New Directions provides professional anger management assessments and evaluations in-person, online or by phone for individuals in 48 States.
Courts and employers routinely ask for an anger management evaluation in cases when there has been a domestic dispute of domestic violence (DV) charge, an altercation at work, anger displayed in traffic, and similar circumstances. Our court ordered anger management evaluation seeks to help you and the court (or employer) get an accurate picture of your current level of anger control. While many individuals do not have an established problem with anger, for those that do, we provide practical recommendations to satisfy courts or employers.and improve your ability to manage stress, frustration, and expression of anger.
After completion of an assessment questionnaire and an interview (by phone/webcam/or in-person), your evaluator will place a professional court or employer-ready document in your secure account. From your account, you will be able to view, print or email the document to whomever you choose. Courts and employers only see your document if you choose to provide it to them. All of our evaluators have a minimum of a Master’s degree and hold a current state license to diagnose and treat emotional disorders.
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Fee for a Court Ordered Anger Management Evaluation
Weekday standard service - $250.00
(Completed 4-5 business days after interview)
Rush Order & Weekend Services
Rush order timeframe begins after the clinical interview.
- Completion same business day: add $225.00
- Completion next business day: add $150.00
- Completion in 2-3 business days: add $75.00
- Weekend services: add $75.00
- Holiday: call 1-800-671-8589 for quote
The Process to Obtain a Court Ordered Anger Management Evaluation
- Register – directly online or call our office
- Complete an online or in-office questionnaire
- Interview – 45-55 min. with an evaluator in our office, webcam or phone
- Review your secure report direclty from your online account
Note: Some assessments may require that your evaluator review paperwork from the court or make a brief telephone contact with a character reference on your behalf