ANGER MANAGEMENT ASSESSMENTS

If you have recently been involved in some type of conflict where police were called and an arrest was made, or you were involved in a workplace conflict, chances are good that you will be referred for an anger management assessment. In the majority of cases, the assessment is simply a part of an official due diligence process before closing a legal case or human resource matter.

Regardless of the situation, we can provide you with an anger management assessment in a timely way, formatted for the court (or an employer). Our end goal is to help put the matter behind you. This may involve assisting you with helpful recommendations that are sensible, proven ways to manage anger.

Most anger management assessments can be completed within one week of your contacting us. We also provide rush services for same and next-business-day needs.

What to expect? Our 3-Step Anger Management Assessment Process

An anger management assessment is a thorough examination of an individual’s anger patterns. We complete the assessment process through these 3 steps:

  1. You complete a questionnaire designed to help your evaluator get a general idea of how you respond to everyday situations that might trigger irritation, frustration or anger.
  2. Our staff will schedule you to meet with an evaluator for a 45-60 minute interview.  This is generally done in-person if you live locally and can conveniently get to our offices. If not, we can discuss the option of doing your interview by telephone or webcam online.
  3. Your evaluator writes a professional report, which you review before releasing to the court or your employer.

If you have a specific question about getting an employer or court accepted anger management assessment, or would like to a professional reference from a local attorney, legal or human resource professional, feel free to call (614-888-9200) or email us today (info@directionscounseling.com). Otherwise, you can learn more online or start an anger management assessment by following the link below.

Start your anger management assessment with us now or learn more at our assessment website www.CourtAssessment.net

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Frequently Asked Questions:

How long does an anger management assessment take?

Our interview is 45-60 minutes and the questionnaire may take you between 10-30 minutes so only about an hour and a half in total.

Can i complete an anger management assessment online?

Yes, online anger management assessments are available as long as you have a phone or computer with a webcam, we can accommodate a virtual appointment. We can do telephone-only appointments but we prefer to have you on camera.

Additionally, our anger management assessments have been accepted in nearly all 52 states so no matter where you are located, we can help you get the assessment you need.

Is an anger management assessment only for those with serious anger issues?

No. Often assessments are required because of a situation you were involved in. Based on our questionnaire and conversation, we’ll be able to make a determination for the court or employer.

If you think you have anger issues and want to voluntarily get an assessment, we do that too as well as have regular anger management classes or one-on-one counseling appointments.

What does ORS mean in an anger management assessment?

ORS stands for Outcome Rating Scales – a scoring method developed to help clinicians determine the quality of a person’s well-being in relation to their anger.