ROAD RAGE IN ATLANTA

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ROAD RAGE HELP  – ATLANTA ANGER MANAGEMENT

Call Richard Taylor at 678.576.1913 and get some professional help in a Private Individual Session before you ” blow” and make the news and ruin your life and the life of another.

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Updated: 6:23 a.m. Wednesday, April 16, 2014 | Posted: 5:55 p.m. Tuesday, April 15, 2014
Dad Dies After Road Rage Shooting Near Cheshire Bridge in Atlanta, GA

ATLANTA, Ga. — Police believe it was road rage that caused a driver to shoot into another car near Cheshire Bridge Road in northeast Atlanta.
Demetrius Wright, Gwinnett father of a 10-year-old girl, died three weeks after the shooting. Police believe he was trying to get onto I-85 near Cheshire Bridge when a grey Pontiac Grand Prix, carrying three men, pulled up and opened fire.
Wright’s family gave their first interview since the March 16 shooting.
“It is the worst feeling ever to know that someone you love was on their way home from doing something they love and then they were shot,” Wright’s fiancée Alexis Laney told Channel 2’s Ryan Young on Tuesday.
Laney is supposed to be preparing for one of the happiest days of her life. She was close to marrying, Wright, her boyfriend of 10 years. Instead, she’s planning his funeral this weekend.
“I never would have imagined having to watch my fiancé be buried on Saturday,” Laney said. “I thought he would live forever. I thought we were going to grow old.”
Loved ones are pleading for witnesses to come forward to help police make an arrest in this case.
Anyone with information is asked to call Crime Stoppers at 404-577-8477.

GAINESVILLE GA ROAD ROAD DEATH

Two Young Women Killed In Separate Road Rage Incidents In GA

Posted: Oct 14, 2013 3:21 PM EDTUpdated: Oct 14, 2013 5:15 PM EDT

By WBTW News Staff

Two young women died in two different road rage incidents in Georgia on Friday – one in a shooting and another in a head-on crash, authorities say.

Cobb County officers say road rage is the reason behind a fatal shooting near Kennesaw, Georgia that killed a female college student.

Meanwhile, another the second road-rage case occurred near Gainesville Friday morning in which a 22-year-old woman was killed in a crash.

College student Kim Kilgore, age 21, is dead after authorities say she was shot inside the gates of her apartment complex early Friday morning.

The suspect, 22-year-old Lindsey Sparkles Lashayla, has been arrested and charged with murder in the shooting.

Police say a case of road rage incident between people in two vehicles led to a fight at the apartment complex where Kilgore was shot.

Friends say Kilgore who was a student at Kennesaw State University died after being taken off life support.

The incident involved two carloads of females and an altercation started near the gate to the apartment complex, said Sgt. Dana Pierce, a Cobb police spokesman.

“There was a whole lot going on out there,” he told the Atlanta Journal. “You have two carloads or groups of people who are at one another.”

Kilgore was studying communications at Kennesaw State University, where she was a former member of the Gamma Phi Beta sorority.

The sorority issued a statement on Twitter Friday about the Paulding County High School graduate: “Our prayers go out to our dear friend Kim Kilgore!” The university also issued a statement, expressing condolences and announcing that it was preparing to offer grief counseling for those who knew Kilgore.

Police do not have information indicating the suspect and the victim previously knew each other, Pierce said.

In the second incident, an out-of-control pickup truck driver repeatedly rammed a couple from behind on a highway in Gainesville. The couple then called 9-1-1:

Caller: We have got a red pickup truck following us
Caller: He just hit us! He just hit us!
Driver: He’s about to hit somebody head-on.
Caller: He just hit somebody head-on. No! No! No!
Dispatcher: Ma’am, ma’am. Calm down.
Driver: He just hit somebody head-on going about 70 miles an hour.

Investigators say that’s when 48-year-old Michael Williams, the driver behind the wheel in the pickup, hit 22-year-old Chelsea Gerrish head on killing jimself and Gerrish.

