April 09

Manage Anger and Bullying

Relax Kids have recently released a new ANGER MANAGEMENT CD that helps children relax and manage their anger. Relaxation strategies such as progressive muscle relaxation, breathing exercises, positive self talk and visualisations have been shown to be extremely effective treatment components for reducing stress and tension in children and young people. 

Helping a child who continues to bully, deal with their emotions, anger and aggression is vital. Encouraging children to develop empathy skills is also important as is helping a child recognize that they are a good person, deep down inside. 

Relaxation can play an important part in this process as children spend time thinking about their behaviour and connecting with their goodness and strengths. 


These tracks can be used to help bring peace and calm to children, as well as provide anger management tools to prevent future outbreaks. This CD can also help promote empathetic skills and a positive expression of feelings. It helps children feel their own power and helps give them the power to improve their behaviour. Examples include: stepping into a cooling pool, floating like a feather, melting and sitting in a peaceful cave. These relaxations aim to develop peace and calm as children are introduced to relaxation exercises and simple anger management techniques.  

Visit the Relax Kids website to find out more about helping children deal with anger management. 

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