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A complete, readily applicable guide for school-based professionals, this book presents an empirically supported group intervention for 8- to 12-year-olds with anger and aggression problems. The Anger Coping Program has been demonstrated effective in reducing teacher- and parent-directed aggression and enhancing students' classroom behavior, social competence, and academic achievement. In one volume, the authors provide a session-by-session cognitive-behavioral treatment manual, a clear rationale for the program, and instructions for implementation. Also included are detailed guidelines for monitoring outcomes and successfully duplicating the intervention across multiple settings. Many helpful examples enhance the practical utility of the book, as do reproducible teacher handouts, child self-report forms, and parent letters in English and Spanish.
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Jim Larson, PhD, is Professor of Psychology and Director of the School Psychology Program at the University of Wisconsin/n-/Whitewater. He is also a member of the Scientific Board of the Melissa Institute for Violence Prevention and Treatment of Victims of Violence. Before moving to the University of Wisconsin/n-/Whitewater, Dr. Larson was a school psychologist with the Milwaukee Public Schools in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, and the lead psychologist with the Milwaukee schools' Violence Prevention Program. His principal research interests include the treatment of aggression in children and adolescents, school violence prevention, and training procedures in school psychology.
John E. Lochman, PhD, is Professor and Saxon Chairholder in Clinical Psychology at the University of Alabama. He is also an Adjunct Professor in the Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences at Duke University Medical Center. Dr. Lochman's primary research interests include examining the short- and long-term effects of intervention programs provided to high-risk children and adolescents. The school-based and community-based prevention programs he has examined (Anger Coping Program, Coping Power Program, Fast Track Program) use cognitive-behavioral, social problem-solving and social skills training approaches with children, and behavioral training with parents.
Contents Chapter 1 The Development of Aggression Chapter 2 The Empirical Foundation for a Developmental Model of Aggressive Children's Social-Cognitive and Emotional Difficulties Chapter 3 Getting Started with the Anger Coping Program: The Collaborative Roles of Group Leaders and Teachers in Selection and Treatment Chapter 4 Expanding Generalization: Obtaining the Support of Parents, Administrators, and Community Agencies Chapter 5 Preparing for the First Meeting: Procedures to Implement and Pitfalls to Avoid Chapter 6 Outcome Research Results for the Anger Coping Program and the Coping Power Program Chapter 7 The Anger Coping Program Manual Chapter 8 Frequently Asked Questions Chapter 9 Case Example Chapter 10 Afterword Appendices Recommended Further Reading References
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