Is your child prone to chronic frustration and acting out?

The 4 week Regulating Overload and Rage (ROAR) program helps children aged 8-12 years with strategies to reduce rage and acting out by providing them with practical solutions to everyday situations.

Children tend to express rage when they are overwhelmed and frustrated. Rage can be unpredictable and scary and both the parent and child may be left feeling hopeless and misunderstood.

The ROAR program helps you and your child by teaching emotion regulation strategies and provides practical solutions to everyday situations that lead to rage.

Program format

The 4 week program is run by a registered psychologist and co-facilitated by provisionally registered psychologists.

Children attend a 2 hour class each week for the duration of the program.

Cost

$200 payable at the first group session.

$21.65 is payable at each session, which is eligible for a full Medicare rebate with a Mental Health Care plan from your GP. This referral should be for GROUP services and Dilara Asena is the name of the psychologist for the referral (this must be presented at the first group).

$30 due at the completion of the group for a final follow up session.

Available classes for 2018

Term 2 (8-12 year olds) – Thursdays 9:00am-11:00am from 31 May (last session 21 June)

Term 4 (8-12 year olds) – Mondays 9:00am-11:00am from 29 October (last session 19 November)

Location

The ROAR program will be conducted at the Griffith University Psychology Clinic (Griffith Health Centre, Gold Coast campus). Level 4, G40 Building, corner of Olsen Avenue and Parklands drive, Southport 4222.

Find out more

Our friendly, highly-trained staff are available between 8am-4pm Monday to Friday. To find out more please call 1800 188 295 or email psychclinic-gc@griffith.edu.au