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Monday, March 30, 2009

Anger Management Facilitators Earn $14,000 Per Month Part-Time

In spite of the recession, Anderson & Anderson® Certified Anger Management Facilitators are providing a useful service while earning respectable income. Contrary to popular opinion, the majority of anger management clients are not referred by probation, parole officers, the courts or the criminal justice system, but rather from spouses, Human Resource Managers and Risk Management Departments.

Anger, as a secondary emotion, is a response to stress, depression, anxiety, fear or worry. It is clear that the current global recession has produced some or all of these feelings in millions of Americans nationwide.

The Anderson & Anderson® model of anger management is provided in a group format, following a one-hour assessment. Here is a sample of fees from an anger management practice, which offers services on Tuesday’s from 6-8 p.m., Thursdays 6-8 p.m. and Saturdays from 9-5 p.m.

Intakes and assessments are administered prior to the first session attended (each class has ten participants):

·Cost of each assessment: $90 x 10= $900
·Client workbook per client: $35.00 X 10= $350
·Sessions per hour: $35.00 X 10= $350
·Groups on Tuesdays and Thursdays: $350 x 4 hours= $1400
·Saturday class meets for 8 hours: $350 x 8 hours= $2800

There is no guarantee that any provider will earn this amount. It is simply an average of what is earned by our providers in California who practice in middle-income communities and market their services on the Internet. Anger Management is a lucrative source of income for well-trained certified providers.

George Anderson, MSW, BCD, CAMF, CEAP
Diplomat, American Association of Anger Management Providers
Anderson & Anderson®, The Trusted Name in Anger Management


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