Tag Archives: Bullying Expert

When to Search for a Youth Speaker

Teenagers need help staying focused and motivated, which is why many schools are enlisting youth speaker assistance. These speakers understand what it takes to get through to a younger audience. Through entertaining lectures and inspirational speeches, these speakers share personal experiences and relay messages to students regarding hot topics in today’s society. What is a

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Interview: the Scope of Bullying Behavior

Dr Lisa Pasch is a clinical psychologist with speciality areas in working with children, adolescents, and young adults. Additionally, she has concentration areas within family therapy and addictions. She is an expert in the field of bullying behavior and has given lectures on the topic to a variety of locations. She talks to us about

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Joseph Ash on Bullying in Sport

Joseph Ash introduces himself in his own words “I have been studying and instructing martial arts for over 33 years and carry a diverse background in various Arts and Sciences. My specialities include Leadership & Personal Development, Fitness, Traditional Martial Arts, Self Defence, Corporate Training, Sport Tae Kwon Do and Weaponry. I own and operate

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Dr Ben Michaelis on Online Reputation and Bullying

Dr. Michaelis is a clinical psychologist in private practice in New York City, a regular blogger on The Huffington Post and Psychology Today, and author of Your Next Big Thing: Ten Small Steps to Get Moving and Get Happy. A graduate of Columbia College and NYU, Dr. Michaelis brings his passion for creativity to his treatment

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Ben Cohen Launches Stand Up To Bullying Day on November 14 in UK

Ben Cohen, the man who might be the one single-handedly winning England the Rugby World Cup is using the power of his celebrity to stand up to Bullying with his very foundation and his very own cause. Ben Cohen has firstly become an internationally acclaimed and respected gay icon as he dedicates a portion of

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The Top Signs of Bullying Out There

A Parent’s Guide to Cyber Bullying Bullying of children has unfortunately existed throughout the ages and is truly a despicable practice. The problem is that with the electronics age upon us it has evolved into a more insidious, malicious and even deadly onslaught of hatred that bullies are able to expand upon. If you have

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Sticks and Stones With Emily Bazelon

Sticks and stones may break my bones, but words will never hurt me. This children’s rhyme is as familiar as it is debated in today’s society.  With the rise of bullying in its many forms, words can actually be quite harmful.  In her recent book, Sticks and Stones, Emily Bazelon tackles this issue head on.

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The Search for Inspiring Bullying Speakers

The topic of bullying has become a hot topic in communities, schools and across the nation. This is why there has been a recent emergence of professional speakers who focus on offering inspirational lectures to parents, children, teachers and no bullying advocates. Anti bullying speakers take pride in offering programs that offer motivation and inspiration

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More on Bullying Seminars

Bullying has become a serious concern at schools across the country. Parents, teachers and students are all working to help spread awareness and stop these heinous acts from occurring in their community’s backyard. In order to stop bullying, everyone in the community needs to get involved and stop turning a blind eye when they see

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Clues That Bullying Is To Blame For Your Child’s Eating Disorder

Bullying is a difficult experience for any child to cope with. A child, either overweight or skinny, may begin to develop eating disorders like anorexia nervosa, bulimia, or binge eating disorder after their body shape or size comes under attack by a bully. A child may not want to admit that there is a problem, so a parent needs to

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Karen Severson On Bullying Before It Became Famous

Karen Severson writes for NoBullying about her experience with bullying before it became more common to discuss in the media and how she changed her life around. Before bullying was talked about or expressed in the media I was convicted of 2nd Degree Murder for participating in the death of my childhood friend.  The crime

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When A Bully Becomes Bullied – The Transformation Of Identities

As soon as you are born, this life puts you in an imperceptible box. In which you spend your entire life. This box is then carefully bounded by lines and borders; and finally you are slowly stapled with labels. From the day you open your eyes till the last breath – you are distributed into

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