The couple heard on the 911 calls has not been identified.

Funeral services for Kilgore be held on Wednesday, October 16, 2013 at 2:00 PM, from West Ridge Church in Dallas, GA, with Pastor Gene Evans and Pastor Mark Evans officiating.

Interment will follow in Peaceful Meadows Memorial Park. The Kilgore family will receive friends at Clark Funeral Home, on Tuesday, October 15, 2013 between the hours of 4:00 and 8:00 p.m.

Clark Funeral Home in Hiram, GA, is in charge of arrangements.

Photos & Source: http://www.wbtw.com/story/23686992/2-young-women-killed-in-separate-road-rage-incidents-in-ga

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ROAD RAGE HELP  – ATLANTA ANGER MANAGEMENT

Call Richard Taylor at 678.576.1913 and get some professional help in a Private Individual Session before you ” blow” and make the news and ruin your life.

Who Would Benefit: 

–> While driving you get angry at the least thing.
–> You experience anger or rage frequently
–> You experience anger or rage with too much intensity
–> You experience rage often (irrational over reaction to an activating event)
–> Your driving becomes reckless
–> You want to drive fellow ‘idiot’ drivers off the road
–> You want to slam your auto into another vehicle
-> You speed up then slam on your brakes so car will ram you

–> You honk the horn everyday, multiple times. This is not Manhattan.

–> When you rage you lose time and don’t remember what happened
–> When you get ‘very angry, rant ‘ [RAGE] you alienate everyone around you
–> When you get ‘angry’ you want to destroy
–> You can’t help but break objects, kick doors, punch holes in the wall
–> You stuff feelings fairly well but need rage to let off steam
–> You don’t have many emotions ‘Mr Spock’
–> I like myself but not many others don’t
–> People seem to avoid me, or walk on “eggshells” around me
–> Stress is my middle name
–> People tell me I need Anger Management
–> I know it’s the other driver, not me that is stupid
–> I text and drive
–> I talk on the phone 90% of the time while driving
–> My car is a wreck and I’m bound to have an accident

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Lesbian Charged With Killing Kennesaw Student During Road Rage Incident

Sparkle Lindsey and Kim Kilgore

A 22-year-old Cobb County woman was charged with the shooting death of a Kennesaw student during a road rage incident that is slowly attracting national attention.

Kimberly Kilgore, 21, and Sparkles LaShayla Lindsey’s lives couldn’t be more different. The popular Kennesaw State University student loved country and western music, and she took pride in her vast collection of cowboy boots.

Lindsey emulated the thug life that was glorified by the rappers she idolized. According to published reports, Lindsey, of Austell, had a criminal record that most rappers would envy.

The two women’s lives intersected on a darkened stretch of Shiloh Road in Cobb County, GA, early Friday morning. A road rage incident involving 2 carloads of women ended with shots fired just inside the gates of Shiloh Green Apartments around 2 a.m.

Witnesses say the two drivers — Lindsey and Kilgore — got into a physical altercation in the parking lot of the apartment complex. At some point, Lindsey pulled a gun out of her waistband and fired a single shot, striking Kilgore in the head.

Kilgore was transported to WellStar Kennestone Hospital, where she was pronounced dead. Lindsey and her friends fled the scene before police arrived.

Detectives secured an arrest warrant for Lindsey later that day and she was taken into custody without incident. Lindsey was charged with aggravated assault and murder.

Kilgore’s friends struggle to understand the senseless violence committed by a young woman who had at least 2 prior arrests for assault and battery.

Kilgore was scheduled to work Friday night at Johnny’s BBQ in Powder Springs. One of her co-workers was a passenger in Kilgore’s SUV that night.

“She works every Friday night and here it is Friday night and we’re walking around … just can’t even describe the feeling,” Manager Alisa Pannell told Channel 2 reporter Ashley Swann.

Cobb County residents vented their frustrations on social media and message boards. Most of the angry chatter centered around Kilgore and Lindsey’s skin color and the perceived media bias that suppresses race when a black kills a white.

