This is an Eight Week Course
Your class occurs in-person** over 8-weeks from 6:00pm – 7:30pm on the following Tuesdays: September 8*, September 15. September 22*, September 29, October 6*, October 13, October 20*, October 27.
*Parent/guardian attendance is expected on the 1st, 3rd, 5th and 7th nights of the class.
**Our community’s safety and health are very important to us! To that end, please be advised that in accordance with the City of Denver order and with best practices, masks are required to enter our building and must be worn in all common spaces. In addition, upon entry and before your meeting/class, we will administer a no touch temperature check and ask you to answer a verbal health screen.
Designed for youth ages 11-18, Addressing Conflict and Anger Effectively for Youth is a skills-based curriculum specifically tailored to address concerns and difficulties youth are experiencing around making healthy decisions for themselves as well as how to recognize their emotions, especially anger, and manage them in non-violent ways.
This 8-week class covers such topics as the decision-making process, recognizing and weighing consequences, communication skills, types of power, conflict management, handling authority, the positive and negative consequences of anger, personal anger history, fair fighting, triggers and cool-downs, problem-solving, and much more. Parent/guardian attendance is expected on the 1st, 3rd, 5th and 7th nights of the class.
The Conflict Center understands, that throughout a child’s development, parents play a critical role in the development of social and emotional skills. In recognition of this, we have built a parent-involvement component into each of our youth programs. Parents or guardians participate in half of the class sessions, those which focus on family communication and skill-building.
Certification of completion issued on last day of class.
PRICE: $180.00 per person for the full series.
We welcome full payment on the first night, but do not require it. We do ask for a $50 downpayment on the first class, and for full payment by the third class at the latest. If you anticipate a problem with this payment schedule, please contact Collin Heng-Patton at 303.865.5621 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
We keep our classes small with 8-16 participants in each class to maximize time for sharing personal experiences and to ask questions as needed.
Have a question on whether this class is right for your youth, or the content being covered? Give us a call at 303-433-4983, we’re happy to assist in any way.
Clients receiving financial assistance from any agency – court, work, etc.- must submit payment voucher to complete registration process. You can contact The Conflict Center at 303-433-4983 or email@example.com and we can register you over the phone.
* This series is preventative in nature. These classes are not designed for teens who have been convicted of multiple offenses or who have an extensive history of physical violence.