This is an 8-week course that meets once a week for 90 minutes. Offenders are required to describe their violent and angry behavior, recognize the triggers and sources of the outbursts, and monitor daily anger levels and responses.

Participants are introduced to mechanisms designed to help them cope with their feelings and overcome this emotion. Some techniques taught include feelings identification, relaxation and positive communication skills.

Participants are also expected to finish eight homework assignments that include recognizing anger, expressing anger, anger in the family, an anger diary; "feel…" statements, now we breathe, resentments, and communication roadblocks.

This program served 408 offenders in the last year.