Hofstra College of Liberal Arts and Sciences
Criminology Program Presents
A fifth lecture in the annual series Crime, Justice and Society
Anger Management and the Criminal Justice System
Rachel Tirnady, M.A. and Michael Klein, M.A.
(Institute for the Treatment of Anger and Aggression, Hofstra University)
Anger is an everyday occurrence for many people, and in some ways, even adaptive. However, anger that occurs at a high frequency, for long periods of time, or with great intensity can lead to aggression, disruptions in relationships, trouble at work, drug and alcohol use, medical problems, and legal problems, among many other negative effects. Come join a lecture and discussion to learn more about anger and aggression, as well as the many paths that lead individuals to attend Anger Management Therapy. The interventions and techniques used to help people manage their anger will be discussed with two anger intervention specialists.
Tuesday, March 19th, 4-5 pm
Cultural Arts Theater
This event is free and open to the public.
For more information contact:
Dr. Liena Gurevich
Criminology Program Director