Lindsey’s friends defended her on social media networks. “My old co-worker, Sparkles Lindsey, killed a girl over a road rage incident. While she was wrong, people need to watch how they drive,” tweeted Natasha Hall.

Lindsey is being held without bond in the Cobb County jail.

Source: More from Sandrarose.com: http://sandrarose.com/2013/10/lesbian-charged-with-killing-kennesaw-student-during-road-rage-incident/

Atlanta News, Weather, Traffic, and Sports | FOX 5

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Georgia Boy, 4, Shot in Road Rage Incident

PHOTO A frustrated man driving down an Atlanta, Georgia road shot into a minivan, injuring a four-year-old toddler strapped into his car seat.

 

 Atlanta police are hunting the impatient driver who became enraged when a mini van didn’t move quickly enough when a light turned green and then fired a gun at the mini van, injuring a 4-year-old toddler strapped into his car seat.

The mother of Korda, the boy who was hurt, said that the driver behind her turned angry when she didn’t accelerate at a green light fast enough on Tuesday.

“Once he blew his horn, I blew my horn back like, ok I hear you,” Tammitha Williams said.

When Williams made a turn, the angry driver followed her.

“The next thing I know, he’s behind me, he’s weaving back and forth in traffic like coming beside my car and I’m like, what’s wrong with this man? He jumped back behind me and that’s when I heard the gunshot,” Williams said.

The bullet penetrated the back door and then went through the backseat of the van. It was strong enough to go through Korda’s car seat.

“I was panicking, I was praying because I didn’t know where he got hit or anything, so I’m just praying, asking God to make sure he’s OK,” Williams said.

Williams said that Korda remained surprisingly calm.

“He didn’t cry at all, he was a big boy…I cried like a baby myself,” she said.

Korda was shot in his buttocks.

“I got a big hole in my van, not only in my van. I got it in my heart because they really hurt my baby,” Williams said. “I don’t know this person, but he hurt me…it could have been a whole different outcome, he could have been dead and gone, I could have been burying a 4-year-old.”

Dekalb County Police Chief Bill O’Brien said it was only a matter of inches that saved Korda’s life.

“We are very lucky because we could just as easy be working a homicide case today,” O’Brien said. “He’s [Korda’s] extremely lucky, a matter of inches in any direction, it could have hit him in the spine. Iif the shot had been fired a little higher, it could have even hit him in the back of the head.”

Police have recovered ballistic evidence and believe the shooter was a man driving with a woman in a white SUV.

Korda will return to the hospital next week for a procedure, but doctors say the bullet hit soft tissue and luckily, he will fully recover.

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Road Rage Turns Violent, Toddler Shot in Car Seat

This isn’t the first time road rage has taken a violent turn.

YouTube videos show countless video of drivers coming unglued, viciously punching each other, spitting and throwing everything from coffee to crutches.

In 2008, Thomas Timko was shot in front of his 8-year-old daughter by a driver who said he’d cut him off at a Philadelphia toll plaza.

A former Marine, Christian Squillaciotti, pleaded guilty to the shooting in 2010 and was sentenced to 13 to 26 years in prison.

http://abcnews.go.com/US/atlanta-georgia-boy-shot-road-rage-incident/story?id=13316647

ROAD RAGE IS…

Road Rage is often called intermittent explosive disorder, a term used to refer to violent incidents resulting from stress caused by accidents or incidents on roadways. It is often a natural extension of aggressive driving.

Road Rage frustration and aggression are often triggered by traffic conditions, being in a hurry, stress related to other pressures. Road Rage is a feeling of retaliating of awlfulizing the other driver. The other driver deserves retribution. We make a free choice in what we do. We choose how we are going to respond. 

