In spite of the bad economy, Anderson & Anderson® and most Certified Anger Management Facilitators nationwide are offering needed services to the community, while carving out a respectful source of practice income. According to Simply Hired, “The average salary for Anger Management Teacher jobs in Fairfax, VA is $74,000”. Average Anger Management Teacher salaries can vary greatly due to company, location, industry, experience and benefits. This salary was calculated using the average salary for all jobs that have the the term “Anger Management Teacher” anywhere within the job listing. This means that well trained Certified Anger Management Facilitators are doing well in spite of the current recession.
On Monday, February 9, 2009, Jarrel Phillips, who is a business student at California State University at Long Beach, CA. will begin a business Internship at Anderson & Anderson®, where he will focus on Internet Marketing. Jarrel is the first business student to intern at Anderson & Anderson®. Nancy, George and the Anderson & Anderson Faculty are excited to welcome Jarrel to our team.
On Tuesday, Sean Coffey, CAMF, who represents Anderson & Anderson® in the United Kingdom, will join Nancy & George for dinner to discuss the recent developments in the U.K. relative to the Anderson model since the September airing of “Losing It”, the two-part popular BBC documentary on anger management and the Anderson & Anderson model by Griff Rhys Jones. Also, our second business intern, Lekdan Taksta, will begin his internship. Lexdan has degrees in International Business and Commerce earned in India. He is a computer expert with extensive training in marketing.
George Anderson will fly to Dallas, Texas on Tuesday evening to provide two days of executive coaching for a “disruptive physician” in Texas. Colbert Williams, MSW, LCSW, CAMF and Tom Wentz, Ph.D, CAMF are tentatively scheduled to provide coaching for physicians in Brentwood and in Ventura, California.
On Saturday, Garry Galvan, M.A., CAMF will lead a three-hour Introductory Anger Management course for 10 participants.
While it is unfortunate, it is true that anger is a secondary emotion, which is a common side effect of stress. Clearly, our economy is a source of unprecedented stress in the lives of far too many of our residents. Consequently, stress related issues, such as anger and depression, are on the rise.
George Anderson, MSW, BCD, CAMF, CEAP
Diplomate, American Association of Anger Management Providers
Anderson & Anderson®, The Trusted Name in Anger Management