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anger management Wantagh
Please determine which available date works best for you.
Saturday, May 20  Time: 9am – 12pm
Saturday, June 24  Time: 9am – 12pm
Saturday, July 15  Time: 9am – 12pm
Saturday, August 12  Time: 9am – 12pm

3 Hour Anger Management Completion Certificates accepted by the courts will be given if requested. Advance Registration only.

Location: 433 Maple Avenue, Westbury, New York 11590

Cost: $150 [Small groups, Limited seating ]

Register with Paypal eileen@balanceandpower.com  Credit Cards accepted via telephone.

  • Enhance all aspects of stress and anger management
  • Communicate more effectively
  • Be happier

Explore strategies to release anger, reduce stress and deal effectively with others. Anger and communication issues are highly affected by stress levels.

The best predictor of a positive outcome is your willingness to honestly examine and admit the consequences of your problem and actions and have the intention to change patterns. Your anger and stress impact your relationships, health, work life and financial situation.

Questions? Contact Eileen Now for a Complimentary Telephone Consult
516 623 4353  eileen@balanceandpower.com

10% discount for Veterans and their families

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Bullying rates remain higher for children with disabilities, even as they mature.  

Studies point out the necessity for special education programs to teach appropriate response skills to children with disabilities.  I facilitate workshops and trainings for children, families, educators and parents with this topic as well as bullying prevention and anger management

Training Programs & Groups for Adults, Staff Development and ages 12-18 on site and my Westbury, NY office forming now for 2017

    • Anger Management and Stress Release
    • Conflict Resolution and Anger Management: Understanding that bullies usually have low self-esteem and how it is best not to give up our power to these people.
    • Sensitivity Training/Character Education: Curriculum for Teaching Respect, Ethics And Tolerance. Promoting the understanding that self-esteem is not just about feeling good, but more importantly, it is about doing the right thing.
    • Effective Communication: Learn about different styles of communication, and how to be a good communicator. Take the frustration out of communication!

 


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Bullying and cyber-bullying can leave anyone feeling hurt, angry, depressed or overwhelmed. Bullying is an aggressive behavior that can be physical, verbal, or relational. Learn about why some kids bully and why others are bullied, and how to develop the resilience and self-confidence to succeed in life.

The most damaging aspect of bullying is its repetition. Bullies are often relentless, bullying over and over again for long periods of time. Cyber-bullying can be even more painful because it can be witnessed by many more people and continue around the clock.

    • Bullying/Cyber-Bullying Prevention Support Groups: Anti-bullying tactics and Techniques to stay positive, reduce stress and anger, stay focused and build self-esteem!
    • Sensitivity Training/Character Education for Students: Same curriculum as for the Adult Program (*see above with attached website links.)

 


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Strategies for Conflict Resolution/Intervention and Bullying Prevention

Professional to professional, in the workplace, as well as educational facilities. Professional to student; and student to student. Strategies are based on psycho-educational models.

Groups forming now onsite and in my Westbury, Long Island Office

Learn About and Participate in EFT: Emotional Freedom Techniques are a great tool for emotional release and stress management. Find out more about EFT: EFT: Emotional Freedom Techniques.

The content, length and fees of each program are customized to meet your needs.

SOAR! with Resilience® Training Manual or Balance & Power Inc eBooks accompany the programs and may be purchased at a group discounted fee.

Contact Eileen FREE Phone Consult:  www.balanceandpower.com    516 623 4353

 

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When: Wednesday, February 25, 2015 – 8:00 PM (EST)
PRICE: FREE

Eileen Lichtenstein, MS. Ed. has specialized for 20 years in personal development coaching and training, including stress reduction management, communicating effectively and career issues. She helps women and men to access the power already within.  She is a certified Anger management Specialist.

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Anger Management Group: 2 Hour Session in Westbury, Long Island
(*Accepted by Courts)

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When:
Saturday, March 7, 2015  Time: 10am – 12pm
Sunday, March 29, 2015  Time: 2pm – 4pm
Location: 433 Maple Avenue, Westbury, New York 11590
Cost: $70
Register with Paypal www.balanceandpower.com/events.php  or to eileen@balanceandpower.com 

Credit Cards accepted via telephone.

  • Enhance all aspects of stress and anger management
  • Communicate more effectively
  • Be happier

Explore strategies to release anger, reduce stress and deal effectively with others. Anger and communication issues are highly affected by stress levels.

The best predictor of a positive outcome is your willingness to honestly examine and admit the consequences of your problem and actions and have the intention to change patterns. Your anger and stress impacts your relationships, health, work life and financial situation.