Road Rage:

  • Occurs when a driver reacts angrily to other drivers
  • You cut off another driver
  • Tailgating
  • Gesturing or waving fist.
  • Flip off someone
  • Aggressive driving
  • Excessive speeds
  • Scream at another
  • Chase another car
  • Honk continuously at another car
  • Make threatening gestures
  • Try to injure or kill another driver
  • Name what you do: _______________

Road Rage is an symptom of an underlying issue with a driver. Impulse Control is a major issue. They are unable to remain in control of themselves or their emotions. Often stress is very high in your life. Perhaps your personal or business life is not going very well. Your anger spreads beyond driving creeping into other aspects of your life.

See: What is Anger.

See: Do I Need Anger Management?

See: Rage Management

See: Road Rage Management

Road Rage: Choose to Calm Down and disengage from your stress. See above blog article.

For drivers who do not experience Road Rage knowing what might trigger a person is equally important. Do not flip someone your middle finger. They may have a pistol in hand waiting for an excuse. Some people may just not like your look. Your race. Your hair color.

Atlanta has now become an aggressive driving city with too many cars and not enough roads. Vote for more MARTA, High Speed Trains, Other Public Transportation ideas when they come up in Voting. Use MARTA when you can.

WHEN DRIVING:

  • Be calm
  • Listen to soothing music
  • Slow down
  • Become a better driver
  • If you have anxiety while driving take a driver education course in defensive driving
  • Take more time to get to your destination and expect delays
  • Be courteous while driving
  • Make appointments in non traffic times
  • Stop multi-tasking while driving
  • Stop talking on phone while driving
  • Stop looking at your phone while driving
  • Allow a car beside you to get ahead of you when lane narrows
  • When a driver cuts in front of you abruptly, let it go and expect that again
  • Drive with 360 degree awareness paying attention to all sides, front, back, left, right (Zen Driving)
  • Anticipate traffic incidents with attentive awareness “reading” the traffic ahead of you
  • Arrive safely to live another day

Remain Calm and Carry On.

CONTACT:

Richard Taylor BS, CAMF

Director Richard Taylor BS, CAMF
Certified Anger Management Facilitator
Diplomate American Association Anger Management Providers

Atlanta Anger Management
5555 Glenridge Connector
Suite 200 (2nd Floor)
Atlanta, Georgia 30342 USA

Office Phone: 678-576-1913
Fax: 1-866-551-1253
Web: www.atlantaangermanagement.com
E-mail: richardtaylor5555@gmail.com

Linked in:http://www.linkedin.com/in/richardtayloraam

#1 Oldest Certified Anderson and Anderson™ Anger Management Provider
The Best Of The Best In Anger Management & Emotional Intelligence 

ANGER MANAGEMENT CLASSES IN ATLANTA

Anger Management Classes In Atlanta

ATLANTA ANGER MANAGEMENT CLASSES IN ATLANTA

Court Ordered Anger Management Classes In Atlanta
Volunteer (Not Court Ordered) Anger Management Classes In Atlanta
Pre-Trail Diversion Programs
Divorce Cases With Pending Court Appearance.
Custody Battles

ATLANTA ANGER MANAGEMENT CLASSES IN ATLANTA

MONDAY NOON CLASS
TUESDAY NIGHT CLASS
WEDNESDAY NIGHT CLASS
THURSDAY NIGHT CLASS
SATURDAY ONE DAY CLASS
Accelerated One Day Course – Monday to Friday For Individuals Need ASAP

ANGER MANAGEMENT CLASSES IN ATLANTA

Call 678-576-1913 for more information and register for class.

Court Approved in all 50 States, including metro Atlanta and all of Georgia.

Atlanta Anger Management is Atlanta’s Oldest Anderson and Anderson™
Certified Anger Management Provider.

Our Classes are for those who besides fulfilling their court requirements decide they might as well learn something also. If you don’t care about learning new life skills we suggest you go elsewhere. You get what you pay for.

Participants find out quickly that what we teach really works. It helps them become more aware of their emotions, communication style, anger and stress issues and empathy they have or lack. With increased awareness learned skills and actually using them (it is easy) things begin to improve rapidly.

