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Bullying Resources

Additional tools and resources to help you protect your child from bullying

The time to teach your kid the skills they need to succeed in life is now!

   

Resources offered by Jennifer:

Jen's Essay: Innoculating Against Bullying

7 Ways to Help Your Child Cope With Bullying

53 Tips on How to handle bullies

Cost and Liability of Workplace Bullying - video lesson

Free - How to talk to your child's school about bullyingFree Ebook - Why Bullies BullyWhat to do if your Child is a Bully

Can anything really be done about bullying? From Daytime (national tv show)


Resources offered by others

Harrassment, Bullying and Free Expression - guidelines for free and safe public schools

Network of attorneys who can help with cyberbullying courtesy of CivilNation

The Trevor Project - preventing suicide among LGBTQ youth.

Suicide Intervention Handbook - From the Manatee County Schools

List of anti-bullying organizations from Pacer

Best Practices for Schools looking to implement an anti-bullying policy by Trudy Ludwig

Moblizing bystanders to stand up to bullies by Dr. Michele Borba

A Counselors Guide to Bullying - by Sue Scheff - chock full of information and links to resources

Bullying Module - from the American Psychological Association - chock full of excellent science based recommendations

Articles and Resources on Bullying from the International Bullying Prevention Association. Includes best practices, research and more.

Bullying education from Bullyingcourse.com

Understanding Bullying - this is simply one of the best explanations of the Bullying dynamic I have read - from Eye PAT out of England

Association for Humanistic Psychology - professional directory - bullying is traumatic and it can cause ptsd. If your child is suffering, get them professional help.

Bullying Resources for parents and children from Miami Dade Schools - again - excellent set of resources

NoBullyPedia - from xbullied. This is an online resource that pulls together information and best practices from all sources available.

HollaBack - ending online street harrassment and sexual violence

Resources for Bully Proof Classrooms - http://bullyproofclassroom.com/websites

State laws on bullying - http://www.stopbullying.gov/laws/index.html

Resource for Teachers - how to get your response right - http://www.kellybear.com/TeacherArticles/TeacherTip63.html?goback=%2Egde_1874438_member_224349057

RFK Seatbelt Project - research based information on bullying - http://bullying.rfkcenter.org/

Joy In Learning - Early Childhood learning through play on how to handle and reduce conflicts - http://www.joyinlearning.com/

Expect Respect - http://www.safeplace.org/document.doc?id=27 - ending relationship violence

The Alberti Center for Bullying Abuse Prevention - http://gse.buffalo.edu/alberticenter/publications/materials - really great resources at this site.


Additional Learning on Operant Conditioning

Introduction to Operant Conditioning

Operant Conditioning Overview - Excellent though a bit long and technical but of specific interest is the section on punishment in operant conditioning. Basically - providing punishment is less effective than eliminating the reward when you are trying to extinguish a behavior.

How Dogs Learn via Operant Conditioning - great overview of techniques


Cyber Bullying

Cyberbullying blog from McAfee - http://blogs.mcafee.com/tag/cyberbullying - lots of great articles here - important reading.

The Cyberbullying research center - http://cyberbullying.us/ - up-to-date information about the nature, extent, causes, and consequences of cyberbullying among adolescents.

Parent Education Center at Loving Our Children - http://www.loveourchildrenusa.org/parentinged.php - the right hand column is a list of links on bullying and cyberbullying resources that are worth checking out.

IKeepSafe - http://www.ikeepsafe.org/ - resources for parents to help teach their child about online safety

Cyberbullying: how bullies have moved from the playground to the web by onlinecollege.org

Online bullying: identifying target, bully, and bystander behavior by Microsoft

Bullying and Cyberbullying for teachers - training module from Bully Stoppers

Addressing Cyberstalking and online harassment - has excellent information and links to cyberharassment laws and stalking laws. (PS: Thanks to Ms. Harrison's class for this link!)

 

Workplace Bullying

Note: I am working on a follow up book: The Bully Vaccine for the Workplace. In the meantime, please know that the principles in The Bully Vaccine are directly applicable to workplace bullying because the dynamic is the same even if the behavior manifests differently. In the meantime, here are some resources for you.

Workplace Bullying for HR Professionals - https://humanistlearning.com/workplacebullying1/

The Costs and Consequences of Workplace Bullying - video lesson - https://humanistlearning.com/workplace-bullying-preview/

Washington State Dept of Labor - Workplace Bullying and Disruptive Behavior - what everyone needs to know. - http://www.lni.wa.gov/Safety/Research/Files/Bullying.pdf

Jennifer Hancock is the author of The Bully VaccineAbout the Author:

Jen teaches parents practical ways they can protect their kids from bullying. Using techniques she learned from her mother as well as from her experience as a dolphin trainer in Hawaii. These skills are so easy to learn even a kindergartner can understand them.

As a mother herself, Jen taught these skills to her son when he was a kindergartener and he was easily able to put them into practice the very next day. And, yes, they worked, he even endorsed her book, The Bully Vaccine.

Helping Parents Help Their Kids

To learn more about how Jennifer can help parents help their kids, or to make volume purchases of her books, contact her at: jen@jen-hancock.com

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