Posted by: arijnovick | December 28, 2010

2010 is a Remarkable Year for Century Anger Management

2010 Marks a Banner Year for Century Anger Management

1. The Century Anger Management certification training will now be offered online in a video format as well as an online class format starting in mid January, 2011
2. Century Anger Management will be providing the head of the Los Angeles Probation Department monitoring unit with our revised list of Certified Anger Management Professionals for 2011 on January 1st, 2011
3. The Century Anger Management curriculum “Anger Management in the Twenty First Century” has been updated and revised for 2011.
4. Reports from providers in CA and as far away as South Carolina have said that 2010 was the best year yet as a Century Anger Management certified provider.
5. The Corrections Standards Authority (California State Board of Corrections) will be renewing Century Anger Management for the 6th straight year as a Corrections provider for the state of California.
6. Several public schools have adopted the Century Anger Management curriculum for use with their students, including Turlock Unified School District in California, the Berlin School District in Wisconsin, and the Owasso Public schools in Oklahoma.
7. Principals of Century Anger Management, Dr. Ari Novick and Dr. Tony Fiore were featured in several public media outlets for 2010 including, CNN, CBS News, and the Independent

For information on Professional Anger Management Certification training contact our website or call 714-745-1393 or 949 715-2694

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