Best and Promising Practices Fact Sheet: Preventing Long-Term Anger and Aggression in Youth (PLAAY)
Collaborating TTC: Global MHTTC
September 2, 2021
Behavioral health practitioners and organizations are often required to determine whether a particular intervention meets the needs of their clients, staff, and/or funders. The Best and Promising Practice (BPP) Fact Sheet Library, developed by the MHTTC Network, is designed to provide the mental health workforce with information about a wide array of evidence-based and promising approaches. Each fact sheet in the library summarizes a specific behavioral health practice, its evidence base, and steps for successful implementation.
In this sheet, we provide an overview of the principles and practice of Preventing Long-Term Anger and Aggression in Youth (PLAAY).