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Anger Management Program


Downingtown Office


Coming in March 2023. Once a week for 6 Saturdays.


$450 for 6 sessions

About the Group

For individuals of all ages whose anger is threatening their health and their relationships. Also available to those mandated by local, county, or state judicial authorities to attend as a condition of parole or probation.

The Anger Management Therapy Group will meet once a week on Saturdays for six (6) weeks at a cost of $450. Full payment up-front is appreciated, however participants are allowed to pay as they go with the understanding that the fee will be collected at the beginning of the session. 


Vicki also offers 4-8 week Anger Management Classes on an individual basis in the office as well as online. She requests to meet with extremely high-risk individuals in the office. The Anger Management Classes are approved by the Courts and the office of Probation and Parole in Chester County.  The rate for a 50-minute session is $150, however we also offer a sliding scale based on total family income for people in need of a lower fee. 

Vicki also offers a hybrid-type course where clients initially meet with me in the office and then complete the course as an independent study. If a client chooses the hybrid option, the minimum amount of time will be charged for each lesson. For example, if 3 chapters are assigned with exercises that would take 50 minutes to complete in the office but takes 6 hours to complete out of the office, the charge remains at the 50-minute level. 

Pleace call Vicki at 484-918-0740 and she would be happy to answer any questions. If she is unavailable at the time of your call, please leave a message and she will return your call at my earliest opportunity. 

Your Instructor

Vicki Shay, MA, LPC, CSAM

Vicki Shay, MA, LPC, CSAM

Vicki became a therapist because of her desire to help people reach their fullest potential by overcoming their difficulties and making changes to live a healthier, happier life. Using an approach that combines reality theory and person-centered techniques, Vicki works to facilitate an environment of hope and healing; to integrate faith, grace, and proven psychological principles with individuals, couples and families as they work through their difficulties and goals towards greater personal growth and wellness. Vicki and her husband, Tim, have three children and two grandchildren. As the mother of an autistic young man, she understands the challenges as well as the joys that come with raising a child with special needs, and together with her family is an active advocate for children and families of children with autism.


To enroll as a participant, please complete our online Appointment Request Form noting the group you are interested in joining. For more information or for help with registration, please email:

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