Angry Kids Take Control

There are a lot of reasons kids get angry. Sometimes frustration boils over, sometimes it’s the stress of being a teenager or it may be conflict at home. For some children the anger becomes ingrained and they can’t control it.  When it becomes too much for the family the child may need some time away in a safe place to learn how to diffuse the feelings.  Rotary House has a 12 week live-in program where kids continue to go to school but live with their peers who are also working to overcome anger. Rotary House Manager Christine Harvey talks about how Pathstone Mental Health therapists are on-site to help them learn new ways to counter their feelings and build new connections with their family.