Brooklyn Park, MN assessment center Access Behavioral Change announced the expansion of its court accepted anger assessments. All assessments and evaluation interviews are conducted by licensed counselors who represent a client’s interests.
More information about Access Behavioral Change is available at https://accessbehavioralchange.com
Court-ordered anger assessments are becoming a part of standard evaluation procedures in cases of domestic disputes, road rage, domestic violence charges, disorderly conduct, child custody, and similar situations.
Access Behavioral Change has expanded its anger assessments services. HIPAA compliant, telehealth appointments are now available. The video conferencing assessments provide health safety during the COVID-19 pandemic and convenience for those who live out of the area/out of state, and access to those with scheduling or transportation issues.
The private anger assessment consultants in Brooklyn Park work with clients, attorneys, and district courts to complete mandatory anger evaluations ahead of court hearing dates. Access Behavioral Change extends these services to employers, employees, and individuals looking for positive outcomes to workplace or domestic anger issues.
In cases where insight into a defendant’s outburst or anger is crucial to the resolution of a case, comprehensive anger assessments give attorneys and judges a clearer understanding of an individual’s behavior. Professional counselors at Access Behavioral Change evaluate individuals and analyze an individual’s response to trigger situations. The center’s objective assessment documentation is accepted and used by courts, employers, educational institutions, and probation departments to address legal, workplace, and school concerns.
Anger assessment reports offer individualized recommendations about identifying anger triggers, handling anger responses, and using proven tools to control and manage anger. The report gives clients a clear picture of a client’s level of anger control ahead of court dates.
According to a spokesperson for the Hennepin County anger assessment center, “We are happy to offer confidential anger assessments that are sometimes required for legal issues to determine if an individual’s anger responses in certain situations may make them a danger to themselves or others. We also work with individuals whose anger and stress is adversely affecting their lives.”
Access Behavior Change is a division of Rehab Continuums and a leading provider of private chemical health assessments, anger assessments, DWI education, and drug and alcohol awareness classes across Minnesota. Virtual options have been made available for these programs also.
For more information about pre-hearing anger assessments, call 612-282-5576 or visit https://accessbehavioralchange.com/anger-assessments
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