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Kids can manage anger

Lion Tamers, an anger management group for children ages seven to nine years of age who have witnessed abuse, kicks off June 1 in Port Coquitlam.

This is a free art and psycho-educational group, hosted by Tri-City Transitions, for kids who have witnessed physical, emotional or verbal abuse, live in the Tri-Cities area and need support learning healthy ways to express their anger. In this eight-week group, children will learn:

• how to identify and express feelings;

• how to express and control anger;

• how to problem solve and resolve conflict;

• how to develop confidence and self-esteem.

For more information, call 604-941-7111.

 

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