Anger Management in downtown Vancouver Wa.

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Designed to teach non-violence, accountability, conflict resolution, boundary setting, assertiveness instead of aggression, and a variety of other concepts related to being less controlling and abusive.

These groups are open to those who complete an assessment appointment with our counselors. Our Anger Management/ Domestic Violence groups are designed to teach non-violence, accountability, conflict resolution, boundary setting, assertiveness instead of aggression, and a variety of other concepts related to being less controlling and abusive. We believe that respect is essential to model as well as teach these concepts. Some offered group times may be full due to demand.
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