We are a program designed to help those who are struggling with controlling their behavior towards themselves and others. Hope Anger Management program is certified in all 50 states. H.A.M offers services for behavioral issues and is state & court order approved.
Learning new skills, how to cope with your anger and other behavior issues will physically, mentally, and emotionally change the way you manage your anger. We ensure that our clients are comfortable in a non- judgmental and supportive atmosphere.
We treat a number of behavior issues. Our organization provides a neutral environment for individuals, families, and couple therapy.
Hope Anger Management encourages our clients to think clearly, be positive and most of all release negative emotions. We promise to be there for you every step of your journey. Our goal is to help you grow from your struggles, heal from your pain, and move forward to where you want to be in life.
It is our mission to ensure the delivery of quality, compassionate, competent, cost effective, comprehensive and efficient service to all groups within Hope Anger Management.
Our focus is to help individuals heal, energize, and become aware of their inner strengths.
To be nationally recognized as an Anger Management organization who is committed to helping clients overcome personal emotions. Through our quality, professional, and collaborative services.
Valaria Scott is the President and CEO of Hope Anger Management Organization. Valaria received her Masters in Human Services and Bachelor of Arts in Psychology from Argosy University. Valaria has held positions at Richland County School District, Lexington/Richland District Five, Barrow County Public Schools and Gwinnett County Public Schools from 2008-2018. Today, Valaria is a mentor at Barrow County Public Schools and is a volunteer in her community for several youth programs. Her passion is to make a difference in life of a child. Valaria developed her Anger Management and social skills curriculum from her personal life experiences and working with special needs children in public schools.
Valaria holds a certification as an Anger Resolution Therapist (CART), Family Violence Facilitator and Drug & Alcohol Assessor and is registered in 50 states. With Valaria’s optimistic attitude and determined drive to help clients overcome their anger; many lives have been touched, challenged and changed in the process. This will incorporate our slogan, Helping Overcome Personal Emotions (HOPE). Valaria believes thinking positive will align the mind, body and spirit. Valaria’s approach entails genuine caring, acceptance, and non-judgmental communication.
Valaria Scott assists adolescents and adults in a variety of settings including public/private schools, half way houses and online (Skype) sessions.
Sherry Lomack is a Christian Counselor/Pastor of Hope Anger Management organization. Sherry received her Doctorate of Divinity Degree from the Abundant Life Bible College and Theological Seminary. She has a Masters of Science degree in Education and has a Masters in Theology. Sherry received her Bachelors of Art in Psychology from University of Navada. She attended Columbia International University where she attained a dual MA degree in Evangelism and Master of Divinity (MDIV).
Sherry retired from Clark County School District as a certified elementary teacher. Sherry has held various positions as a drug and alcohol counselor in Nevada. She is a pastor at Be Ye Oh So Blessed Ministries in Nevada and South Carolina. She is versed in the Living Word Of God. She loves the Lord.
Hi! My name is Hope A. Scott. I’m a precious, tiny and independent doggie. They say that I march to my own little drum and have nicknamed me “cutie” because of my cute prancing/hopping walk. I like my bed and rest in it throughout the day and sleep there peacefully in my office. I’m a lap dog, but I am a very sweet girl and a nice companion for my mommy's clients.
Depression, fear, and anxiety are some of the most common and uncomfortable emotions that we can experience at some point in our lives. Through treatment, we are able to help you recover motivation, perspective, and joy that you once had in your life.
Anger is a completely normal, usually healthy, human emotion. But when it gets out of control and turns destructive, it can lead to problems—problems at work, in your personal relationships, and in the overall quality of your life. And it can make you feel as though you're at the mercy of an unpredictable and powerful emotion. (American Psychological Association, 2015). If you feel that your anger is really out of control, if it is having an impact on your relationships and on important parts of your life, you might consider counseling to learn how to handle it better.
Marriage Counseling can be beneficial to couples who are looking to strengthen their emotional connection, in all stages of their relationship. Therapy sessions are held with both couples and is a supportive place to discuss issues and solutions to better strengthen your relationship.
Our tutoring center gives your child one-on-one instruction in the following areas than he or she will ever receive in a classroom full of children or a small group:
The tutoring center are designed for students who are struggling in school or are behind grade level in Reading, Social Studies, Science, Math, English or Writing. Today, math is getting more and more difficult for students of all ages. The tutoring center will increase your child’s learning and problem-solving skills for future success.
Family Violence Intervention Program (FVIP) is 24-week education programs designed to help abusers take responsibility for their violence. The programs are designed to help batterers understand that the use of power, control and violence are barriers to a healthy relationship. Groups discuss non-violent alternatives and the role that power and control plays in their intimate relationship.
Disrespectful Child Behavior: Where Do You Draw the Line?
As a parent, how do you know for sure if your child’s behavior has crossed the line and become truly disrespectful? I believe the distinction between mild rebelliousness and disrespect has to be drawn very clearly. Here’s how you determine whether or not your child has gone too far. When he is being rude or complaining that something isn’t fair, ask yourself, “Is my child expressing general frustration about the injustices or challenges of life, or is he being deliberately hurtful, condescending or abusive?”
I look at it this way: when your child rolls his eyes and stomps up the stairs, it’s fairly harmless. It’s very different from saying, “You’re a jerk. You can’t make me. I don’t care what the rules are, I’m not doing it!” Make no mistake, there is a distinction between eye-rolling and your child shouting, “You’re stupid.” I think parents need to really understand this difference at a core level.
Every parent wants the best for their love ones. Most parents are not prepared or know how to present their child with the apparatus to become successful. Some need advice on how to help their child avoid the biggest juvenile behavior issues such as substance abuse, misbehavior, dropping out school, pregnancy, communication skills, single parenting, and violence. These issues can have an effect on children for the rest of their lives.
High Supervised -This service allows for 1-2 children to e present, per visitation supervisor. It also places the visitation supervisor physically inside the room with the visiting parent and the child(ren) throughout the visit.
Moderate Supervised- This service allows for 1-3 to be present, per visitation supervisor. The visitation supervisor will supervise from inside the room and/or from a video monitor.
Low Supervised- This service allows for 1-5 children to be present, per visitation supervisor. The visitation supervisor will supervise the visit from the video monitor only, unless directly addressing the parent.
Off-Site Supervised Visitation- It include the above services. Visits occur at a location that is agreed upon by both parties, as well as the visitation supervisor, and does not violate the court order.
* Clients may be referred by a Judge, Probation Officer or Attorney. *The offender Education Program is an awareness and prevention program. * Each session meet once a week for one hour.
* Interaction among clients plays a vital role in developing awareness and responsibility for their own actions and criminal behavior.
Worries and anxieties involving work are common; with many people suffering from creative worries and concerns about job and income security. For many, work and career issues can become unsettling and even disruptive to daily life. Some find their identities in their careers, and any disruptions can cause uneasiness, anxiety, and even fear about the future.
Some of the most common work and career issues include:
* Potential job layoff
* Inability to get a job
* Concern for career direction in relation to life purpose
* Overwhelming stresses on the job
* Dissatisfaction with current job or career
* Unrealistic expectations from supervisors
* Feeling unfulfilled
*Social and ethical complications
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