Help Your Child Move Away From Anger and Embrace Calm

Help Your Child Move Away From Anger and Embrace Calm

Your child will learn to manage anger in our after-school intervention program

You know your child struggles with excessive anger, but you don't know how to help. Teaching a child to manage their anger can be difficult for a parent, especially if your child has a mental health condition. Count on Lasting Impression Therapeutic Counseling Center to help your child.

We teach kids and teenagers to cope with anger in healthy ways in an after-school anger intervention program. This group program is open to children aged 5 to 16, and we welcome participants who are part of the LGBTQIA+ community. To discuss enrolling your child in our group, call 337-429-5672 today.

What should you expect from the program?

Lasting Impression After School Anger Intervention Program provides intensive outpatient counseling in a therapeutic environment for children five years old to sixteen years old who have behavioral, anger, or emotional difficulties. This program may include, but will not be limited to:

  • Anger
  • Aggression
  • Depression
  • Impulse Control
  • Relationship Difficulties
  • Grief/Loss
  • Sexuality (LGBTQIA)


Each day will be filled with fun and interactive activities along with group therapy. These activities will be centered around a therapeutic theme. Additionally, each activity will be challenging and provide your child/ teen the opportunity to share their thoughts and feelings. Lasting Impression After School Anger Intervention Program is an excellent choice as a parent. As our children go through the growing stages of life, we as parents want to ensure that they achieve adulthood as happy, healthy and well-rounded young adults. However, at times, life can be challenging and quite discouraging for the youth in today's society. If your child is disrupting you or other adults in their lives or peers, there is a reason. In fact, there can be many reasons for this type of behavior; including anger. Now, there is an answer to your question on how to help your child reach that place.