Court Ordered Anger Management

Always remember that Anger is only one letter away from danger: Court Ordered Anger Management classes begin on the first Saturday of each month from 10:30am to 12:30pm at the Humble House in Temple Texas located at 611 south 7th street. Court Ordered Anger Management one on one training will be scheduled on a case by case basis by appointment. The duration of the course is 4 weeks.

The CFMI Anger Management program offers a practical approach to providing a positive way of developing a healthy personality. The Conover Assessment is the core assessments in this program. The Assessment once administered and scored,will identify which skill enhancement units a client needs to work on. It is very important to manage stress in order to control anger. Stress is usually the trigger for anger. Empathy, the ability to put oneself in someone else’s shoes, is a key component in controlling anger .Assertion is a powerful emotional skill that helps people to communicate more effectively, honestly, and appropriately. It is the opposite of aggression (anger) or deference (fear).Change orientation includes the degree to which people are motivated and ready for change.

The results of this assessment are a reliable predictor of the potential for success through training. All court ordered clients are required to complete the Conover Assessment with an Instructor prior to the first day of class. The Assessment can be completed via face-to-face interview or by telephone. All clients will receive a copy of their Conover Assessment on the first day of class. (See Understanding the Conover Assessment in the navigation area on the right )

The Court Ordered Anger Management Training consists of 8 hours of face-to-face group training. All clients are required to bring a notebook, pen or pencil every class. Certificate of completion will be awarded onthe last day of class. , they are also required to bring a pencil or pen. On the last day of class, Certificates of Completion will be awarded to each client to provide to the Court or to their Probation Officer.

Clients that are unable to attend all classes will be given the opportunity to complete their training by attending the following months Anger Management Class that they missed.


Pre-Registration is required and must be completed before the client attends the first class as space is limited, there is a Pre-Registration fee which is Non-Refundable!. Form of payment must be a money order.

The course consist of eight hours of Anger & Stress Management, The conover assessment, Reports and updates to probation departments, Reports and updates to the courts when requested, training and certificate of completion.

All fees are required to be paid in full prior to the beginning of the second class.

Hardship cases are calculated on a sliding scale on a case by case basis.

Advanced one on one court ordered Anger Management training is provided by appointment only and charged Separately.

CFMI Anger Management has been approved by the Bell and Lampasas county departments of probation to provide court ordered anger management Training . CFMI Anger Management is also an official continuing education provider for the following. The Texas State Board of Social Work Examiners, The Texas State Board of Examiners of Professional Counselors and the Texas State Board of Examiners of Marriage and Family Therapists. Your completed course work may be used for continuing education credit.

All instructor are Certified Anger & Stress Management Skills Training Facilitators, Court officials or probation officer can verify the credentials of any of our Anger Management Instructors by contacting our main office at (254) 774-9363. Since Anger and Stress are not Psychological disorders, services cannot be billed to clients health insurance. All Content ©Copyright ®CFMI Anger Management. All Rights Reserved Worldwide.

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