Has your teen been rude or aggressive lately? Anger is a normal emotion that must be expressed healthily to prevent building up of any negative thoughts. But when a teenager is unable to do that, they lose control and create situations that could be difficult to handle.
Those who struggle with self-control may create problems and difficulties for themselves as well as others. In addition, it is not always easy to re-establish self-control without assistance. Click here for the group flyer for kids age
The Adolescent Anger Management Program is designed to help youth recognize and normalize anger. By being able to gain a better understanding of self, one will learn to better control anger so that is does not lead to violent outbursts. Specific Goals Individuals will learn to: Recognize the role of individual responsibilty in changing "maladaptive" behavior.
Is your teenager struggling with anger? Our Denver anger management counseling for teens can help. We specialize in treating anger problems for teens in Denver, Colorado. Your teenager will learn what causes their anger and how to deal with the real issue.
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With her experiences of working with the most challenging, disengaged young people, Sam Ross has learned that any approach that loses the person and tries to treat the anger will always ultimately fail. Instead, it is all about relationship, about communication, about exchange and understanding the individual ways that anger is a friend to many teens. Writing in her own voice, she provides practical advice and suggestions for those working with young people.
Whether your teen throws his smartphone against the wall when he's frustrated an app won't work, or he yells and swears when he doesn't get his way, teens who can't manage their anger are bound to have serious problems. While some teens lash out verbally, others may become physically aggressive. And if they don't learn how to manage their anger better, they'll have difficulty in relationships, in their careers, and throughout their educational endeavors.
Samantha Hanly is an organic vegetable gardener, greenhouse gardener and home canner. She grows a substantial portion of her family's food every year. After receiving her bachelor's degree, Hanly embarked on a career teaching dramatic arts, arts and crafts, and languages. She became a professional writer inwriting curricula for use in classrooms and libraries.
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