Anger Management Class

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Anger Management Class Overview

The online anger management class will provide information about Texas laws related to common criminal offenses. Participants will learn about anger, how to manage anger, and be provided with resources to assist in getting help. 

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Certification Included


Anger Management Class certificate of completion will be available as a download upon completion. This is a court-approved anger management class in Texas. Our courses are approved throughout the Texas court system.

Anger Management Program Features:

Satisfies up to a 4-hour educational requirement

Self-paced course

Online Anger management class must be completed in 30 days of enrollment

Certificate: Download on completion

100% Online access

Final evaluation score of at least 70% required

Who is this anger management class for?

People with Legal Issues

If someone has faced legal consequences such as legal charges, court-ordered anger management classes, or probation due to anger-related incidents, they may be required or encouraged to take an anger management class as part of their legal requirements.

People with Anger Issues

People who frequently experience anger outbursts, have difficulty controlling their anger, or struggle with anger-related problems in their personal or professional lives can benefit from an online anger management class.

Professionals under stress

People working in high-stress occupations, such as healthcare professionals, first responders, or corporate executives, may enroll in online anger management classes to better handle workplace pressures, reduce conflict, and improve relationships with colleagues or clients.

Couples or Partners

Couples or individuals in intimate relationships who struggle with anger-related conflicts, frequent arguments, or difficulties in managing anger within their relationship dynamics may find couples-focused anger management classes helpful in improving communication and resolving conflicts more constructively.


This anger management class will teach:

Common criminal offenses in Texas

What anger management is

How to manage anger

Resources to get help with anger related issues

Anger Management Class Benefits

Accessibility & Convenience

Online anger management classes in Texas offer the flexibility to access the course materials and participate in sessions from anywhere with an internet connection. This convenience eliminates the need for physical attendance at a specific location and allows individuals to work at their own pace and schedule.

Privacy & Confidentiality

Some individuals may feel more comfortable addressing personal anger-related issues in the privacy of their own environment. Online classes provide a level of anonymity and confidentiality that can encourage open participation and honest discussions.

Self-Paced Learning

Many online anger management classes offer self-paced learning, allowing individuals to progress through the material at their own speed. This flexibility accommodates different learning styles and allows participants to revisit and review specific topics as needed.


This Texas anger management class often tends to be more cost-effective compared to in-person alternatives. They eliminate expenses associated with travel, commuting, or accommodation, making them a more affordable option for many individuals.

What's included in this class for anger management?

What is Anger?

Describes anger and the types of behavior that come with not being able to control anger.

Anger Awareness

Educates participants on anger behavior and how to identify situations that result in anger.

Anger Management

Participants learn anger management techniques and ways to reverse bad behavior.

Destructive Thinking

Identifying destructive thinking can be a first step to controlling anger and violent behavior.

Adjusting Thoughts

Learn to adjust destructive thoughts before violent and unsafe behavior occurs.


Become more self-aware and learn how to use positive thinking to reverse anger issues.


Controlling negative and violent behavior starts with good communication skills.

Conflict Resolution

Review methods of dealing with conflict that don't result in abusive and violent behavior.

Anger Resources

Access more resources that can help you reverse violent behavior and manage anger.

Frequently Asked Questions about Texas Anger Management Course

Anger management classes are generally not free.  While some organizations may claim that they offer free anger management classes there is either an additional cost to get the certificate or they do not offer a certificate. The cost of anger management classes can vary depending on the provider, program length, and format. Prices might range from modest fees for community-based programs to higher fees for specialized or intensive courses. It’s advisable to research local providers or online options for specific pricing details.

The duration of anger management classes can vary widely. Some programs might be as short as a single session, while others could spread over several weeks or even months. The length often depends on the program’s depth and the specific needs of the participants. Typically, each session lasts about 1 to 2 hours. The anger management classes offered by Texas Court Classes are 4 hours long.

Anger management classes are designed to teach individuals strategies for managing anger and improving emotional regulation. These classes typically cover topics such as understanding triggers for anger, developing coping strategies, improving communication skills, stress management, and learning to respond to situations in a non-aggressive manner.

Coverage for anger management classes by insurance varies. Some health insurance plans may cover these classes, especially if they are deemed medically necessary by a healthcare provider. It’s important to check with your insurance provider to understand your coverage or to discuss this with your healthcare provider.

Yes, you can take anger management classes online. Online programs offer flexibility and accessibility, making it convenient for individuals with scheduling conflicts or who prefer privacy. These online courses often include the same content as in-person classes. 

Online anger management classes can be effective, especially when they offer interactive components, personalized feedback, and evidence-based curricula. The effectiveness also depends on the participant’s engagement and commitment to applying the techniques learned. Online anger management classes are also more convenient and offer more privacy. Often times the extra convenience of online classes helps more students to successfully complete their classes.

Typically, anger management classes do not include drug testing. These classes focus more on teaching coping strategies for anger rather than drug testing unless it is part of a court-ordered program where drug testing might be mandated.

You might consider anger management classes if you find it difficult to control your anger, if your anger leads to negative consequences in relationships or at work, or if you feel persistently irritable and angry. It can also be beneficial if others have expressed concern about your anger. In some cases individuals maybe directed to complete anger management classes as part of their court process.

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Additional Anger Management Class Information

100% Online

This anger management class is 100% online, available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

30 Days to Complete

You must complete the online anger management class within 30 days of enrollment.

70% Passing score

To complete this course you must pass the final evaluation with at least a 70% score.

Test retakes

If you do not pass the course evaluation, you will have to pay $25 to retake the course. No exceptions.

No refunds

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