Introducing Brave the Rage



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Is your child angry?

Anger is a natural part of people's emotions that can spill out negatively in everyday life. This can range from temper tantrums in small children to domestic violence in adult life.

A number of factors such as death, divorce and separation make us angry.

Society today for children and young people is a scary time. Fear turns to rage and anger. Children and young people need to learn to BRAVE THE RAGE.

46% of children and young people say they have been bullied at school at some point in their lives.

43% of teenage girls say it is acceptable for a boyfriend to be aggressive to his partner.

38% of young people have been affected by cyber-bullying.

15% of teenage girls could not say if punching was domestic abuse.

Source: NSPCC 2010


Brave the Rage provides families, professionals and carers of children and young people experiencing anger with simple, practical techniques for controlling anger and temper tantrums.

Brave the Rage easy-to-use Step by Step plan allows children and young people to identify their pain and anger, helping to release stress in a positive way and increase emotional resilience.

Brave the Rage offers Anti-Bullying and Anger Management Training, Workshops and Support to parents, carers and professionals/ teachers working with children and young people

"We offer reflection of body anger zones, anger management, positive body language and on-the-spot instant relaxation techniques that provide a ‘safe space’ and solutions to their anger"


The Cyber Bullying Epidemic

Julie K Wilkinson, Vice Chair for Children England Regional Sub Group, highlights a growing problem for children growing up in the 21st century.

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