Questions? Contact Eileen Now for a Complimentary Telephone Consult
 516 623 4353
eileen@balanceandpower.com

Register Now: with Paypal

Mar 7: Cost: $70
March 29: Cost: $70

*Credit Cards accepted via telephone. 516 623 4353

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How to SOAR! with Resilience® and Create Optimal Happiness & Productivity is a new 4 week Mastermind Group available from Eileen Lichtenstein and Balance & Power, Inc. Each week will move you forward with specific topics-goals.

 

Sign up NOW: 

How to SOAR! with Resilience® and Create Optimal Happiness & Productivity
Mastermind Group 

When: 4 weeks, Tuesdays: Jan. 7, 14, 21, 28, 2014
Time: 8-9pm ET 

This is a 4 week Mastermind Group.  Each week will move you forward with specific topics-goals. This 4 week coaching/mentoring program will bring:

  • Increased confidence and self-esteem
  • Balance in your life and a healthy and well-adjusted mind and body
  • Success in your career and maximized potential

Each registrant will receive Eileen’s 3 new ebooks!

  • Anger Management: Strategies & Techniques
  • Overcome Overwhelm NOW: Stress Management Strategies & Techniques
  • Gain Clarity & Confidence with EFT

You will embark on a transformative journey of self-development that will guide you to amazing levels of happiness and abundance in your life. You will learn about components of happiness and productivity and how to apply it to your own circumstances. You will be coached and mentored how to implement and adapt the strategies to your own life on an ongoing basis.

  • Are you ready for your life to be transformed?
  • Are you ready to reduce stress to optimal levels?
  • Can you imagine being happy most of the time?
  • Are you ready to make some personal shifts and see your career soar?
  • How can you become and stay inspired?
  • Can you imagine being surrounded by positive people and creating optimal relationships?

 Stress – Anger Management:
During this course Eileen will take you through Stress-Anger Management Techniques and Strategies so you can be happier and more productive. 

Effective Time Management:
You will learn to recognize what isn’t working in your life and will be given the tools to assist you in the awareness necessary for your transformation to leading a balanced life. You will learn how to prioritize effectively, create and reach realistic goals and positive outcomes. 

How To Break The Conflict Cycle, Maintain Positive Relationships and Access Your best Communication Style:
Eileen will coach you on how to break the ‘Conflict Cycle’ and how to ‘Access Your Best Communication Style’. 

EFT Emotional Freedom Technique:
You will learn Emotional Freedom Technique, also known as EFT/ tapping, so you can use your own body’s energies to remove negative emotions. 

This Mastermind Group can start turning your ailing business – or life – around. And…
Even if you’re doing well, this course will propel you to a higher level of success and happiness! Thinking about becoming an entrepreneur? Looking for a career change, a reinvention? 

And if you are simply feeling overwhelmed with life, “sandwich generation” parenting or relationship challenges, this program will help get you unstuck, be fearless: SOAR! with Resilience® and Create Optimal Happiness & Productivity 

What You Will Learn:

  • How to reduce stress
  • Personal Goal Setting
  • Overcoming Obstacles
  • Setting limits
  • Relationship building and effective communication
  • How to get and stay inspired

What You Will Gain:

  • Increased Self Confidence
  • Peace of Mind
  • Balance
  • Higher Income Potential
  • A Feeling of Well Being and Improved Health
  • A Better Understanding of Your True Capabilities

The time is now: 
Start taking your personal or professional life to a higher level of success and satisfaction. In this course Eileen takes you through her personal journey of accomplishment while showing how you too can achieve the same peace and balance she has achieved in her own life. 

Call NOW FREE  Consult: (516) 623-4353 

 

How to SOAR! with Resilience® and Create Optimal Happiness & Productivity
Mastermind Group 

When: 4 weeks, Tuesdays: Jan. 7, 14, 21, 28, 2014
Time: 8-9pm ET 
Cost: $120 for 4 weeks

Register Now: http://www.balanceandpower.com/events.php    

516 623 4353  Credit Card  or Pay Pal

 

 

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We all know them in business, personal and family relationships.  First, go inward and understand that you are fault-free. Here are a few tips that will make dealing and interacting with the difficult easier:

1. Ask  yourself, “How important is this person to me at this moment?” Being careful not to devalue them, certain people have greater or lesser significance in our lives. If the party in question does not hold great regard in your life, are you willing to simply let the issue slide and walk away?

2. How important is this issue? Will it matter ten years from now? If not, let it go. It is not worth  your time and effort.

3. Can you accept the person as they are?  If you do, you must be at peace with him/her so as not to become resentful and angry later on.

4. Can I change my perception of this person? A less judgmental observation allows  interaction in a less critical manner.

ie: Perhaps change “controlling” to very insecure”.

5. If the party is an important part of your  life set boundaries and guidelines your relationship.

6. Establish a common ground with them, identify something you both have in common. By doing so, this allows both parties to feel a certain connection and increases the levels of understanding and trust.

