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Here are the resources we found for anger for parents and families:

Teen Aggression and Violence

This webpage gives parents and carers information in regards teenage aggression and violence. The information sheet is broken down into 4 sections; why are they doing it?, what can I do?, what if it doesn’t work, and what if things get really bad.

Anger

Although anger is a normal emotion, persistent or uncontrollable anger can have very serious consequences.

This page from the Black Country CAMHS site provides an introduction to anger, including generalised anxiety and social anxiety. It includes tips to support young people, and a set of additional links.

Conduct Disorder

This single page from Black Country Minds website explains what conduct disorders are, and provides some advice for young people (and their families) where serious behavioural problems are a concern. Having a child with a conduct disorder can have a devastating effect upon family life, and this page provides a starting point for seeking support.

Anger

This webpage is for anyone who wants to learn how to deal with anger in a constructive and healthy way. It is also for anyone with a friend or family member who has a problem with anger.

Organisation

Base 25

Base 25 is a young person’s drop in centre based in Wolverhampton city centre. They offer a wide range of advice covering numerous topics including; child sexual exploitation, gangs, anger management, gender based project, young dads work and, counselling.

Teen Aggression and Violence

This webpage gives parents and carers information in regards teenage aggression and violence. The information sheet is broken down into 4 sections; why are they doing it?, what can I do?, what if it doesn’t work, and what if things get really bad.

Anger

Although anger is a normal emotion, persistent or uncontrollable anger can have very serious consequences.

This page from the Black Country CAMHS site provides an introduction to anger, including generalised anxiety and social anxiety. It includes tips to support young people, and a set of additional links.

Conduct Disorder

This single page from Black Country Minds website explains what conduct disorders are, and provides some advice for young people (and their families) where serious behavioural problems are a concern. Having a child with a conduct disorder can have a devastating effect upon family life, and this page provides a starting point for seeking support.

Organisation

Base 25

Base 25 is a young person’s drop in centre based in Wolverhampton city centre. They offer a wide range of advice covering numerous topics including; child sexual exploitation, gangs, anger management, gender based project, young dads work and, counselling.

Organisation

Base 25

Base 25 is a young person’s drop in centre based in Wolverhampton city centre. They offer a wide range of advice covering numerous topics including; child sexual exploitation, gangs, anger management, gender based project, young dads work and, counselling.

Teen Aggression and Violence

This webpage gives parents and carers information in regards teenage aggression and violence. The information sheet is broken down into 4 sections; why are they doing it?, what can I do?, what if it doesn’t work, and what if things get really bad.

Anger

Although anger is a normal emotion, persistent or uncontrollable anger can have very serious consequences.

This page from the Black Country CAMHS site provides an introduction to anger, including generalised anxiety and social anxiety. It includes tips to support young people, and a set of additional links.

Conduct Disorder

This single page from Black Country Minds website explains what conduct disorders are, and provides some advice for young people (and their families) where serious behavioural problems are a concern. Having a child with a conduct disorder can have a devastating effect upon family life, and this page provides a starting point for seeking support.