Two New Guides on Anger Management for Parents Released
Bethesda, MD (Outlet) September 14, 2010 - Almost five children die each day in the United States as a result of child abuse. More than 3 out of 4 of these cases involve children under the age of four. This figure has been on the rise for the past ten years suggesting the problem is only getting worse.
Additionally, the United States Advisory Board reported that near fatal abuse and neglect each year leave 18,000 permanently disabled children and tens of thousands of victims who are overwhelmed by lifelong psychological trauma, thousands of traumatized siblings and family members, and thousands of near-death survivors who, as adults, continue to bear the physical and psychological scars.
These extreme cases of child abuse represent only the tip of the iceberg as roughly 3.2 million cases of child abuse are reported to Child Protective Agencies each year with roughly 25% of those cases involving physical abuse and another 4% involving emotional abuse.
These statistics reflect only those cases which are reported which would suggest that there are perhaps hundreds of thousands of additional cases of child abuse that go unreported each year.
In response to the growing need for parents to understand their children’s behavior and to learn to control their own emotions, psychologist and developer of Dr. Joe’s Online Anger Management Class, Joe James has proudly announced the release of two new publications : “Staying Cool When Things are Crazy: Real Anger Management for Parents” and “Anger Management for Kids Made Simple”.
“As a psychologist who specializes in anger management I’ve become increasingly aware of just how prevalent the problem is and how parents truly struggle to stay calm with their children” reports Mr. James.
To deal with this, each booklet covers the problem from a different perspective. “Anger Management for Kids” is focused on helping parents understand the world through their child’s eyes and to change punishment into a learning experience. The second booklet is focused on specific exercises to help parents stay calm in the face of their own stress and their children’s behavior.
For more information on anger management please go to http://www.AngerManagement.net
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