By Dr. Barry Glick and Dr. John C. Gibbs
#5979 This classic intervention program is designed to teach at-risk teens in grades 6-12 to understand and replace aggression and antisocial behavior with positive alternatives.
The program’s three-part approach includes training in:
- Prosocial Skills – the program’s behavioral component
- Anger Control – the emotional component
- Moral Reasoning – the values component
The book/manual (3rd edition revised and expanded, $49.99) addresses trainee motivation and resistance, enhancing performance generalization, and recent applications in schools and other settings. Appendices include guidelines, checklists, moral reasoning problem situations, and summaries of outcome evaluations. The accompanying CD provides PDFs of all the reproducible forms and student handouts. 8½ x 11. 426 pages. 2010.
The staff training DVD ($139.99, with book included) illustrates the training procedures contained in the book. The DVD features scenes of adolescents participating in group sessions for each of the three interventions: Prosocial Skills Training, Anger Control, and Moral Reasoning. Viewing time: 59 minutes. A copy of the book/CD accompanies the DVD.