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Anger Management Programme: Using Strength-Based Solutions

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ISBN: 9781907370724
Author(s) : E A Morris,
SKU: LG-ANG-MGE

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There are four books in this series – a Volume 1 and follow-on Volume 2 for both primary and secondary school. Each practical resource is accompanied by its equivalent e-Book on the accompanying CD. To look inside, please select one of the books at a time from the ‘Choose an Option’ drop-down menu above and the ‘Look Inside’ icon will appear each time. Book descriptions for each book are as follows:

Anger Management Programme – Using Strength-based Solutions (Primary – Ages: 5-11+)

This collection of 11 session plans covers every aspect of running an anger management programme, based on appropriate behaviour strategies, with children aged 5-11. By linking to emotional literacy children will learn the skills of self-awareness, self-management, impulse control, active listening, empathy, understanding of non-verbal cues, conflict resolution and mediation. The ultimate aim is to elicit in participants an optimistic outlook, a better focus, and acceptance of other people and how they are. Central to the programme is how to deal with angry outbursts – known as ‘emotional hijacks’ – both pre- and post-hijack. Each session plan details the aim, resources required and method, and is accompanied by reproducible worksheets (also on accompanying CD), including a ‘Feelings Diary’.

Moving on from Anger: Session Plans for Developing Communication Skills and Assertiveness (Primary – Ages: 5-11+)

For children who are able to manage their anger, the next step is to work on other social skills, in particular communication and assertiveness. Suitable for the primary years, this manual covers these areas in 10 one-hour session plans, each clearly outlining the aims of the session, resources required and a step-by-step method with timings. Any resource sheets necessary for the sessions are included and can be freely copied (or printed from the accompanying CD) for handing out to participants. This one-stop resource includes notes on assessment and management suggestions for facilitators as well as ideas on how to run the sessions within Circle Time.

Anger Management – Session Plans Using Strength-based Solutions (Secondary – Ages: 11-17+)

This collection of 11 session plans covers every aspect of running an anger management programme, based on appropriate behaviour strategies, with young people. By linking to emotional literacy, students will learn the skills of self-awareness, self-management, impulse control, active listening, empathy, understanding of non-verbal cues, conflict resolution and mediation. The ultimate aim is to elicit in participants an optimistic outlook, a better focus and acceptance of other people and how they are. Central to the programme is how to deal with angry outbursts – known as ‘emotional hijacks’ – both pre- and post-hijack. Each session plan details the aim, resources required and method, and is accompanied by reproducible worksheets (also on CD).

Beyond Anger Management: Session Plans to improve Communication and Assertiveness Skills (Secondary – Ages: 11-17+)

Help young people learn better communication skills, particularly when to apply the assertive option, with this practical manual. Areas covered include personal rights, behaviour options, body language, making requests and expressing feelings in an emotionally literate way. The exercises allow practice in being assertive, including how to say “No!” confidently. An assertiveness questionnaire allows you to monitor progress. Particularly useful as a follow-up programme to any anger management course. Includes photocopiable worksheets to be copied or printed off from the accompanying CD.

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Anger Management Programme (All Ages – 4 Books with CD), Anger Management Programme (Primary), Moving on from Anger (Primary), Anger Management Programme (Secondary), Beyond Anger Management (Secondary)