Anger management tools

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Anger – Article

“Anger is the deepest form of compassion,” poet and philosopher David Whyte wrote in reclaiming the unseen dimensions of everyday words. “The internal living flame of anger always illuminates what we belong to, what we wish to protect and what we are willing to hazard ourselves for.” Anyone who has ever flared with anger at a loved one has brushed with this strange dissonance and knows it to be true on a most primal level. And yet we continue to judge — and especially to self-judge — only one side of anger, its destructive face, neglecting its paradoxical but profound constructive function as a mobilizing agent for our values. Source

Grades K-5

Counseling Blog with a lot of coping strategies for anger                        

(Click this site it has awesome resources)

Zones of Regulation is a Great system to integrate into your classroom. (Paid for Materials) (Free share materials) (Tablet APP)

 

Therapy worksheets related to Anger for Children

Visuals for the classroom(K-1)  Solution KIT

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Tucker Turtle Takes Time to Tuck and Think Slide Show , PPT

 

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Angry Bird Lessons

Angry Bird Posters

Angry Bird Student Book

Grades 6-12

PSYCHOLOGY TOOLS COGNITIVE BEHAVIORAL THERAPY (CBT) WORKSHEETS FOR ANGER MANAGEMENT

Therapy worksheets related to Anger

Anger Worksheets

ANGER MANAGEMENT WORKBOOK

Anger Mapping- UNDERSTANDING AND REDUCING ANGRY FEELINGS

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Scaling is a good strategy to help with perspective taking.

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