7. Build trust. Showing genuine interest and concern in them eases their anxieties and fears, allowing them to feel more comfortable in your presence. Once achieved, they will most likely become more cooperative with you.

8. Bring out the best in them. Avoid allowing their bad behavior to influence how you behave. Find some goodness and focus on that.

9. Remember to be fair and open-minded to what they say, believe, and do. Refrain from criticism and judgments, be understanding and compassionate instead.

10. Some of our greatest gifts in life have been the most difficult people who cross our paths. View them as an important teacher who is enabling you to learn and grow. 

We always have a choice to release the person from our lives or to “work” at the relationship. Choose wisely; often it’s irrevocable.

Need help with this? Contact me for a FREE 20 minute telephone consult/strategy session  516 623 4353

 

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 Resolving conflicts,  violence & bullying prevention workplace programs in the workplace and schools need to be in the  forefront again with the horrific event in our nation’s capital.  The news coverage has informed us the murderer had PTSD and had a previously reported gun problem.    I shy away from expressing political  opinion in my work and know now that I must take a stand for stronger gun control and background checks with proper privacy controls.  The other component is to up the ante on public education and trainings in the field of conflict resolution, anger/stress management , violence prevention and bullying prevention in the schools and workplace.  I work with small groups, individuals and couples in my Long Island office and via Video skype as well as go onsite to facilitate.  Every group presentation is customized.  You may contact me for a 15 minute complimentary strategy phone session 516 623 4353 or connect with me via email

 

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Knowing, understanding and being able to apply strategies to help manage and prevent destructive anger is necessary in today’s world which can be extremely stress inducing.  Anger is a completely natural response to the frustrations of life, with many of these frustrations being out of our control. (The definition of “stressed” is feeling out of control and overwhelmed.)  Sometimes when we feel anger, it is coming from a deep place that demands acknowledgement and expression.  At these times, it is important that we find healthy ways to honor our anger, knowing how dangerous it can be to repress it.  Depression, the other end of the expressive spectrum is (usually) repressed-internalized anger.  However, anger can become a habit- our go- to emotion when things or people become difficult.  Here are some strategies to help manage and prevent anger.

 

 Recognize, Release & Manage Stress

Internal or external stressors often takes us from feeling peaceful to experiencing uncomfortable angry feelings in many common life situations. Before your stress response turns into anger or aggression, use stress management strategies  to help with anger management strategies.  The higher one’s stress level, the easier it is to allow our anger to get out of control. Learning stress management techniques gives us an effective way to reduce the physical, behavioral, and emotional problems caused by too much stress.  

 

Develop Empathy
Our ability to know how we are feeling as well as our ability to accurately sense the feelings of those around us help us make positive connections with others. This characteristic is often called “empathy.”

To empathize is to see with the eyes of another, to hear with the ears of another, and to feel with the heart of another. Lack of empathy leads to poor communication and a failing to understand others. To manage anger, it often helps to see our anger as a combination of other people’s behavior and our lack of empathy toward them or their situation.  Examples are a lack of awareness in public, often a sign of not being emotionally or socially alert. Or perhaps a situation in which you  tried to express your feelings  backfired in some way…

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Respond Instead of React
Many times we become angry because we find people and situations that literally “push our buttons”, and we react automatically.  Rather than reacting to anger triggers in this fashion, you can learn to choose how to deal with frustrating situations—to respond rather than automatically react.  Patterns can be changed!

 

Change That Conversation With Yourself
Learning to change negative “self-talk” empowers you to deal with anger more effectively in terms of how strongly you feel the anger, how long you hold onto your anger, and how you express your anger.

 

Communicate Assertively
. Assertive communication is a set of skills to honestly and effectively communicate how you feel and how you are responding to things without getting angry or hostile about it. Good communication skills are an essential ingredient to anger management because poor communication causes untold emotional hurt, misunderstandings, and conflict. Words are powerful, but the message we convey to others is even more powerful and often determines how people respond to us and how we feel toward them.

 

Examine Expectations
Anger and stress can often be caused when our expectations are too far apart from what is realistic to achieve. In other words, anger is often triggered by a discrepancy between what we expect and what we get.

Learning to adjust those expectations—sometimes upward and other times downward—can help us cope with difficult situations or people, or even cope with ourselves.

 

Acceptance & Forgiveness: Let it go…

Anger is often the result of grievances we hold toward other people or situations, usually because of our perception and feeling of having been wronged by them in some way. Resentment is a form of anger that does more damage to the holder than the offender

 

Leave, Think & Return!
We are pretty much incapable of resolving conflicts or thinking rationally  when our stress level reaches a certain point. It is often best to take a temporary “time-out”— leave to avoid losing control either physically or verbally. This strategy of anger management works much better if (a) you commit to return within a reasonable amount of time to work things out, and (b) you work on your” positive self-talk” while trying to cool down.

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