Anger Management

Publications and Tools
Publications and Tools
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Website Icon Implementation Research: A Synthesis of the Literature
A full research monograph of work by the Louis de la Parte Florida Mental Health Institute, University of South Florida. In this document you will find a detailed summary of the science of implementation. The study of the findings of research ...

Website Icon Nurturing Parenting Programs
Website offering resources designed to build nurturing parenting skills and prevent abusive and neglecting parenting and child-rearing practices. Home- and community-based programs aim to lower the rate of multi-parent teenage pregnancies, reduce ...

Website Icon Peace Talks - Preventing Violence DVDs
Michael Pritchard uses a 10 video series of 30 minute lessons to teach grade 6-12 students to avoid dangerous situations in the streets, at school, and in the home. Real students were filmed in diverse schools in the USA in the series that ...

PDF Icon The Role of High School Mental Health Providers in Preventing Suicide
A factsheet supporting steps school psychologists and school counselors can take to reduce suicide risk in students. Topics include facts about suicide risk among high school students, identifying and responding to warning signs, appropriate ...

Website Icon An Educator’s Guide to Children’s Mental Health
The Minnesota Association for Childrens Mental Health provides free fact sheets for educators. Childrens mental health disorder specific fact sheets in both English and Spanish for preschool and the childhood years are included. The fact sheets ...

PDF Icon Behavioral Health Barometer, SAMHSA
One of a series of State and National Reports that provide a snapshot of the state of behavioral health in the Nation. This resource is an excellent guide and planning tool for local districts to compare data and plan for trends. This array of ...

Website Icon California Department of Education School Safety Resources
The California Department of Education's Safe Schools web page offers a list of available training opportunities, resources and technical assistance to help establish school/community environments that are physically and emotionally safe, well ...

Website Icon California Healthy Kids Survey
A California statewide survey of resiliency, protective factors and risk behaviors of students in grades 5, 7, 9 and 11. The survey features three main domains: Physical Health, Safety and Social Emotional Health. Data is collected for each domain ...

Website Icon Center for the Study and Prevention of Violence (CSPV)
Housed at the University of Colorado Boulder, the CSPV disseminates information/resources, offers technical assistance and conducts research related to understanding and preventing violence, particularly adolescent violence. The website provides a ...

PDF Icon Conflict is Normal: Ages 10-14
Adults need to see themselves as guides or gatekeepers to help children ages 10-14 deal with conflict. Although children in this stage can take on more responsibility for themselves, parents need to be available both physically and emotionally as ...

PDF Icon Conflict is Normal: Ages 15-18
Adults need to see themselves as role models when helping teens deal with conflict. Teens questions often have a deeper meaning than what appears on the surface; therefore, adults need to be prepared to ask questions while being cautious not to ...

PDF Icon Conflict is Normal: Ages 6-9
Adults dont need to step into every situation, but ongoing interaction with children about their word choices and actions is very appropriate. This 1-page reproducible handout describes what to expect from children at this stage, typical female ...

Website Icon Fix School Discipline
Produced by the Public Counsel of California this website contains a toolkit to support and guide schools in addressing discipline and creating positive climates for student learning and wellness. Numerous resources are listed and specific ...

PDF Icon Guide for Preventing and Responding to School Violence
The guide is designed to support schools in creating safer learning environments. It includes sections on Crisis Planning and Preparation, During a Major Crisis and After a Crisis. A full range of collaboration for safer schools is encouraged.

PDF Icon Guiding Principles: A Resource Guide for Improving School Climate and Discipline
Published by the U.S. Department of Education in January 2014 this guide provides three principles for improving school climate with practical action steps. The principles include: creating a positive school climate using evidence-based ...

Website Icon National Association of School Psychologists
The Association is focused on helping children achieve their best in school, at home and in life. There are a number of resources to support schools with mental wellness in addition to strategies for coping with school violence or a crisis. Some ...

Website Icon National Institute of Mental Health
The Child and Adolescent Mental Health page of the National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH) website features a wide array of free resources including publications, tools and study results. The Institute focuses on transforming the understanding ...

Website Icon Network of Care California
The website hosts a service directory highlighting local resources for 37 counties in California. A learning center is available at each countys link to educate, inform and provide access to information on topics including physical and behavioral ...

Website Icon Rachel’s Challenge
Site is dedicated to supporting positive school climate for students by bringing awareness to issues of bullying, isolation and despair. “Rachel's Challenge is a series of student empowering programs and strategies that equip students and adults to ...

PDF Icon Responding to Crisis at a School
Resource aid outlines school crisis intervention, responding to crisis in schools and strategic guides for responding to crisis. Addressing specific areas of concern such as "Community and Gang Violence" and "Recommendations for the Support and ...

PDF Icon Safeguarding Our Children: An Action Guide
An action guide to help administrators, communities and family members create safe, connected and supportive environments in schools. The guide details strategies to build a school-wide foundation, respond to early warning signs, and for the ...

PDF Icon School-Based Restorative Justice: Lessons from West Oakland
Report examines the use of restorative justice at Cole Middle School in West Oakland, California. Restorative Justice is utilized at Cole as an alternative to zero-tolerance practices that are often used for suspension and expulsion. The report ...

Website Icon stopbullying.gov
A federal government website managed by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. Includes resources and information on the definition of bullying/cyberbullying, who's at risk and how to respond and prevent bullying. Includes updates, ...

Website Icon The National Child Traumatic Stress Network
The mission of the National Child Traumatic Stress Network is “To raise the standard of care and improve access to services for traumatized children, their families and communities throughout the United States.” The focus is on raising public ...

Website Icon UCLA Center for Mental Health in Schools
The UCLA Center for Mental Health in Schools offers a number of resources and tools as well as a program clearinghouse and publications to support schools in creating environments for social emotional wellness and academic success. They also have an ...