ANGER MANAGEMENT INSTITUTE OF TEXAS
Gregory A. Kyles, LPC, PHR, CEAP, CAMF, LCDC
LOCATION: Houston, Texas 77098
MEMBERSHIP TYPE: Diplomate
|Anger Management Institute of Texas|
|2200 Southwest Freeway
Houston, Texas 77098
Gregory A. Kyles, Director of the Anger Management Institute of Texas, and the Domestic Violence Institute of Texas, has over 20 years in providing mental health counseling services. Mr. Kyles is trained in Anger Management by Anderson & Anderson, and received Battering Intervention and Prevention Program (BIPP) Dedication Training from Texas Council on Family Violence.
Mr. Kyles graduated from the University of Houston receiving his Bachelor of Arts degree in Sociology, and continued at Prairie View A&M University of Texas receiving his Master of Arts in Counseling.
Additionally Mr. Kyles is a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC), Certified Professional in Human Resources (PHR), Certified Employee Assistance Professional (CEAP), Certified Anger Management Facilitator (CAMF), and a Licensed Chemical Dependency Counselor (LCDC). Mr. Kyles is currently lending his expertise in a global corporation as a Corporate Ombudsman and Mediator in conjunction to his private practice.
Contact Gregory Kyles by email at email@example.com
The mission of the Anger Management Institute of Texas is to equip clients with the tools that are necessary to effectively manage anger and stress, develop and utilize effective communication skills, and to enhance emotional intelligence.
Anger Management Institute of Texas offers Anger Management, Executive Coaching, and Organizational Training services to clients in the Greater Houston Texas area. Our services are based on the famed Anderson & Anderson Anger Management/Executive Coaching curriculum and are designed for individual and group sessions. To learn more about our services, please select from the following list.
Anger Management Classes
Anger Management Institute of Texas provides a safe educational environment for clients to learn socially acceptable means of dealing with anger. You will certainly benefit from our classes by learning what stress is, including stress management strategies that provide alternatives to avoid violent and self-destructive behavior.
Anger Management for Nurses and other Health Professionals
Nurses are frustrated, stressed out and angry. There are many justifiable reasons for this anger. There is now and has been for many years an international shortage of trained nurses. Consequently, nurses are overworked, under appreciated, treated unfairly and frequently burned out. All of these situations can result in feelings of anger and hurt.
Workplace Anger & Stress Management/Organizational Training
When organizations invest in anger management training for their employees, they invest in a more efficient workforce and lower overhead. Anger management pays off with reduced absenteeism, workplace conflict, health problems, and sick day usage. Research has also shown that anger management improves morale and increases productivity and performance in most major areas of life.
Anger Management Executive Coaching: One-on-One Services
Our Anger Management Executive Coaching program is available for clients who would prefer a private setting or are not appropriate for mixed or open groups. Such individuals may include, but are not limited to, high profile individuals, physicians, attorneys, judges, faculty, law enforcement, and high-level management. The program is designed to improve stress and anger management, communication, empathy, and emotional intelligence.
Anger Management Executive Coaching for Corporate Executives
The program for executives addresses the need for a one-on-one individual and sensitive intervention model for corporate executives. Anger Management Institute of Texas is now offering an intensive ten hour coaching class for executives who prefer a private setting or are not appropriate for mixed or open groups.
Anger Management Executive Coaching for Legal Professionals
The anger management program for Judges and Attorneys allows clients to work through didactic information and structured exercises. These activities are focused on enhancing emotional intelligence, improving assertive communication, including behavioral strategies for recognizing and managing anger and stress.