Understanding Anger & Its Forms
Ages: 8-13 years
Study time: 1.5 hours
Anger is a natural part of life. How we express it is what matters. This interactive workshop focuses on helping children understand what anger is, the various forms of anger and how to express it in the most constructive manner.
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The workshop raises self reflection questions about how we express anger, what our anger triggers are and discusses the next steps and the tools and actions needed to help our children or youth to manage their anger constructively.
75 Min Live Session
15 Min Q&A
1 PDF Download
How can you benefit from the workshop?
Become a Changemaker
Children and youth attending the workshop will develop a greater understanding of anger, the different anger expression styles as well as the tools needed to manage one's anger constructively. The workshop focuses on improving awareness of actions, surroundings and intentionally reflect on one's actions going forward. The participants will also learn problem solving tools.
Gift of Understanding
This workshop is beneficial for parents and guardians also to understand the world of emotions our children and youth are navigating and to help guide them better.
To register 3 or more people in this workshop
Sana (from Empower Aces) gave our high school parent council an excellent short session on 'helping teens manage anger constructively'. Her years of youth development training were obvious as she was able to clarify why we need to teach kids how to be angry.
I would highly recommend her to parent councils and groups looking for a speaker that can help mobilize positive changes in our youth.
HDSB School Council Co-Chair
Navigating Anger Constructively
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Meet the instructor
Sana Farid is a Conflict Transformation Practitioner. Sana has a Master’s in Peace Studies with a focus on Conflict Transformation from the Kroc Institute for International Peace Studies at the University of Notre Dame, Indiana. Sana has over fifteen years of experience working with children and youth across North America.