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Teen Guidance


Bullying Prevention



POSITIVE APPROACHES TO REDUCE BULLYING

By Sue Neame & Ashley Ross

This comprehensive guide is full of strategies and practical tips, with lesson plans, resource sheets and teacher's notes to help reduce bullying. It includes audit tools to analyse the extent of bullying in a school, with lesson plans to then address the situation.

Key areas that the resource addresses include:
Developing self esteem, empathy, personal well-being, negotiating skills, decision making, assertiveness, plus having an understanding of peer pressure, diversity, prejudice, moral issues, and it gives ways of finding help and information.


CD-ROM / (Ages 4-18)

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CYBER BULLY

Cyber Bully exposes the most epic struggle in the digital age. By exploring the complicated dynamics behind cyber bullying, Cyber Bully describes the impact and outcomes of advanced technology and human nature in a lawless, new social frontier. Told through the stories of victims, bullies, and experts, Cyber Bully reaches past the headlines to describe what makes cyber bullying a threat to our national and global social fabric.

DVD / 2014 / (Senior High, College) / 56 minutes

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EMPOWERING YOUTH VICTIMIZED BY CYBER-BULLYING: A SOLUTION FOCUSED ADLERIAN COUNSELING MODEL

Cyber-bullying is a growing concern due to enhanced use of social media and other forms of technology. Anonymity offers an opportunity for students to bully others without being seen. The consequences of such actions can be devastating for the victim and programs are needed to address this issue. This session demonstrates the use of a solution-focused Adlerian counseling model with youth who have been victims of cyber-bullying. The model infuses art, solution focused and Adlerian techniques into a session that empowers the victim. The model will be illustrated through a live role play as well as case studies and practical exercises.

DVD / 2014 / 88 minutes

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STOP BULLYING

With Mike Hall

Bullies bully because they feel a lack of control, most often because of what is happening to them, or around them, at home. They take frustration out on others. This is when bullying often gets physical. Or, they feel superior to others. These are the kids who use social media to bully. They may call it "making fun," but it isn't. There are two ways to respond that aren't good. First, you can retreat into yourself, get lonely, depressed. Or, you can become angry, get violent, "give them what's coming." Make them feel as bad as you do. Don't!!

Instead, Mike Hall teaches kids "The Four C's"ˇK. How to remain Calm, Get Connected, Become Confident, and Learn to Compliment the Bully. These lessons are invaluable and have changed the lives of kids!!

Mike Hall speaks to about two hundred audiences of kids each year on the topic of bullies and bullying. He is a nationally recognized expert in the field with twenty years of experience as a mentor and coach.


DVD / 2014 / 22 minutes

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BULLIED: YOU'RE NOT ALONE - CYBER BULLY

One in every four students is bullied online. The growing world of cyber bullying is reaching new heights, as youth struggle to hide their differences for fear of abandonment and public humiliation. Cyber bullying does not discriminate between boys, girls, physical differences or mental challenges; and the cyber bully takes victims at will, since he or she can remain anonymous. Jacob Zellmann tells how being cyber bullied led him to the brink of suicide. Intervention and support from loved ones kept him alive, and now Jacob is an active advocate against bullying.

DVD / 2013 / (Junior High, College) / 28 minutes

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BULLIED: YOU'RE NOT ALONE - HOMOPHOBIA

Each year more than 160,000 students will be absent from school as a result of being bullied. A vast majority of these students are harassed because of their sexual orientation. In a society that is growing in tolerance many students still face humiliation from their peers and even family members. At the core of the episode we listen to Emma, a young high school student struggling to gain the acceptance of her mother and fellow classmates. Experts provide information on support groups and resources in place to empower those in the gay or lesbian community. Take a stand with these young students that are fighting for equality and acceptance.