We help you never get arrested again or be Court Mandated/HR Mandated again.

Anderson and Anderson™ Anger Management Curriculum:

ANGER: Understanding Anger, Anger Awareness, and Coping Tools taught are the hallmark of Anger Management

STRESS: It is very important to manage stress in order to control anger. Stress is a leading cause of anger. Coping Skills taught.

IMPROVED COMMUNICATION: Assertion is a powerful communication skill that helps people to verbalize more effectively, honestly, and appropriately. Assertion Training taught. You will also learn to Active Listen another core skill.

EMOTIONAL INTELLIGENCE: Empathy, the ability to put oneself in someone else’s shoes, is also a key component in controlling anger. Empathy skills are taught.
Also learn to become self aware, then control your emotions, increase social awareness and finally relationship management.

This is what sets Atlanta Anger Management apart from other Anger Providers.

The Court Ordered Anger Management Training consists of training in group class setting.

Certificate of Completion And Letter Of Completion will be awarded on the last day of class to those completing ALL classes and payment in full. The participant can then give the Certificate of Completion to the Court or Probation Officer/HR Department.

Volunteer participants often like a Certificate of Completion only.

CALL 678-576-1913 FOR INFORMATION

COURT ORDERED PARTICIPANTS
HR DEPARTMENT ORDERED
EMPLOYER ORDERED
PENDING APPEARANCE BEFORE COURT OR PRETRIAL

COSTS – ALL ANGER MANAGEMENT COURT ORDERED CLASSES:

ANGER MANAGEMENT
MONDAY NOON CLASS

Come join a Monday at 12:00 Noon Class.

No Drop Ins. By Approval. Call 678-576-1913 To Enroll.
No Enrollment Fees.
Letter of Enrollment issued at end of your first class.

MONDAY NOON 12:00PM – 1:00PM (1 Hour) $25/Class

Pay $25.00 as you attend.

Take the number of classes you need to fulfill your referral requirements or call to discuss.

Arrive on our 2nd Floor Suite 200 by 11:55AM
Class starts on time at Noon and ends promptly at 1:00PM.
Richard will meet you by 2nd floor elevators.
Building 5555
[Sign: Glenridge Highlands One]

Call 678-576-1913 for information and sign up.

Judges, Solicitor General’s, Probation Officers, PreTrial Officers in different counties all have different anger management requirements to fulfill their needs for you. It is your responsibility to check with them and ask questions to what they will accept to fulfill your court requirements.

  • All Payments Non Refundable.
  • Please call your contact and ask what they will accept/require.


ANGER MANAGEMENT

TUESDAY EVENING CLASSES

Come join a Tuesday Class.

No Drop Ins. By Approval. Call 678-576-1913 To Enroll.
No Enrollment Fees.

TUESDAY EVENINGS 6:30PM – 7:30PM (1 Hour) Prime Time: $30/Class
Pay $30.00 as you attend. Take the number of classes you need.

8 Classes (8 Hours) Gives you all the knowledge / tools to control your anger in most cases. Ragers should do private individual Sessions.

Arrive to front of building by 6:20PM
Richard will meet you at the front door of Building 5555.

TUESDAY EVENINGS 8:00PM – 9:00PM (1 Hour) $25/Class
Pay $25 As You Attend. Take the number of classes you need.
Less Traffic, Cost Less.

8 Classes (8 Hours) Gives you all the knowledge / tools to control your anger in most cases. Ragers should do private individual Sessions.

Arrive to front of building by 7:50PM
Richard will meet you at the front door of Building 5555.

Call 678-576-1913 for information and sign up.

Judges, Solicitor General’s, Probation Officers, PreTrial Officers in different counties all have different anger management requirements to fulfill their needs for you. It is your responsibility to check with them and ask questions to what they will accept to fulfill your court requirements.

All Payments Non Refundable.
Please call your contact and ask what they will accept/require.

ANGER MANAGEMENT
WEDNESDAY EVENING CLASSES

Come join our most popular classes on Wednesday.

