Rosalyn Anstine Templeton, PHD

About the Author

I am a lifelong educator, bearing years of experience and training in emotional disorders. Like you, I have my degrees and qualifications, but my passion is to help kids who have anger problems. More information on my specific training and experiences can be found below in my official biography. My goal is to share the anger-reducing techniques (ART) that, when used, will help kids control their anger and become successful.

I invite you to join me in helping create an environment of open conversation about the struggles we face as educators or parents. Send me an email if you want to learn more.

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Biography of Rosalyn Anstine Templeton, PHD

Rosalyn Anstine Templeton, PhD, is an educational consultant with 29 years of teaching experience. She has taught angry students how to turn their anger into productive behavior and trained teachers to work with angry students. Under Dr. Nicholas J Long, a world-renowned expert in crisis intervention and anger, Rosalyn earned a graduate degree in social and emotional disorders from the American University. While teaching in public schools, Rosalyn taught students how to manage their anger effectively by developing plans of success.

As a faculty member, she has developed social-emotional degrees and training programs for educators while teaching at Willamette, Bradley, Ferris State, and Marshall Universities. Rosalyn has presented teacher workshops on anger throughout the US to increase success for students at risk of failure. She has conducted research, published its results, and presented numerous papers at national and international conferences, with the desire to show educators better ways to create stress and anger-free learning environments. Rosalyn is an emeritus member of the American Education Research Association.

Rosalyn is a Board Director for the Research and Recognition Project because she is passionate about furthering research to treat Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) successfully and its related issues like anger. Additionally, she serves on the Board of Directors for the Post Traumatic Training Institute (PTTI). She has earned the Life Space Crisis Intervention certification and has been a Senior Trainer for the Life Space Crisis Intervention Institute.

Rosalyn is the author of four books on anger for parents and teachers. She has coauthored How to Talk So Kids Can Learn at Home and in School with New York Times bestselling and award-winning authors Adele Faber and Elaine Mazlish.

The Books

When Hurting Turns to Anger

For Teachers:

In an easy to learn process, Rosalyn Anstine Templeton shows how to master anger that frees teachers to teach students self-control, how to use anger effectively to succeed, and ways to make amends.

For Parents:

In an easy-to-learn process, Dr. Anstine Templeton shows how to master anger that frees parents to teach kids self-control, how to use anger effectively to succeed, and ways to make amends.

Workbook for Parents:

If parents want to learn the anger-reducing techniques (ART) to help their kids deal with anger, this workbook will provide the practice.

Workbook for Teachers

This workbook is for you if you are a teacher tired of dealing with angry students. Practicing the anger-reducing techniques (ART) will help educators learn how to remain calm and in control to teach students how to handle their anger productively. 

For Everyone:

The leading experts on parent-child communication show parents and teachers how to motivate kids to learn and succeed in school.