Anger Management

Anger is a natural human emotion, but when it is not managed properly, it can lead to negative consequences such as damaged relationships, poor decision-making, and even physical harm to oneself or others. That is why our Anger Management program is designed to help adults and minors learn healthy ways to manage their anger and communicate effectively.

Shay’s Heart Foundation program is offered in both English and Spanish to accommodate diverse communities. It provides a safe and non-judgmental environment for participants to learn and practice new skills. Our experienced and trained facilitators use evidence-based techniques to help participants identify their triggers, learn how to control their anger and express their emotions in a healthy and productive way.

Program Highlights

  1. Individualized assessments to identify personal needs and strengths
  2. Evidence-based techniques such as cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT) and mindfulness-based stress reduction (MBSR)
  3. Small group sessions to foster peer support and accountability
  4. Access to community resources and support networks
  5. Ongoing progress monitoring and support


1. Who is eligible for the program?

Our Anger Management program is open to adults and youth who struggle with managing their anger and want to learn new skills to improve their relationships and quality of life.

2. Is the program confidential?

Yes, all information shared during the program is confidential, except in cases where there is a legal obligation to report abuse or harm to oneself or others.

3. Does insurance cover the program?

Some insurance plans may cover the program, but we recommend checking with your provider to confirm coverage. We also offer sliding scale fees and financial assistance for those who qualify.