No Drop Ins. By Approval. Call 678-576-1913 To Enroll.
No Enrollment Fees.

WEDNESDAY EVENINGS 8:00PM – 9:00PM (1 Hour) $25/Class

Pay $25 As You Attend. Take the number of classes you need.
Less Traffic, Cost Less.

8 Classes (8 Hours) Gives you all the knowledge / tools to control your anger in most cases. Ragers should do private individual Sessions.

Arrive to front of building by 7:50PM
Richard will meet you at the front door of Building 5555.

Call 678-576-1913 for information and sign up.

Judges, Solicitor General’s, Probation Officers, Pre-Trial Officers in different counties all have different anger management requirements to fulfill their needs for you. It is your responsibility to check with them and ask questions to what they will accept to fulfill your court requirements.

All Payments Non Refundable.
Please call your contact and ask what they will accept/require.

ANGER MANAGEMENT
THURSDAY EVENING CLASS

Come join our 2 Hour Class on Thursday.

No Drop Ins. By Approval. Call 678-576-1913 To Enroll.
No Enrollment Fees.

THURSDAY EVENINGS 6:30PM – 8:30PM (2 Hour) $60/Class
Pay $60.00 as you attend. Cut your number of visits in half.

3 Classes ( 6 Hours)
4 Classes ( 8 Hours)
5 Classes (10 Hours)
6 Classes (12 Hours)
7 Classes (14 Hours)
8 Classes (16 Hours)

Gives you all the knowledge / tools to control your anger in most cases. Ragers should do private individual Sessions.

Arrive to front of building by 6:25PM
Richard will meet you at the front door of Building 5555.

Judges, Solicitor General’s, Probation Officers, PreTrial Officers in different counties all have different anger management requirements to fulfill their needs for you. It is your responsibility to check with them and ask questions to what they will accept to fulfill your court requirements.

All Payments Non Refundable.
Please call your contact and ask what they will accept/require.

SATURDAY ONE DAY 8 HOUR ANGER MANAGEMENT CLASS:
SATURDAYS  $25/Hr x 8 Hours = $200.00 | $25/Hr x 6 Hours = $150.00

Call 678-576-1913 for information and sign up.

NOTE: Our Standard Offering is 8 Hours Of Classes to cover most of the information needed to control your anger. We offer any number of hours of classes needed or wanted. Some individuals need 6 hours, 12 hours, 16 hours and even 24 hours of class time. Inquire to set up.

Judges, Solicitor General’s, Probation Officers, Pre-Trial Officers in different counties all have different anger management requirements to fulfill their needs for you. It is your responsibility to check with them and ask questions to what they will accept to fulfill your court requirements.

All Payments Non Refundable.
Please call your contact and ask what they will accept/require.

WHAT YOUR RECEIVE:

A.) All documents to relieve you of your case requirements.

B.) Certificate Of Completion Offered For All Who Complete Classes, hand signed by our Certified Facilitator and Corporate Seal.

C.) Letter Of Completion Addressed To Your Referring Party With All Your Case Particulars, Completion of # of Hours Required, Explains Our Methodology, and who we are.

D.) Work Book of Class Topics

E.) You receive a model of Anger Management with tools/methods that actually work. When used they will improve your interpersonal relationships in your personal, business and public life. You will be able to reduce your reaction to anger triggering events to more appropriate responses that enhance your life.

F.) Complimentary Designer Coffee, Hot Tea, Filtered Water
OK To Bring Your Own or Snacks

G.) Free Safe Parking, Building has 24/7 Security

WHO SHOULD ATTEND:

–> Court Ordered Clients Needing Anger Management Classes
–> Volunteer Clients
–> Angry People
–> Anger is appearing too often, too intense
–> Anger is affecting your relationships
–> Anger has become physical
–> Anger is becoming verbally abusive
–> Anger is appearing in your work life or while out in public
–> Couples with relationship issues and Anger is often felt
–> Road Ragers
–> Anger affecting your golf game
–> If you are stuck, don’t feel much
–> Sick of stuffing feelings
–> You are a passive Person
–> You say: “I never get angry.”
–> You are in a Toxic Relationship that is almost over
–> You are single but know anger affects your relationships
–> Bad Moods predominate each day
–> Your partner, friends or family tell you, “You need Anger Management.”