DVD / 2013 / (Junior High, College) / 32 minutes

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BULLIED: YOU'RE NOT ALONE - LIVING WITH A CHALLENGE (DISABILITIES)

Walk a mile in their shoes and witness first hand the struggles people with a disability face on a daily basis. Nick George, a young man with Asperger's syndrome, shares his experiences. Tony Bartoli lives with cerebral palsy. Bullied as a youth and constantly pushed down emotionally and physically, he found strength in the people who stood up for him and faced the bullies. Now as an adult, Tony tours internationally giving motivational speeches and showing how he found optimism while battling an ever worsening condition. Featured experts examine the warning signs for the parents that suspect their child might be bullied. Abuse does not always come from classmates or other students. To his horror, Stuart discovered that his son Akian, an elementary school student with autism, was repeatedly bullied by a teacher and aide. Conny Dahn, a special needs teacher, describes her experience turning around the culture of bullying in her daughter's school.

DVD / 2013 / (Junior High, College) / 22 minutes

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BULLIED: YOU'RE NOT ALONE - PHYSICAL BULLYING

Students reveal the devastating affects of being physically bullied in school and in public. We hear from Liz, a student whose health was threatened to the point of seeking home schooling. Despite her efforts to find sanctuary, her attackers followed her home and violently assaulted her mother. We visit a high school that started a Peer Mentors program, a 'student helping student' group with new solutions to end bullying. The cameras roll on the peer mentors at work, breaking down the hateful stereotypes that cause bullying and fostering a more peaceful environment at school. Take a stand with them against physical bullying.

DVD / 2013 / (Intermediate, College) / 23 minutes

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BULLIED: YOU'RE NOT ALONE - PSYCHOLOGICAL BULLYING

When most people think of bullying, they think of physical abuse. However, bullying goes beyond the physical and can encompass the verbal. It might seem odd, but verbal bullying can in some cases be just as harmful as physical. Learn what emotional bullying can do to an individual's self-esteem, why it's often a silent killer and how it can be put an end. Gain perspective from the victims that refused to speak out against the verbal abuse, resulting in depression that almost cost them their own life. Now the conversation is flowing and students are speaking up against their verbal attackers and are helping other students speak up before it's to late.

DVD / 2013 / (Intermediate, College) / 23 minutes

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ON A SECRET MISSION: AN UNDERCOVER ANTI-BULLYING TEAM AT WORK IN SCHOOL

Questioning traditional ways of handling bullies in schools, this video describes the "undercover team" approach, which focuses on the bullying relationship itself without anyone being blamed. It shows how the bullies are recruited into participating in a team effort to address the concerns of the victim.

DVD / 2013 / 70 minutes

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WORKING WITH PERPETRATORS AND TARGETS OF CYBERBULLYING

With Sheri Bauman

The presenter demonstrates counseling strategies that can be used with persons involved in cyberbullying. Because this problematic behavior arises in schools, workplaces, and other social contexts, counselors need skills to work effectively with involved parties in a variety of circumstances. Through sessions with both perpetrator and target, Sheri Bauman exhibits these increasingly important counseling competencies.


DVD / 2013 / 66 minutes

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EXPLORING CYBER-BULLYING IN THE 21ST CENTURY

What Every Counselor Needs to Know, and What Young People Really Think!

With Joshua Taylor

Cyber-bullying affects young people of all demographics and walks of life. This video teaches counselors how to reach out to these young people and connect with them to begin the healing process. Inspiring stories from young victims of cyber-bullying along with practical strategies for connecting effectively with these clients will help prepare counselors to become effective and sensitive supervisors and mentors.

This video emphasizes the importance of partnering with young people to confront the issue, and draws from cutting edge ideas and practices in family therapy, community and organizational development, and post-modern thinking while applying them in a concrete, accessible, and immediately applicable fashion.


DVD / 2012 / 30 minutes

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NILUS THE SANDMAN: LEARNING VALUES AND LIFE SKILLS - THE BULLY (CONFLICT RESOLUTION AND BULLYING)

Kevin Taylor is a good student and loves science, but despite his brains he doesn't have the brawn to match Bull, the football-playing, academically challenged school bully who keeps picking on him. At night, fantasizing about being a comic book hero, he falls asleep. Nilus the Sandman joins Kevin and in his dream they track down Atlas, who now runs a school for superheroes on Titan. Despite the disused state of his school, Atlas still has some superpower tricks and Kevin is mesmerized. Without reading the small print he signs up to be the first superhero student Atlas has had in years, only to find out he has to battle the most powerful villain in the galaxy - Garganoid. With their superpowers evenly matched, and the destruction escalating, can Kevin find a non-violent way to disarm the supervillain before the galaxy is demolished? The answer gives Kevin a plan to face up to Bull in real life.

