Atlanta Anger Management Individual Executive Coaching

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Director Richard Taylor BS, CAMF provide the Anderson & Anderson™ anger management model of Executive Coaching for Anger and Stress Reduction providing education for Corporate Executives who are interested in or who need to learn how to deal with their anger or someone else’s anger in a positive, functional way.

Participants may include people who internalize anger as well as those who act it out verbally or behaviorally towards friends, family, work or personal relationships. We are accustomed to providing services for high profile individuals, celebrity clients, attorneys, physicians, upper management, owners of businesses, entrepreneurs and philanthropists, and key employees.

Main focus is business and yet learned tools with naturally be applied to both the individual's personal and public life. The popularity of this model is such that it was selected by Sony Pictures for use in the Movie entitled “Anger Management” starring Jack Nicholson, Adam Sandler and Marisa Tomei. George Anderson, Director of Anderson & Anderson® was the Anger Management technical consultant on this movie. George Anderson was featured on the the Cover of the Los Angeles Times Magazine.

The Anderson & Anderson Curriculum we use has been reviewed locally, nationally and internationally, and has been featured on NBC’s Starting Over, NPR, and KCAL’s 9 on The Town, Chicago Tribune, London Sunday Times, New York Times, Baltimore Sun News, Toronto Star News, ESPN, San Jose Mercury News, Cover, Los Angeles Times Magazine, Entertainment Weekly, Patient/Doctor Journal as well as the BBC.

What is Executive Coaching?

EXECUTIVE COACHING Discreet and confidential.

A professional partnership is established between Richard Taylor BS, CAMF of Atlanta Anger Management and a Participant that supports the achievement of extraordinary results, based on anger management goals set by the individual and also defined by a Anger Management Assessment.

Through the Executive Coaching process, the individual focuses on the skills and actions needed to successfully improve Communication, Anger and Stress Management, and Emotional Intelligence.

The goals in Executive Coaching are focused on recent research-based anger management techniques and emotional intelligence development.

Using an Anger Management Assessment areas of strengths and weaknesses are defined that outlines the areas that could use focus and work to achieve higher performance. This assessment provides a baseline of the participant’s level of functioning in recognizing and managing anger, stress, communication and emotional intelligence.

Feedback regarding the results of this assessment is given to the individual or to the employer if required as part of the coaching. It helps define where you are, where you want to go, and how to get there.

Post-test at completion is designed to determine the level of change during the course.

Monthly follow-up sessions are available for a six-month period when needed. Inquire.

Our services are provided with the utmost in confidentiality for all participants.

Candidates are Individuals who exhibit problems with:

  • High Level Executives Needing Improved People To People Skills
  • Managing Stress
  • Irrational Belief Systems that impede harmony
  • Less than adequate communications skills
  • Interpersonal conflicts
  • Individuals approaching burnout
  • Performance impaired as compared to natural abilities
  • Inappropriate anger as compared to stimuli
  • Time wasters, Time Management issues
  • Passive or Passive Aggressive Behaviors
  • Individuals lacking empathy or appear emotionally stuck (Mr. Spock like)
  • Anger or Stress is Frequent or too Intense
  • Has symptoms of Headaches, Sleeplessness, Stomach Issues, Back and Shoulder aches, often Cardiac issues such as High Blood Pressure, Cholesterol too high, have had Heart Attacks and Angioplasty or By Pass Surgery. Early Diabetes II.
  • Anger and person directed aggression
  • Emotion Control or lack of emotions

Call Richard 678-576-1913 for more information or to start right away or email Richard.




Executive Coaching Path

A.) The Anger Management Bar-On EQi-2.0 Assessment defines where the individual is now and what they need to improve to insure in the future better outcomes and job promotion.

B.) Assess the individual’s current opportunities and challenges, define the scope of the relationship, identify priorities for action, and establish specific desired outcomes relating to anger and conflict management. This aspect leads to greater self-awareness.

C.) Establish a coaching relationship based on trust, collaboration and permission.

D.) Transform the energy of anger into positive channels which benefit the individual’s life and relationships as a whole. This aspect leads to greater self-management and motivation.

E.) Focus on practical, effective methods for anger change such as: cognitive restructuring, assertiveness, problem-solving, developing emotional intelligence, empathy, forgiveness, etc. This aspect enhances self awareness, self-management, social awareness and relationship management.

