The AAMP program has been developed to help young people better understand anger and its underlying emotions. Schools can invite small group of students to take part in the program, which is delivered in two-hour sessions across six weeks. Students will learn how to identify triggers, understand how anger works and develop strategies to cope with difficult situations. The program covers these topics through games, activities, discussion, group work, pair work and some take home exercises.
Students who participate in AAMP will learn strategies to better:
- Problem solve
- Relate to others
- Cope with their feelings and build self-esteem