Dr. Millicent H. Kellner

Dr. Millicent H. Kellner
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Millicent H. Kellner, PhD, MSW, LCSW, is a licensed clinical social worker and certified educational supervisor who has worked with children in mental health, child welfare, and special education settings. She has conducted research on special education interventions, published journal articles, and made numerous presentations at professional conferences about teaching anger management skills to at-risk youth.

Dr. Kellner was the recipient of the 2001-2002 Presidential Award from ASAH for her leadership, service, and advocacy on behalf of New Jersey's citizens with special needs. She was also recognized as the 2003 School Social Worker of the Year by the NJ Association of School Social Workers for her dedication and commitment to the values of the profession. Her In Control anger management program for young adolescents was awarded an Innovations in Special Education award by the NJ School Boards Association.

Dr. Kellner recently retired from Rutgers Graduate School of Applied and Professional Psychology, Center of Applied Psychology, where she worked on the Inclusive Schools Climate Initiative to help schools improve their school climates, especially in regard to students with disabilities. She continues to work as a consultant.

Books by Author

Staying In Control: Anger Management Skills for Parents of Young Adolescents
Anger Management Skills for Parents of Young Adolescents

Adolescence can be a perilous time for many parents and teens—especially young teens. As the need for independence asserts itself, conflict and ang

In Control: A Skill-Building Program for Teaching Young Adolescents to Manage Anger
A Skill-Building Program for Teaching Young Adolescents to Manage Anger

This user-friendly manual shows how to teach effective anger management skills to middle school students.

Being In Control BINGO Game: An Anger Management Game for Young Adolescents
An Anger Management Game for Young Adolescents

Grades 6-8. This educational game provides an enjoyable way to teach anger management skills to middle school students.