TTRAC Anger Management Program
Transformation Through Resiliency, Awareness, and Compassion
Helping individuals, families and communities get on the right TTRAC
BDI institutes the TTRAC Program to help individuals, families, and communities get on the right path. The TTRAC Program was designed to transform individuals who struggle with managing their anger. The core of the TTRAC Program is that people are resilient, and when they are given the opportunity to gain self-awareness in a compassionate environment, they will make extraordinary life changes that will impact themselves and their families, as well as ultimately transform their communities.
What can the TTRAC program do for me?
The TTRAC Anger Management Program at BDI will teach you how to gain control and understanding of your emotions and behaviors. You will learn how to effectively communicate with your family, friends, and others around you. You will learn relationship skills (intimate, family, and day-to-day relationships), how to handle anger, stress and difficult emotions, and how to effectively communicate through proven tools designed to target anger and complex emotional situations. In the end, what you will take away is a better grasp on how to handle challenges in your life.
What does the class involve?
Classes are one hour long and meet once a week. During that time, you will be introduced to specific topics and skills designed to help you make positive changes in your life. Whereas anger may be the emotion that brings you through the door, the class also offers general conflict management skills that can be of benefit to anyone. Every topic is taught by the instructor — and then every topic is applied to your life so that you can make real changes — right away.
How do I enroll?
Enrolling is easy. You may call, email, or stop by to schedule an intake appointment that works for you. To attend an intake you will need a picture identification and paperwork from the agency referring you (unless voluntary). During your intake, you will have an opportunity to discuss your specific situation and needs.
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