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When Aggression is Their Profession: Strategies for Youth Struggling with Aggression

A Mini-Course for Educators

Understanding Aggression in Youth

This workshop is designed to equip caregivers with the knowledge and strategies necessary to identify anger and understand the four stages of anger, as well as the underlying sources of anger that lead to aggression.


Participants will learn how to recognize the role of aggression in negative behaviors displayed by children. By delving into the characteristics of children struggling with aggression, caregivers will gain a deeper understanding of why they resort to aggression as a means to achieve their goals.

Download Your Guide: When Aggression is Their Profession: Strategies for Youth Struggling with Aggression

Our free mini-course, "When Aggression is Their Profession: Strategies for Youth Struggling with Aggression," is packed with practical tips and strategies to help caregivers identify and understand the four stages of anger and the underlying sources that lead to aggression.

Complete the form on the right for an immediate download, begin your journey towards better understanding and managing aggressive behaviors in children today, and enhance their overall well-being. You will be equipped with the tools to recognize the role of aggression in negative behaviors, identify characteristics of children struggling with aggression, and demonstrate strategies to reduce anger and empower them with good social skills for healthy development.

 

In this guide, you'll discover:

-The Importance of recognizing the role of aggression in negative behaviors by children in care.
-The Importance of identifying the characteristics of children struggling with aggression and recognize why they use aggression to achieve their ends.
-Demonstrating strategies to reduce anger in children and empower them with good social skills that support healthy development.

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