Open Access Graduate Research Paper
In working with a variety of children, in blended families, with relationship problems, with grief issues, from dysfunctional families, and others, this writer recognized that many of these children were angry or were dealing with anger in some way. Omizo, Hershberger and Omizo (1988) confirm this awareness when they stated: "Children are seldom provided with a means of coping with angry feelings" (p. 241).
Year of Submission
Master of Arts
Department of Educational Administration and Counseling
Robert L. Frank
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©1989 Judith L. Philips
Phillips, Judith L., "Anger in children" (1989). Graduate Research Papers. 3086.