Girl bullying starts young. By the time they reach their teens, about 1 in 4 girls is involved in some sort of violent behavior at school or at work – according to a new government survey. This research-based webinar will provide you with fresh findings and insights for prevention and intervention of girl bullying and relational aggression behaviors in elementary and middle schools. The webinar will provide an overview of the WHAT, WHY and HOW to address girl bullying to make a positive difference. Strategies and activities for prevention and intervention will be given to use in:
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Relational aggression in girls can start at a very young age and can be quite different from boys. As these girls grow older they become more sophisticated in their ability to inflict this aggression on others -- sometimes devising complex social/emotional games that victimize others through exclusion, isolation, rumors, gossip, eye-rolling, pitting friends against one another, sarcasm, revealing and altering personal secrets. Without effective prevention and intervention, this aggression can lead to academic and social withdrawal, depression, substance abuse, risky behavior and future dysfunctional relationships. In this webinar, Diane Senn will give you insights, strategies and materials to boost your ability to identify, prevent and intervene in girl bullying situations.
A PowerPoint™ presentation will accompany Diane Senn's broadcast. A copy of this presentation will be made available to you. In addition, registrants will receive printable copies of classroom lessons, small group activities, student worksheets and other reproducibles for working with girl bullies, their victims and bystanders. Access to these handouts will be included on the downloaded document you receive when you register.
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Diane Senn, Ed.S., NBCT has authored some of the best-selling materials for elementary counselors, middle school counselors and other educators including:
Diane 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.