Anger Coping (AC)
Anger Coping (AC) is a school-based group intervention that focuses on developing anger management skills. Anger Coping aims to equip students with the social processing and behavioral skills needed to reduce impulsive and reactive aggressive responses to anger. Students in Anger Coping will learn skills such as: the anger continuum, understanding physiological responses to anger, connection between thoughts-feelings-behavior, social problem solving, and self-calming techniques. Anger Coping is designed to be used in the elementary and middle school setting for the 3rd through 8th grades. This one day training will equip clinicians working in schools to facilitate the Anger Coping program. The training includes role plays and hands-on practice of specific Anger Coping components.
Sybil Dunlap, LCSW
Mental Health Consultant
The Center for Childhood Resilience
Ann & Robert H. Lurie Children's Hospital of Chicago
Date, Time & Location
Friday, February 19, 2016, from 8:30 a.m. to 3 p.m.
CPS Cluster 5 Office
6533 S. Stewart
Chicago, IL 60621 (see map/get directions)
- This training is open to school social workers, school psychologists, school counselors, social workers and psychologists from community agencies that are working in schools.
- Registration Fee: $100. Fee does NOT include the Anger Coping manual. If possible, purchase and bring manual to training. Manuals can be purchased at http://www.guilford.com/books/Helping-Schoolchildren-Cope-with-Anger/Larson-Lochman/9781606239735
- Registration: Please use our secure, online registration form to secure your spot at this event. The registration deadline for this training is Friday, February 5. We encourage you to register soon!