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Title: Coping Power
Description: Coping Power is a program that involves group sessions for children and parents. Children receive lessons in goal setting, problem solving, anger management, and peer relationships. Group sessions for parents support the child component and address setting expectations, praise, discipline, managing stress, communication, and child study skills. Based on its review of the research, the WWC found Coping Power to have positive effects for external behavior and potentially positive effects for social outcomes for children classified or at risk for having an emotional disturbance.
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Cover Date: October 2011
Web Release: October 25, 2011
Publication #: WWC IRSNCP11
Center/Program: WWC
Associated Centers: NCEE
Type of Product: Intervention Report
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