Does your anger interfere with your:
- Legal Status?
If the answer to any of these is yes, the Anger Management Group can help you achieve your goals for change and self-improvement.
Our Anger Management Group is a 8-week program designed to provide help to individuals who have a history of difficulty in managing anger.
The program provides a supportive and non-judgmental environment and teaches the “ABCs” of managing three areas where people with anger problems have difficulty:
Group members are trained to recognize high arousal states and to develop relaxation skills
Group members are taught to recognize aggressive behavior and to substitute assertive forms of expression
Group members are instructed to recognize and change thoughts that elicit anger
Group members are taught to recognize situations or events that trigger anger and to utilize more effective approaches to managing anger.
Our professionals employ a variety of anger management approaches that include assessment, self-monitoring, group therapy, psycho-education, role play and relaxation techniques.
Keith Munson, MS, LAMFT is the facilitator of the Anger Management Group at Minnesota Mental Health Clinics. Keith’s professional areas of interest include men’s issues, relationship and interpersonal issues, life transitions, co-parenting/blending families, and anger management, among other things. Keith has experience utilizing Cognitive Behavior Therapy (CBT), Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT), Solution-Focused Therapy and Emotion-Focused Couples Therapy (EFT). Keith enjoys working with young adults, adults, individuals and couples in both individual and group settings.
The Anger Management group is an eight-week program that meets every Wednesday evening from 5-6:30pm. The group sessions focus on group psychotherapy, skill building, and problem solving. Group members will learn CBT skills, DBT skills, communication and conflict resolution skills as well as problem-solve current challenges in a group setting. Group size typically ranges from 5-8 members and currently meets virtually. In-person meetings, once resumed, will meet at the Eagan location.
Health insurance plans usually provide coverage for group therapy. Clients without insurance coverage may apply for a sliding fee based on income.
*Keith does NOT after anger assessments at this time.
At your request, we will contact you confidentially to discuss the program and set an appointment time.