Part I: What do we mean by anger? 1. Introduction 2. Perspectives on anger 3. What does anger do to you? 4. What do we do with anger? Part II: Planning to avoid the storm 5. Managing systems 6. Managing ourselves 7. Managing children and young people Part III: The fireworks 8. Working with angry children 9. The explosion 10. The aftermath Part IV: Practical applications 11. Help for parents and carers 12. Help for teaching assistants 13. Risk Management Part V: Appendices
Adrian Faupel was, before retirement, Professional and Academic Tutor to the Doctorate in Educational Psychology at the University of Southampton, UK.Elizabeth Herrick is an Independent Educational Psychologist working directly with children, young people, families and schools. She also provides educational consultancy with regard to SEND to local authorities.Peter M. Sharp is a freelance consultant having experience in health, mental health, social care, education and Children's Services.
'A very useful, practical guide for adults who work with or live with children and young people who have anger management issues.'Glenys Fox, author of A Handbook for Teaching Assistants and Supporting Children with Behaviour Difficulties