Aggression Replacement Training (ART)

Categories

Categories associated with best practice:

  • Health Equity
  • Individual
  • PP-icon1
  • Teens (ages 13-18) icon
  • Community/ Neighbourhood
  • Elementary School Icon 1
  • Mental Health Icon 2
  • Secondary School Icon 1

Overview

The ART intervention is a multimodal, cognitive behavioural group program administered by trained staff to improve social skills and moral reasoning, reduce aggression, and teach anger management skills to challenging youth.

The program consists of skillstreaming, designed to teach a broad curriculum of prosocial behaviour, anger control training, a method for empowering youth to modify their own anger responsiveness, and moral reasoning training, to help motivate youth to employ the skills learned via the other components. The ART intervention is typically implemented according to a 10-week program.

Primary Source Document

N/A

Contact information of developer(s) and/or implementer(s)

N/A

Intervention Focus

N/A

Health Issue(s) that is/are addressed by the Intervention

N/A

N/A

Specific Activities of the Intervention

N/A

Priority/Target Population for Intervention Delivery

N/A

Outcomes

N/A

Adaptability

Implementation History

N/A

Expertise Required for Implementation within the Context of the Intervention

N/A

Are there supports available for implementation?

N/A

Are there resources and/or products associated with the interventions?

N/A