History: The Anger Management Institute’s resources are based on the seminars Lynette Hoy began presenting in 1998 to groups and counselors. Lynette Hoy, NCC, LCPC, CAMS-IV, and Ted Griffin, Editor/writer, co-authored all four editions of What’s Good About Anger? The premise of the books, DVDs and courses demonstrate that anger – though often destructive – is a normal emotion and energy which can be transformed into effective behaviors achieving healthy personal and relationship goals. The first edition of What’s Good About Anger? presents a Christian perspective on anger management. The Second, Third and now Fourth editions are geared for a general readership. The new 2016 Fourth edition expands on emotional intelligence, the physiology of anger, art of apology and when to take a break.
Lynette and Steve have presented various workshops and classes over the years. Trainer’s conferences are offered annually providing CEs for professionals. Lynette Hoy, the President of the Institute and CounselCare Connection, P.C. – has authored various training manuals and courses for professionals, adults and teens. Contact Lynette Hoy, President of the Anger Institute at: 708.341.5438 or 630-368-1880 for any inquiries or ordering needs. Mailing address :
1200 Harger Road, Suite 602,
Oak Brook, Illinois 60523 USA
Phone: 630-368-1880, ext. 1
Lynette J. Hoy – Speaking engagements Mrs. Hoy is the President of the Anger Management Institute. Lynette is a National Certified Counselor, a Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor in the State of Illinois. Lynette is a Diplomate, Supervisor, Consultant & Anger Management Specialist-IV with the National Anger Management Association. She was recently granted the designation as a Board Certified Professional Christian Counselor by the International Board of Christian Counselors. Lynette is the President of CounselCare Connection, P.C. Mrs. Hoy oversees and publishes all courses and training curriculum for both the Anger Management Institute and CounselCare Connection, P.C. Lynette was recently designated an Anger Management Specialist-IV by the National Anger Management Association (NAMA) granting her the authority to certify Anger Management Trainers & Specialists through NAMA.
Mrs. Hoy co-founded CounselCare Connection, an organization providing counseling services and resources for individuals and couples dealing with various issues. Lynette is a Critical Incident Stress Management provider, and a crisis counselor with the Crisis Care Network providing counseling and debriefing to various companies.Mrs. Hoy completed the 15 CE program in Anger Management for counselors offered by the American Counseling Association and the 15 CE course at the Cape Cod Institute: Therapeutic Approaches to Anger by Dr. Ron Potter-Efron and then the Healing the Anger Brain workshop by Dr. Potter-Efron. Mrs. Hoy presents the Anger Management Institute Trainer’s conferences & workshops. These workshops and other presentations now are approved by the National Board for Certified Counselors – to award 12 CE clock hours. The Anger Management Institute is now an NBCC Approved Continuing Education Provider #6577. The 2009 -2016 Anger Management Trainer & Specialist Certification workshops have been approved for 12 CEUs by the National Association of Social Workers and 13 CEUs by the Illinois Credentialing Board (IAODAPCA).
Co-author of all editions of What’s Good About Anger? Mrs. Hoy has trained hundreds of students and clients in anger and conflict management and has certified over 750 leaders throughout the USA and Canada as Trainers and Specialists in Anger Management. She has authored various workbooks, training manuals and published articles in anger management. Lynette is a Domestic Violence Advocate having taken the approved Domestic Violence 40-Hour Training program with the Chicago Metropolitan Battered Women’s Network. Lynette writes for the Godly Business Woman, American Association of Christian Counselors and other publications and has been interviewed on various radio programs and televised on Primary Focus. Lynette is a seminar presenter for AACC, NAMA, business, community, church and women’s groups! Lynette and her husband David have one married daughter and recently celebrated their 46th anniversary. Contact Lynette Hoy for credit card phone orders or counseling services: 630-368-1880 or directly at: 708.341.5438.
Is the co-author of the First, Second, Third (2012) and now Fourth (2016) Editions of What’s Good About Anger?. He has recently retired as the Senior Editor of Crossway Books, a division of Good News Publishers. He has authored numerous gospel tracts, including the best-selling You’re Special and is working on several books. He is a seminar presenter, an adult Sunday School teacher and is a member of Calvary Memorial Church where he has served as an elder in the past. He and his wife, Lois (deceased) were married for over 45 years and have two grown children and five grandchildren. Having grown up under an alcoholic father, he has personally struggled with and has extensively studied anger issues.
Is an Anger Management Specialist, Diplomate, Supervisor and Consultant with NAMA & the Anger Management Institute. Mr. Yeschek was recently designated an Anger Management Specialist-1V by the National Anger Management Association granting him the authority to certify Anger Management Specialists through NAMA. Steve brings years of expertise and experience in training, coaching and counseling clients and groups in anger, addictions, mood and behavioral disorders and relationships issues.Steve has been the Director of the Chicagoland Rapha Treatment Centers and is an ordained Pastor with the Evangelical Free Church. Steve is co-founder and Vice-President of CounselCare Connection, P.C. and co-presenter of the Anger Management Institute Trainer-Specialist Certification Workshops with Lynette. He has been trained in coaching and now trains others in coaching skills.