Sep 09

S.T.A.T.A. (Stop, Talk, Ask, Team Up & Agree)

What is it?

Running into conflict during childhood can help kids discover positive ways of resolving disagreements. That is the goal of the STATA Program – to teach skills and strategies in positive conflict resolution. The term STATA (Stop, Talk, Ask, Team Up, and Agree) engages students in role playing, self-awareness and self-reflection activities that develop their abilities to deal with emotions, conflicts and disagreements.

Program Overview?

1) Positive ways of reacting to anger:

   a. Stopping to think about the problem and talking about the problem with others (Stop & Talk)

   b. Asking questions- understanding other perspectives (Talk & Ask)

   c. Working together to solve the problem (Team Up)

   d. Agreeing on a solution that everyone is happy with (Agree)

2) Understanding what conflict is

3) What makes me angry?

4) Understanding self-control- how can you calm yourself down?

5) Negative ways of reacting to anger- being physical, using bad words, putting others down, etc.

Program Structure:

  • 8 sessions, 1 hour a week for 8 weeks
  • Junior section: Grades 1-4
  • Senior Section: Grades 5-8


  • Program held in Brampton, Caledon and Mississauga satellite schools

How do I register?

1. Complete the registration form and submit via email or fax to the Programs Coordinator Amanda Partab, apartab@ldapr.ca

2. After we receive your registration form, we will connect with you to process a payment over the phone

3. Allow a minimum of 5-7 business days to process registration and payment

4. Once everything is processed, you will receive a confirmation letter via email with the time. session dates, facilitator information, and location.

Cost and Sessions:

Member Rate: $125.00 Non-Member Rate: $160.00

Yearly Membership: $50.00