This program explores the subject of anger from the student point of view while presenting some strategies for managing it. Dramatizations of school-oriented confrontations, candid interviews with children and teenagers, and insightful commentary by psychologists, a youth counselor, and a social worker serve as windows into a disruptive and potentially destructive emotion. Issues such as the effects of media role models on the development of antisocial coping mechanisms are addressed, and a group therapy session is documented.
Teen Definitions of Anger (2:37) -- Anger: A Normal Human Emotion (3:23) -- Gender Differences with Anger (1:50) -- Controlling Anger (2:28) -- Expressing Anger (3:14) -- Group Counseling Sessions (4:56) -- Success of Counseling Sessions (2:23)
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