‘Sometimes… I just wanna scream!’

Testimonials

I really liked the fact that Richard is very active and knows his material. He has good strategies and techniques to display the information. I honestly feel the program is a success in the way the classes are run. He connects the dots and is consistent. – Tyler

I have attended three anger management classes and yours was the best!
I actually learned something. I hope to not do this again! – Matevius

I found you after attending a closer anger management class nearby. They lied to me about co pays, then made me take an assessment and tried to say I needed 15 hours of classes. What a scam. I am impressed you have ethics and say what it is. I am happy to drive farther to get a legitimate Anger Management class the courts will accept and be treated fairly and with respect. – Bobby

Thank you! It went well! My Probation officer got your email.
He received the Anger Certificate Of Completion from me. You did a great job.
I hope not to do business with you again, at least not for this!!!
Best wishes and thank you! – Alex

You are the best teacher ever. I mean it.
You took the time to give real life examples so I was easily able to understand the principle that made it easy for me to remember. And you always finished “Any questions?”
I liked that. Thanks.

I am writing a brief testimonial about Atlanta Anger Management’s anger management class. I attended the Saturday class, and it was a very beneficial class for me. I have always struggled with anger, but I was always able to control it. I finally let my anger get the best of me, and I got in trouble at work. I was very lucky that I did not get fired. After attending Sat. class, I was able to identify several tools to help me with my anger.

First, I was able to identify my triggers of my anger. I was also taught several tools to help control my anger. I have turned to regular exercise, taking controlled deep breaths, and excusing myself from a bad situation.

Everyone will deal with anger issues in different ways. I learned what would work best for me. I highly recommend his Saturday course. He has helped me to control my anger on a daily basis. His class will give you new insights to yourself and your anger issues.

It was great to be able to receive all the anger management information in one day due to my busy schedule, savings on gas and time. I find I do better with consolidated information learning situations rather than spread over eight weeks. Easier to retain/remember the information!

Sincerely, Steve

Richard was very friendly, down to earth and personable.

Even though I resented attending the classes because I was the victim, you made the class material interesting and I actually learned something. I now know to control myself better. My relationships are improving and I catch my negative thought now and don’t hold on for days. My mood is better most of the time. Thanks for helping me.

I liked the class.

You know your stuff. I enjoyed it. Bye.

What I like about the anger management class is that provided me with many tools to pick from that I need to change myself and things I can do to make my relationship better.

Very useful. Everything was good.

Gave us more resources for continued study.

Nothing sucked. I was surprised I enjoyed the class.

I like watching the DVD videos as I learn better from seeing/hearing.
having the workbook to follow along also was a real plus. Good job.

Coming to a corporate building with a security guard made me feel safe. You have a top notch company. I liked having access to free on demand coffee and water when I came to class. Also meeting at a conference table made it feel not so ANGER MANAGEMENT! Thanks for offering a course that exposed me to a new world of emotion control.

I did not think I had any problems with anger. But going through the class material I realized that this is all good stuff and opened my eyes to how people actually work. I now know how to respond to angry people around me. I don’t get sucked in so easy. I am still trying to master to be calm in the storm. So as you said…”anger management is keeping open to awareness.” I liked that. Thanks for your class. I liked it in the end.

I agreed with your statement “You can only change yourself, not your partner.” Made me own my part in our relationship problems. The class gave me the information to do something about me, and therefore improve my relationship and my life. Thanks.

I attended a few classes somewhere else but was fed up with their controlling nature, changing ‘the rules’ and basically jerked me around. Thanks for offering a great program that I need to get off probation. It has been a nighmare! I thank your straight forwardness, not beating around the bush. Sometimes it might seem harsh but you made me realize I do have control of myself and my own choices. This class was worth it. Time and money. I liked your honesty and integrity too.

