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Anger Management for Children - Adults and Children Together Against Violence

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Adults and Children Together Against Violence

Adults and Children Together (ACT) Against Violence is a violence prevention project that concentrates on adults who raise, care for, and teach children ages from 0 to 8 years. It was created to prevent violence by helping these adults to be positive role models and discover skills to train young kids nonviolent new ways to resolve conflicts, handle frustration, and handle anger.

This method includes a national media campaign, which raises awareness about how precisely the behavior of parents along with other adults is going to influence children; and practicing community professionals who assist families along with adults to show them the relevant skills of violence prevention.

ACT produces training manuals and compiles publications journal articles, book chapters, as well as other publications that address topics in connection with children, violence, and violence prevention. ACT is a collaboration of the American Psychological Association, the National Association for the Education of Young Children, and the Ad Council.

Additional information, advice and tips to help with anger management for children.