I am about to start doing some anger management work with a student who seems to bottle up his frustration until it becomes too much to bear and then he explodes in a big ball of fury at both teachers and other students. I have not taught or worked with him directly before, so don't know him that well. I'm intending to do things like getting him to identify what triggers him off and avoiding those as much as possible, identifying when the anger is building and trying to come up with ways he can 'diffuse' himself and finding activities he can do that help him let off steam. He's been at an English speaking school for a while now and his spoken English is pretty good so there shouldn't be too much of a language barrier. I'm just wondering if anyone has got any really good tips/strategies to help students take more control and calm themselves down?