Nationally recognized school counselor and speaker Diane Senn is the author of Bullying in the Girl\'s World, and is known for her passion for helping elementary and middle-school children. She will discuss how girls from a young age thrive on their role and identity in their social world; yet it is this complex, social world of girls that can be the source of much pain. Name-calling, eye-rolling, excluding, teasing, bossing, spreading rumors and threatening creates havoc in the young girl\'s world. This webinar will review prevention and intervention strategies to help release elementary and middle-school targets from the Mean Girlz syndrome. Individual, classroom and schoolwide strategies will be discussed.
What You Will Learn
The $49 registration fee includes the PDF copy of the PowerPoint presentation (no additional charge) related to the presentation.
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Diane Senn has authored some of the best-selling materials for elementary counselors and other educators. She has provided keynote presentations and/or seminars for educators and other helping professionals across the U.S.
Attendees rave about Diane\'s presentations, citing them as exceptionally practical and insightful. She continues to gain fresh practical insights from her work as a school counselor at the elementary/middle school level, where her developmental guidance program has been nationally recognized as an exemplary model.
Diane is currently working on several new books including Guidance Mini-Lessons which is scheduled to be published this fall. Her best-selling books include:
She is the co-author of:Coping With Conflict