F.) Post-test at completion designed to determine the level of change during the program.

G.) Monthly follow-up sessions are available for a six-month period when needed. Inquire. Through the Executive Coaching process clarity is identified which supports the most effective actions to achieve the goals.

Executive Coaching accelerates the individual's progress by providing greater focus and awareness of possibilities, opportunities, approaches and changes regarding choices in the area of Anger and Stress Management, Communication and Emotional Intelligence.

The Role Of An Anger Management Coach:

• Asks questions; helps clarify values, beliefs, goals, and personal meaning
• Acts as an advocate
• Collaborates with the client
• Provides support in setting and achieving the anger management goals
• Acknowledges progress
• Challenges the client
• Provides motivation, energy, insight
• Offers objectivity, and brings fresh perspectives
• Helps think of options and possibilities
• Facilitates commitment to growth
• Provides action-oriented assignments and resources

Richard Taylor BS, CAMF of Atlanta Anger Management uses the Anderson and Anderson™ workbook for the individual's reference and study. A willingness to change to enhance performance is obviously a needed ingredient in successful outcomes.

Also the individual will be taught that this is a lifelong pursuit, the pursuit of excellence. Most individuals already use this principle on a daily basis, hence their current success.

NOTE: Important note for some. Atlanta Anger Management services are not religious based in nature. Our services teach practical everyday skills to improve assertive communication, manage anger and stress and increase emotional intelligence. Choosing change, individuals will experience improved relations to themselves and others resulting in increased happiness and productivity.  

If interested please contact Richard Taylor BS, CAMF of Atlanta Anger Management to implement an Individual Executive Coaching relationship in person or over phone. It is best to establish a relationship in person if possible, then perhaps phone consults as things progress.

Discreet and confidential.


Richard: Spending the day with you for 8 hours was a pleasure.

As the time came up to attend I felt a bit apprehensive not knowing what to expect. I really expected you to be a "stuff shirt" and know it all who would be pushy and serious.

Almost immediately upon meeting you my 'radar' told me you were a nice person and that I could relax. Your more casual approach to dress made me feel at ease and I liked wearing jeans to the appointment. A day off corporate dress. Thanks for that.

As the day unfolded I found a profound shift in my attitude and could see that this was a really good thing! I could be free to share with you my concerns and problems at work and even my home life. You were so accepting and open to me. I felt no judgment, just understanding from you.

You gave me some invaluable insights to what was happening and the why of it all. Very helpful.

With each chapter I gained further insights and skills to change me as you helped me realize I could not change them at work. Now that I am back to work a few weeks, my co-workers have commented that I seem different and more at ease, not so stressed.

I am catching myself and use your "let go" and don't take things so personally as before. I have realized that caring more than the bosses was really not productive nor realistic.

Thanks you for helping me cope better with my job and it is helping my home life be less stressful and less reactive as well. Your telling me..."Leave your home life concerns at home and leave your work at work." has really helped! My husband has also commented that I seem more "laid back". I am glad I had the fortune to study with you. Keep it up! - Kristy


Dear Richard:

I volunteered for Executive Coaching with you due to a setback at work and me wanting to improve my skill set for future promotions or new job lateral shift. Taking the Bar-On Assessment Online was easy and I was amazed at how it "nailed" me to my weaknesses and strengths. Meeting with you for what you call the 'debrief' and allowing me to input my own goals really provided me with a wonderful worth the money real world effective experience.
Improving my Emotional Intelligence in my weak areas and also concetrating on my strengths has re-energized me and shifted my attitude at work helping my peak performance. Just what I wanted. Thank you for the services you offer. - Jonathan





The use of the four major themes: anger management, stress management, emotional intelligence and communication make the training simple, clear and direct. The Facilitator has a sound format for a full look at each person’s anger, and ways to re-decide, re-direct and re-invent ones response to life’s many experiences. Using these techniques can eventually dissipate anger, and assertiveness can replace aggression.

Shamala Sykes, Educational Consultant
Los Angeles Unified School District



Anger isn't considered a Psychological Disorder by either the American Psychiatric Association or the American Psychological Association in the way that depression or schizophrenia are. Since anger is considered only a symptom of underlying maladies
treatment cannot be billed to clients health insurance.