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At Risk Youth

An Adolescent Anger Management Program

"Aggression Replacement Training" (ART) is an evidence based, cognitive behavioral multi-concept intervention program. The theory behind the ART curriculum is that aggression is a learned behavior and chronically aggressive youth often do not have the pro-social skills needed to maintain a non-aggressive lifestyle.

ART believes these youth must be given the OPPORTUNITY to learn pro-social alternative to aggressive behaviors. The ART curriculum incorporates these separate interventions, Skillstreaming, Anger Control Training, and Moral Reasoning to alter the behavior of chronically aggressive adolescents.

Session Information

  • ART participants meet twice weekly, for 8 weeks, on Monday and Thursday evenings.
  • Classes run from 6:00-8:00pm ART serves youth ages 12-17 years of age who are experiencing chronically aggressive behaviors and/or are currently involved with the justice system.
  • A one-time $75 non-refundable program fee is required per participant.
  • A new session starts every 8 weeks. You must be enrolled to attend.
  • Enrollment is accepted throughout the year. To Enroll: Contact Heather Snapp, or 316.269.4160

October 2019

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