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Helping Teens Manage Anger

Training to Help Teens Manage Anger And Resolve Conflicts Peacefully: P.E.A.C.E. Inc.
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Dave Wolffe

Founder and Program Coordinator


1. What is P.E.A.C.E., Inc.? P.E.A.C.E.
(Peace Enhancement Attained-Collaborative Efforts) is an independent , Not-For –Profit, 501c3 Tax Exempt Organization.


2. What do you want to accomplish?
Our primary purpose is to empower young people to express anger and manage conflict in positive ways.


3. How do you expect to accomplish this goal?
We design and facilitate programs for youth, as well as parents, educators, social workers, youth workers, and all those whose lives touch young people, and implement these plans based on the specific needs of the individuals, organizations and agencies who request our services.


4. What kinds of programs have you done?
We have facilitated a variety of programs. Presentations have been done for secondary school and college students, for parents and professionals whose careers touch the lives of youth. They take into account the needs of particular groups, and time limitations. Programs include,


a. Those based on, “The Anger Management Power (A.M.P.) Program developed by Dave Wolffe, Founder and Coordinator of P.E.A.C.E., Inc.  They include,

  • Presentations facilitated in school subject classes and as part of a program for youngsters interested
    in careers in law enforcement.
  • Training of high school students to become peer facilitators.
  • An activity that was part of a middle school afterschool program.
  • Presentations to college students enrolled in dispute resolution programs.
  • Presentation to high school and elementary school parent associations.
  • Programs facilitated for staff and supervisors of group homes for developmentally disabled adults.
  • Presentations for students enrolled in college Teacher Education programs.
  • Program given to teachers who were being placed in Charter Schools in New York City.
  • Seminar for Masters program students in the field of guidance and counseling.


b.
Conflict Management skills training for teens in a Westchester County YMCA.


c.
A seminar , provided as part of a community outreach program by Four Winds Hospital, focusing on ways of handling conflict in a family.


Information on these programs will be presented in depth as part of the “Outreach Programs” Section of this website.


5. What are other ways we can get information on anger and conflict management from P.E.A.C.E., Inc.?


a.
The book, Peace: The Other Side of Anger, based on The Anger Management Power (A.M.P.) Program can be obtained through this website or from Amazon.com.  It is written as a guide for parents, educators, social workers and youth workers to help them to understand anger in teens and provides ways for the reader to empower young people to handle anger in positive ways.


b.
In the “Useful Resources” section of this website there are links to agencies that can provide additional resources.


6. How are the fees for your services determined?
Fees are based on the length of the program being designed for your group and on its budgetary considerations. This aspect of providing this service to you is determined prior to the facilitation of the program, in a private conference attended by individuals empowered to make this decision by your organization and he Program Coordinator of P.E.A.C.E., Inc.


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