- Aboriginal Outreach
- ASAP (Anger Substance Abuse Program
- Breaking the Cycle
- Community Justice
- Finding Employment with Criminal Record
- Intake, Counselling,
and Case Management
- Public Education
- Record Suspension (Pardon)
- S.T.E.A.M. (Strategies to Employment Anger Management)
- Youth Intervention Counselling Program
Professional Development Training
The John Howard Society of Toronto has launched Anger Management Toronto in response to an overwhelming need for Professional Development Training, with the primary objective of providing exceptional "train the trainer" training in the area of Anger Management to professionals in the Greater Toronto Area. Capitalizing on the Society's over 20 years of experience in the field, Anger Management Toronto offers Workshops focusing on assisting professionals to develop skills, both for client interventions and interpersonal use in the workplace. Unlike many other offerings, these Workshops are tailored to meet the specific needs of the organization, thereby assisting the organization to successfully put into operation these skills, in their unique environments.
To learn more about the Professional
Development Workshops for your organization or business,
please contact Lois Powers email@example.com 416-925-4386 ext 272
Anger Management Groups
- Groups for men offer an opportunity to learn new skills, manage feelings of anger, and appropriately communicate anger to others.
- Both mandated and voluntary participants are welcome, but those men charged with domestic assault
will be included only after having successfully completed a Domestic Violence Program.
- Specific workshops are available for clients in community settings (i.e.: shelter and treatment facilities).
To learn more about the Anger Management Groups for your organization or business, please contact Dharmvishal Barot at firstname.lastname@example.org 416-925-4386 ext 231
Anger Management - School Project
Staff provide Anger Management counseling individually and in group sessions to students at the City Adult Learning Centre. This counseling is provided to assist youth who have been criminally charged and require additional supports to succeed in the school setting. This project has been met with great enthusiasm by the school and the youth receiving this support. We were recently recognized for this initiative by being awarded CALC Ed-Vance Community Award for 2011-2012.