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Training the trainer


For Teachers, Therapists, Mental Health Professionals, Youth Workers, and Coaches

Research indicates that anger-related issues are often the main cause of an adolescent’s referral to the mental health service. What’s more, according to The World Health Organization (WHO: 2013) estimates that, in any given year, 20% of adolescents worldwide, may experience a mental health problem. Furthermore, according to the Children’s Society (2008), evidence for the need for early interventions is borne out by research that shows 70% of children and adolescents experiencing mental health problems need adequate support at an early age.

While early intervention is key in the prevention of mental illness in children and adolescents, research in determining suitable interventions is sparse, particularly psychoeducational interventions for anger-related depression. This gives the further rationale of the need for anger treatment services for adolescents and the reasons behind the development of CHAMP.

The aim of CHAMP is to teach young people about the fundamentals of anger; that anger can be a healthy emotion and introduce them to the beginnings of expressing anger healthily and assertively. According to the World Health Organization (WHO: 2006), health is defined as “a state of complete physical, mental and social well-being and not merely the absence of disease or infirmity.” Using this framework, CHAMP aims to develop and improve personal development, health and well-being, and prosocial behaviour.

Tristone Coaching Ltd. is the best at meeting the need to reduce anger related health issues in adolescents and to improve behaviour because we offer a range of wellbeing services, and according to an evidence-based study of CHAMP, shows the programme not only alleviates and ameliorates anger in young people but also increases their self-esteem and improves emotional regulation.


  • Understanding what anger is and what anger isn’t

  • Learning about core feelings and naming emotions

  • Identifying their anger triggers and causes

  • Recognising anger patterns and cycles

  • Taking responsibility for their actions

  • Understanding and accepting anger invitations

  • Developing and implementing their anger management toolbox


  • Problem-solving

  • Practicing social skills

  • Learning and sharing with their peers

  • Developing active listening skills

  • Controlled breathing techniques

  • Practice behavioural self-regulation

  • Keeping personal power


  • Ameliorates and alleviates anger

  • Improves anger management

  • Creates emotionally intelligent children

  • Reduces suicides and suicidal thoughts

  • Improves emotional wellbeing

  • Increases self-esteem

  • Promotes prosocial behaviour

These outcomes are measured according to the World Health Organization definition of measured outcomes as a “change in the health of an individual, group of people, or population that is attributable to an intervention or series of interventions.” Therefore, in addition, our programme has made a difference in the following ways:

  • Helps teachers to teach rather than deal with problematic behaviour

  • Reduces exclusions

  • Reduces bullying

  • Creates stronger communities within schools

  • Increases academic performance

If you have a passion for improving the lives of young people and want to enhance your skillset, applications are now open for the next training dates.