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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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DISPUTE RESOLUTION STUDENTS: Two and one-half hour presentations of the A.M.P. Program in were facilitated in Dispute Resolution Programs, in three campuses of Mercy College in New York, and as part of a two session seminar of Dave Wolffe’s “Sociology of Conflict” class at John Jay College of Criminal Justice.
Responses:
This seminar has been conducted since 2004. Professors and students have found this program useful. Many students have commented that they should have received this training when they were younger.
TEACHER EDUCATION STUDENTS: Two hour presentations were give in several New York City area colleges. This particular training was designed to fulfill the New York State Department of Education’s violence prevention workshop requirement. as well as expose students to classroom behavior management techniques for them to use in their teaching careers.
Responses:
1. This form of the program has been facilitated since 2008. Most of those attending this presentation described it as being helpful. This response comes from conversations, as well as from feedback surveys participants have completed at the conclusion of the seminar.
2. According to Dr. Mike Kelly, Ph.D, Dominican College (Rockland County, N.Y.) Director, of both the Graduate Programs in Education and Adolescence and Special Education Certification Officer
“It gives me great pleasure to share with you my feelings about Dave Wolffe’s work in violence prevention. He has been working with me for two years as a consultant providing a two hour seminar in violence prevention, per Project SAVE requirements, for our graduate and undergraduate teaching candidates. He has delivered presentations to both large and small groups on a semestral basis. His love for his craft and his desire to make the world a safer, better place, are pervasive in his interactive presentation style. The students enjoy his banter and his message. We are fortunate to have him as we prepare our teachers.”
MASTERS PROGRAM GUIDANCE AND COUNSELING STUDENTS:
This seminar was presented to this group as a one hour classroom presentation. It was focused on explaining the reasons for and kinds of behavior students exhibit when they are angry and how to help them manage this feeling in appropriate ways.


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