Bullying Prevention Resources

National Youth Violence Prevention Resource Center

Eyes on Bullying

National Crime Prevention Council Bullying Prevention Resources

Stop Cyberbullying

Cyberbullying Prevention Package

Anti-Defamation League (ADL) Bullying Prevention Toolkit

Click to access Anti-Bullying%20Law%20Toolkit_2009.pdf

Tips to Prevent Sexting

Click to access Sexting_Prevention.pdf

CDC Youth Violence Prevention

NetSafe Cybersafety Professional Learning Modules

Cyberbullying – Real Life Stories

NetSmartz Workshop Activities

Dealing with Bullies: For Kids

Dealing with Bullies: For Teens

Additional Bullying Resources:

For Primary Students:
(Primary school curriculum subject resources; primary school interactive fun and games; and information for primary school parents and teachers)


Director Richard Taylor BS, CAMF
Certified Anger Management Facilitator

5555 Glenridge Connector
Suite 200
Atlanta, GA 30342
Phone: 678-576-1913