I thought the class was great. I liked the pacing between workbook and videos. Nice TV!

I promised I would email feedback on the classes. It was a pain to attend 8 weeks of classes but doing so made the material stick. While I don’t think I have anger issues, the information and class has made me more aware of how things are working in my life and I have found I am making better choices. So I guess it worked! I don’t respond aggressively to everyone else’s issues anymore, and friend’s have asked me how I manage to remain so calm now. That was a big change for me. Thanks.

Testimonials

Hi Richard: Thank you for being a caring high energy Anger Management Instructor
and for being so flexible with my schedule. It helped a lot!
I got a lot out of the course which surprised me.
Thanks for the special emphasize on what I really needed. I am really going to work this stuff!
I know my kids will appreciate the new me! – Bill

Class was better than than I hoped for. Thanks. – Mel

I actually liked the info you taught us. I now am aware of others and their anger and don’t get sucked in like I use to. I am amazed I can do this MOST of the time. – Jennifer

I liked the stress management part as I am stressed out in school.

Richard: you da anger man. – Wimbee

Richard: I thought anger management was bull until you actually taught me that being more smart with my emotions (U called it Emotional Intelligence! Fancy!)
would help me at my job better. And it has!
I got employee of the month! Funny as hell! Me! – Later MB

POLICIES: ALL FEES ARE NON-REFUNDABLE

1. Pre-Registration is required. You Need Approval to insure we have room for you and you get what you need. No fee.

2. Form of payment: VISA/MC/AMEX/PayPal, Cash. No Checks.

3. The Anger Management Training consist of:

Get your Information from your Court Ordered documents.
Decide on what Class you want to attend.
Tell us how many hours you need as defined your your referring party.
Class Training – # Of Hours As Required or 8 Hour Minimum Of Anger Management Classes.
Letters of Enrollment, Progress Reports and updates to Probation Departments, Reports and updates to the Courts when requested are provided at no charge.
Certificate of Completion.
Letter of Completion.

4. All fees are required to be paid at the beginning of each class or for entire amount. No money, no services. No exceptions.

5. Hardship cases are suggested to should seek a government agency for help. Special Discount for Military, Police Officers, Fire Fighters, Homeland Security Officials. No free classes are offered.

6. Twenty Four Hour Notice is required for non attendance (No Show) or payment is due and collected upon next attendance. This means if you miss your scheduled course date without 24 hour notice, then you pay for it. So bring double the money on the next appearance. To avoid simply call and let us know 24 hours in advance. Emergencies seem to abound, no excuses accepted, 24 Hours Notice required. This is common courtesy and a standard professional practice. No explanation is needed. Just call to inform us you cannot make appointment or your class. This a practical Anger Management!

7. Missed classes means you missed class material. To honor your probation you can make up for the missed class information. We do Not make you start from the beginning.

8. Certificate of Completion is only issued upon completion of the training and full payment received.

9. Policies can change without notice, but remain in effective for your duration of your training.

NOTE: NO INSURANCE IS ACCEPTED
Anger isn’t considered a Psychological Disorder by either the American Psychiatric Association or the American Psychological Association in the way that depression or schizophrenia are. Since anger is considered only a symptom of underlying maladies treatment cannot be billed to clients health insurance.

CONTACT

Director Richard Taylor BS, CAMF
Certified Anger Management Facilitator
Diplomate American Association Anger Management Providers

Atlanta Anger Management
5555 Glenridge Connector
Suite 200 (2nd Floor)
Atlanta, Georgia 30342 USA

Office Phone: 678-576-1913
Fax: 1-866-551-1253
Web: www.atlantaangermanagement.com
E-mail: richardtaylor5555@gmail.com

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Atlanta’s Oldest #1 Certified Anderson and Anderson™ Anger Management Provider
The Best Of The Best In Anger Management & Emotional Intelligence