Anger Advocacy Project for young people affected by adult anger


...the lives of those affected by anger – whether that’s their own, witnessed in others, or experienced by traumatic events.


...the emotional wellbeing in young people, help build their resilience, improve their self-esteem and teach them how to use their anger healthily.


...thriving communities; such as schools, families, and businesses so that the younger generation will have a flourishing future

Transforming anger to positive action

Improving the lives of young people affected by adult anger

Student Presentation


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‘Tanya first started working with students at ASHS in 2017, delivering the CHAMP initiative (Children's Healthy Anger Management Programme) to identified students to support and promote their mental health, wellbeing and decision making. Tanya's non-threatening and supportive approach had a very positive impact. Her level of emotional intelligence and empathy to really understand the challenges faced by young people on an individual basis contributed greatly to the success of her work. We have continued our working relationship with Tanya and look forward to this relationship continuing in the years to come to support young people within our community’.

Rob Connolly - Head of school

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'Anger can be a difficult thing for young people to talk about and come to terms with. Yet it can massively impact the way young people think and the choices they make. Tanya has been working with our school for several years and has provided 1:1 sessions with many of our students -boys and girls and a variety of age groups. Tanya's main strength is in building a relationship often with quite disaffected young people. Once this relationship is in place, Tanya will work to pick up the roots of anger within the young person and then come up with strategies to try and move them forward. She writes very accurate and informative reports I would wholeheartedly recommend her to you or your organisation.'

Nick O'Brian - Assistant Headteacher


‘It has helped me realise what I do when I am angry and how to control it.’

Young Person - From our CHAMP programme