Anger Management Classes for Kids & Teens

Carlos Todd, PhD

Facts About Anger in Kids and Teens

  • 7 out of 10 teens in the U.S. identify anxiety or depression as a significant issue among their peers. This indicates a widespread recognition of mental health struggles within their age group and leads to anger issues among teens.s.
  • 75% of U.S. high school students experience negative emotions such as boredom, anger, sadness, fear, or stress while at school. This suggests that the school environment may be contributing to or exacerbating these emotions.
  • American teens rate their stress levels at an average of 5.8 on a 10-point scale, significantly higher than what is considered normal for adults (3.8). This highlights the heightened levels of stress and anger experienced by teenagers. .
  • Three-quarters (75%) of high schoolers and half of middle schoolers report feeling stressed "often or always" due to schoolwork. This indicates that academic demands are a major source of stress for many students across different grade levels.
  • The majority of adolescents experience a moderate degree of anger, with 41% of them demonstrating this emotion through behaviors such as shouting and engaging in physical altercations.

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Explaining Anger Situations in Kids and Teens

Here are the common situations that can cause anger among kids and teens: 
  • Classroom disruptions
  • Bullying or aggressive behavior
  • Homework and assignments
  • Perceived injustice
  • Test anxiety
  • Lack of coping skills
  • Authority issues
  • Personal frustrations
  • Unmet expectations
  • Social pressures
  • Lack of emotional regulation
  • Stress and overwhelm
  • Negative self-perception
  • Communication issues

Who Should Take Anger Management Class for Kids and Teens?

Here are the kids and teens who might benefit from enrolling in an anger management program:
  • Experience frequent anger outbursts
  • Exhibiting aggressive behavior
  • Have difficulty coping with emotions
  • Suffer from impulse control issue
  • Exhibit the signs of chronic irritability
  • Experience social and academic challenges
  • Victims of bullying
  • Belong to broken families
  • History of trauma
  • Peer pressure

Anger management classes should ideally be led by qualified professionals who understand child and adolescent psychology and can provide tailored guidance and strategies.

What Can A Child Expect to Learn from A Kid Or Teen Anger Management Class?

In a teen anger management class, children can expect to learn valuable skills and strategies that will help them better understand and manage their emotions, particularly anger.

Through a combination of discussions, activities, and practical exercises, children will gain the following insights and tools:

  • Emotional awareness
  • Coping techniques
  • Communication skills
  • Problem-solving
  • Self-regulation
  • Recognizing body signals
  • Empathy and perspective-taking
  • Positive outlets
  • Identifying triggers
  • Self-esteem and confidence
  • Long-term impact

These skills extend beyond managing anger and can positively influence their emotional well-being and social interactions.

How to Enroll in an Anger Management Class for Kids and Teens?

Follow these easy steps to sign up for anger management classes:

  • Select the course specific to your needs.
  • Select the “Individual” option if you want to enroll individually.
  • In case of bulk course purchase, select “Group”, add the number of courses, and specify group name.
  • Click “Add to Cart”.
  • Add “Billing Details”.
  • Click “Place Order”.

Our Benefits

All of our anger classes are available om any device 24/7.
Unlike their regular coursework, your teen will find that with these anger management classes, they can proceed at their own pace, moving quickly or slowly according to their learning styles. The course are in audio, visual and interactive format.
Classes vary from as short as 4 hours to as long as 36 hours, meaning your teen can take any of our courses on their schedule.

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