The book describes a program that is designed to combine therapeutic interventions using group structure and Martial Arts. It outlines the historical aspect of Martial Arts and Eastern philosophy. Several theories describe psychological and physiological reaction to stress, aggression, self-esteem, and mindfulness. Research focuses on theoretical and practical application using this innovative program, including meditation. Finally, specific "how-to" examples are provided for greater understanding of application. The Therapeutic Martial Arts program will help children and adolescents to experience therapeutic change through structure of the ancient art, group dynamics, and other therapeutic interventions such as dynamic, cognitive, behavioral, gestalt and meditation. Participating in this program, students not only will be able to improve their physical conditioning, but also social skills, anger control, and awareness of their own actions and effects towards other people. Students will also be able to improve their self-esteem, communication skills, performance in school, and reaction towards stressful stimuli.