A must-have resource for dealing with the most daunting challenge in any school Written for teachers, parents, and clinicians, Coping with Anger offers an invaluable guide to dealing with disruptive behavior problems in the classroom. Based on the expertise of 15 nationally recognized violence prevention experts, this book outlines the nine critical elements of effective violence prevention programs. Flick embraces a multifaceted approach that includes family, peers, the media, and community, using group work, discussion, role playing, and social skills practice. The book includes approaches that have been tested on a wide range of students of different ethnic and racial backgrounds. Grad L. Flick (Biloxi, MS) has extensive experience in both research and clinical practice with children, adolescents, and adults who have attention deficit disorder, learning disabilities, and emotional problems. He is the author of Power Parenting for Children with ADD/ADHD (0-87628-877-8) and ADD/ADHD Behavior-Change Resource Kit (0-87628-144-7).