The Anger Alphabet: Understanding Anger - An Emotional Development Programme for Young Children Aged 6-12

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SAGE Publications, Nov 30, 2012 - Education - 192 pages
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'The Anger Alphabet is invaluable for those who work with young people as professionals in either education or social care. This second edition gives sound advice, practical activities, and a clearly structured programme of experiences with new illustrations, activities for outdoors and new practical tools such as charts, checklists and lists of strategies for young people, their parents and their teachers'
Terri Harrison, Nature Nurture Project, Camphill School, Aberdeen

An ideal resource for primary teachers, this practical book helps children understand anger and identify links with other emotions with an interactive programme using 26 elements. They will learn skills to effectively manage their anger with activities and exercises.

New to this edition is:

- information on recent initiatives on anger management in schools

- models and top tips for coping with anger

- new activities and ideas

- further information for young children aged 5-9

This instructional guide for teachers comes with photocopiable worksheets and activities suitable for both group and individual work for the whole-class which are available to download online.

Tina Rae has 25 years experience working with children, adults and families in both clinical and educational contexts within local authorities. She is currently a Professional and Academic tutor on the Doctorate in Child and Educational Psychology at University of East London.

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Tina Rae has over 25 years experience working with children, adults and families in both clinical and educational contexts within local authorities and specialist educational services. Tina specializes in social, emotional and behavioural disorders and difficulties. She has undertaken research in the areas of engagement and disaffection with learning in young people, debriefing following critical incidents, attachement disorders, emotional well being and psychological assessment of young offenders. Tina is also a prolific author and has written extensively on topics such as wellbeing, attachment, emotional literacy, behavioural problems, anger and stress management, critical incidents, cognitive behavioural therapy, motivational interviewing, solution-focused brief therapy, loss and bereavement in young people, youth offending and social skills development.

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