Hi Tad, I am new to moodle and am practising with the medium, I saw your post and am keen to reply so here goes.
I have worked in a main stream secondary school in England for many years and tend to work with those young people at risk of exclusion and find that all to often 'anger management' education is used as a knee jerk reaction and last resort for these young people, resulting in short interactive courses with small groups of students run by teaching assistants or specialist providers such as Barnardos. With cuts in grants for in school provision and pastoral organisations we find 'anger management' continues to find itself on the back seat. I personally find the best way to approach anger in young people is to meet them individually and try to build a picture of how they learn, how they percieve the world and what might trigger their angry responses and then by means of communication such as talking/listening and using creative mediums such as writing lyrics, short plays or creating story boards with different ending senarios, I hope to gradually raise the young persons awareness of themselves/others and their reations to other people and events in their lives. Sometimes just having an adults attention for themselves for an hour a week creates a change in behaviour.
I hope this helps your thinking on this subject