Identifying & Managing Aggressive Student Behaviors, Attitudes & Emotions
Identifying & Managing Aggressive Student Behaviors, Attitudes & Emotions
On-Demand Training
Registration fee includes institutional access to the recording for one year.
Paper-Based Registration Form
Registration Fee: $425.00

Description Speaker(s)
Colleges and universities are increasingly concerned with identifying risk factors and preventing violence from occurring on their campuses. This workshop will help higher education faculty, staff, counselors, and psychologists better understand aggressive behavior and how to prevent this aggression from manifesting on campus as violence. The training will offer insights into the difference between cognitive and primal aggression, the early stages of cognitive aggression called the Un-Magnificent Seven©, how individuals move through the stages of the Aggression Continuum© (trigger, escalation, and crisis) and what attitudes, behaviors, and qualities are likely to be associated with individuals who make the ultimate decision to take the lives of others on their path toward revenge.

This interactive workshop is designed to help higher education staff and faculty better understand how to both identify and manage aggressive behavior on campus prior to it escalating to violence. Those completing the training will be better prepared to prevent violence on their campus as they become more fluent in the Aggression Management© system.
  • Discuss the difference between cognitive and primal aggression
  • Understand the behavioral and psychological factors that come together to identify individuals that are dangerous to others on a college campus
  • Review the Aggression Continuum© and how students, faculty, and staff move from a trigger phase, through escalation to crisis
  • Understand how to identify the stages of aggression and how to prevent the aggression from escalating further
  • Understand the early stages of cognitive aggression called the Un-Magnificent Seven©
  • Learn ways to identify, report, and manage these behaviors as they occur on campus
  • Discuss the importance of reporting these behaviors to the campus Behavioral Intervention Team (BIT)
Who should attend?
  • 2-year & 4-year institutions
  • Health & Counseling Directors
  • Directors of Housing, Resident Directors
  • Full and part-time faculty
  • Seasoned & new faculty (use as part of your new faculty orientation)
  • Academic Affairs administrators & staff
  • Student Services/Affairs administrators & staff
  • Anyone on campus concerned about how to better manage difficult behavior

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