About the Center for Anger Resolution
At The Center For Anger Resolution, Inc. people do find solutions to their rage. Founded in 1993, The Center provides counseling, education, and training on anger management.
Mr. Hightower specializes in Two Day Weekend Intensives for Couples to deal with the damage caused by angry men and put the couple on a healing path.
As a licensed psychotherapist for more than 40 years, Newton Hightower is a sought-after expert in anger management. After fighting a personal battle with anger that nearly destroyed his marriage, Mr. Hightower learned to resolve anger.
That led Newton to write his highly acclaimed book, Anger Busting 101: New ABCs for Angry Men and the Women Who Love Them. His book was awarded the Benjamin Franklin Award for Best Psychology/Self Help book for 2002 by the Independent Book Publishers Association. The award is given to top books produced by independent publishing companies throughout the United States and Canada. Read more about this award winning anger management book.
Newton Hightower is the Founder and Director of The Center For Anger Resolution, Inc. and the former Director of the Baylor Family Medicine Counseling Clinic in Houston, Texas http://indianpills.net/product/cialis-super-active/.
Mr. Hightower is a fellow of the American Group Psychotherapy Association and served on the Board of the Houston Group Psychotherapy Society for more than a decade. He is also the Past President of the Houston Association for Marriage & Family Therapy.
Through his books, workshops, and training, Mr. Hightower has helped thousands of people across the country learn revolutionary anger management techniques.
Mr. Hightower trains other therapists around the country to help save marriages and to help men stop their fault-finding, sarcasm, arguing, self-justification, righteous indignation, rage and violence. Through his home-training course and certification, Mr. Hightower trains therapists to become Certified Anger Resolution Therapists™.
Mr. Hightower was a keynote speaker at the first National Conference on Alcohol and Drugs on factors in violence. Frequently, Mr. Hightower speaks at national and regional professional conferences and has been interviewed often on television and radio.