Anger Triggers Worksheet
Keeping anger in check is important to maintain a child's health, well-being, and personal relationships. One of the ways to manage anger effectively is to become aware of certain anger triggers, which can include being told "no," getting hurt, or being treated unfairly.
This worksheet is a helpful tool that lets kids give thought to things or situations that make them feel angry. They need to rate each anger trigger on a scale of 1-10 and write down some coping skills they're currently using to relax and feel calm.
As a parent, teacher, social worker, or mental health professional, you can also teach them relaxation techniques like deep breathing and positive imagery, or cognitive restructuring by replacing unhelpful thoughts with logical ones.
Great resource to help clients. Many thanks.
My kid loves referring to this and other worksheets in his time of need.