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disorder (Levine & Munsch, 2016).Aggression is something that were born with and supposed to self-regulate. Children between the age of 2 and 3 hit their peak of aggression but are supposed to decrease afterwards. However, some children are not that fortunate, and the aggression does not decrease in them and more likely to partake in violent behavior when they grow up. If aggression precedes past developmental appropriateness then considering one’s family conflict and economic hardship (NICHD Early Child Care Research Network, 2004). Culture is another factor that could play a role in aggressive behavior. Some cultures use corporal punishment as a measure of discipline which some researchers believe that child who are exposed to physical punishment become aggressive later in life (Gershoff, 2008). A person religion or nationality could be another factor of cultural aggression. A child’s environment can play a role in a child being aggressive for instances the amount of violence they are exposed to in their neighborhood or the violence they see on social media.Community based ecological approach focuses on the culture and interconnections of individual health and collective well-being Using resources that are already there to help reduce individual aggressive behavior for instances a school based program that can help teachers advocate for themselves and their students (Chan, et.at., 2016). Being able to have multi-level, community-based, and cultural prevention that promotes individual and collective well-being hasreduced aggressive behavior. The community Crises Response Team is a multilevel, community