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North Valley Anger Management Consultants
 At North Valley Anger Management Consultants, our specialty is helping people take back control of their emotional health, and reclaim their lives.   

About Us:

 

North Valley Anger Management Consultants offers a full spectrum of both educational and mental health counseling services including group and individual anger management classes, domestic violence batterers intervention education classes, individual counseling, conjoint counseling, couples counseling, marriage counseling, and family counseling, and parenting groups. 

Our Team:

 

Karen Fincher, MA, LMFT, MAC, CBIF, CAMF 

Karen is a co-founder of North Valley Anger Management Consultants. A graduate of Phillips Graduate University, with a Master's in Psychology, Karen is a licensed marriage and family therapist with additional certifications in several fields including training as a master addictions counselor, anger management, domestic violence batterers intervention, and multiple modalities of the Positive Parenting Program (Triple P). Karen's areas of focus, as a counselor and therapist, include anxiety & stress management, emotional regulation, emotional/disrupted attachment, parenting, anger management, gambling, sexual addiction, and trauma recovery. Karen specializes in assisting individuals, couples, and families reconnect with themselves, and their loved ones, to reclaim quality of life. 


Brad Klimovitch, BA, CAMS-II, BIF

Brad is the Managing Director and Co-Founder of North Valley Anger Management Consultants. Serving as the Co-Founder of  California Association of Anger Management Providers (CAAMP), a 501c6 non-profit organization, currently serving on the Board of Directors dedicated to the advancement of anger management services, research, and ethical provider services. 

As a member of Psi Chi Honors Society, Brad holds a bachelor’s degree in the field of psychology, with certifications in anger management and domestic violence batterer’s intervention facilitation, and domestic victims’ advocacy. 

As a U.S. Army Veteran, local affiliations include serving as the Post Commander for the Granada Hills VFW Post 2323, Charter Member and Treasurer for the Granada Hills Champagne Toastmasters, past Board of Directors member with the Granada Hills Chamber of Commerce and past President of the Mission Hills Neighborhood Council. 

Brad is an advocate for Veteran Affairs and families struggling to maintain peaceful co-existence. Brad strives to increase community awareness of the symptoms and impact of domestic violence and post traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) to help people take positive steps to create meaningful change and promote healthy relationships.

Serving as an inspirational community leader, Brad’s community commitment promotes Veteran Affairs while supporting small and medium sizes businesses in our community as a priority for future generations to come.