Teaching students to manage their emotions is one of the most powerful lessons a teacher or counselor can provide. Anger management is especially important whether you work in a school, counseling center or violence prevention program. With Poster #612 from the mental health experts at Youth Change Workshops, that anger management message will come through loud and clear. Bold and eye-catching, the yellow background makes the red text hard to miss- "He who angers you conquers you." As part of your daily lessons about self-control in an elementary, middle, or high school, this poster will really impact your students and make them think about how they respond in tough situations. As part of a school-wide anger and behavior management program, Poster #612 can have a huge impact on issues of bullying and violence.
This powerhouse poster is a 24/7 reminder to students that they need to control and manage their anger. The poster is designed with the expertise that comes from years working in the education and mental health fields. Youth Change Workshops knows posters like this can be the most effective interventions for your toughest kids. Appropriate for classrooms, hallways, treatment centers, therapy offices, guidance counselors, juvenile courts, corrections, and alcohol and drug programs, Poster #612 helps eliminate excuses for bad behavior while shifting the focus to anger management.
The only person in charge of your reactions is you– and if you let the other person make you angry, then they win. This important anger management message will really resonate with youth and adults as they work to build self-control and to manage their anger. When other anger management and self-control interventions have failed, this counseling poster will be a reminder to students that they are accountable for their own reactions, and that to truly win, they need to take control and stay in control. Poster #612 from Youth Change Workshops is just the tool you need to help reduce anger and violence in your school, counseling therapy office, guidance room, detention room, in-school suspension class or violence prevention program.