- Gang violence
- Rape and molestation
- Destruction of property
- Cruelty to animals
- Indirect aggression such as gossiping or spreading cruel rumors
- Shooting and stabbing
- Internet-based bullying
The Teen Aggression and Bullying Workbook contains six separate sections that will help the participants learn more about themselves as well as how aggression impacts their lives:
- Violence Motivation Scale helps individuals explore reasons they may act aggressively or violently toward other people.
- Environmental Aggression Scale helps individuals identify the extent of their exposure to environmental violence and help them develop strategies to become moreresilient.
- Are You Being Bullied? Scale helps individuals assess whether or not they are being bullied, and if so, to what extent.
- Are You a Bully? Scale helps individuals identify whether they are aggressive and/or bully others, and to what extent.
- Bystander Behavior Scale helps individuals explore how they react and respond in bullying situations.
Depression and Suicide helps individuals identify teens who may be at risk for depression and/or suicide; this 8-page section doesn’t include scales.