DVD / 2008 / (Children's) / 30 minutes

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SILENT WITNESS

Experts say when it comes to reversing today's bullying epidemic, it's the silent witnesses - those who stand by and do nothing - who may be the most powerful weapon of all. Watch Silent Witness to learn ways to help kids stand up for themselves - and others.

DVD / 2007 / (Elementary, Middle and High School) / Approx. 22 minutes

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STICKS AND STONES

But "ˇKwords will never hurt me" turns out to be very wrong. In fact, the scars from verbal abuse and harassment are often deeper and longer-lasting than physical scars. And even there are rules to protect students from dangerous physical weapons, what's being done about verbal weapons? Sticks and Stones examines the emotional scars left from verbal bullying and how the bullies often learn from their superiors.

DVD / 2005 / (Middle and High School) / Approx. 22 minutes

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INVISIBLE WEAPONS

Kids say that teasing, taunting, exclusion or physical bullying happen every day. These bullies and "mean girls" leave wounds that often go deeper than broken bones and bloody noses. This Emmy® award-winning presentation addresses this bullying epidemic - and what can be done - through the eyes of both victims and bullies.

DVD / 2002 / (Upper Elementary, Middle and High School) / Approx. 22 minutes

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ABC'S OF BULLYING PREVENTION, THE (TEACHER VERSION)

By Kenneth Shore

Instead of a "patchwork" approach to bullying, implement a comprehensive, coordinated school-wide approach! This one-of-a kind video series contains all the tools that schools need to implement a comprehensive bullying prevention program. Unlike other programs, it offers practical, tried and tested strategies at the classroom, school and district levels.


DVD / 30 minutes

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PEER COUNSELLING

By Sue Neame & Ashley Ross

Successfully helps you train students to be peer counsellors.

A Peer Counselling course suitable for Year 11, 12 and 13 students. The course, which can be delivered by teachers and other adults, focuses on basic counselling and active listening techniques. It can be used to improve emotional health, reduce bullying and improve behaviour in your school.

The course includes:
  • Active listening techniques
  • Role play
  • Blocks to communicating and how to avoid them
  • Confidentiality and when to break it
  • Being empathetic
  • Dealing with bullying
  • Setting up a scheme
  • Boundaries
  • Attitudes and values
  • Referring on
  • Trust games


  • Peer counselling has proved a very successful mechanism to help young people in many schools. This publication will help a school develop its own peer counseling programme quickly and efficiently.


    CD-ROM

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    PEER SUPPORT

    By E A Morris

    Using strength-based solutions.

    A comprehensive resource developed for any professional looking to set up a Peer Support programme or who wishes to review a programme already running. It will be a useful tool in creating best practice approaches that seek to develop the emotional literacy of students to enable them to develop and help others.

    This essential pack covers every aspect of developing a Peer Support programme from conception to celebrating success. It is divided into sections to assist with specific needs followed by lesson plans and resources, all supported with sample documents such as planning sheets, forms and a certificate. All information is given as a guide and can be adapted to use in any setting.

    Topics covered include how peer support works and how it relates to emotional literacy, the five key success factors and links to citizenship and training. The training programme runs over 10 lessons covering:
  • What is peer support?
  • Friendship
  • Who am I?
  • Listening
  • Communication
  • Bullying
  • Confidentiality
  • Self-esteem
  • Assertiveness
  • Team building
  • Meeting up


  • CD-ROM / (Ages 11-16)

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    PSYCHOLOGY IN THE SCHOOLS: BULLYING PREVENTION

    With Arthur M. Horne, PhD

    Bullying Prevention shows a brief, ecosystemic approach to preventing larger, older children from bullying smaller, younger children. Dr. Arthur M. Horne discusses how he works with both the victims and the perpetrators of bullying, always examining the school and family systems that may inadvertently support bullying behavior. In this session, Dr. Horne meets with a teenage boy and his mother and provides him with skills and actions for coping with bullies, including practicing self-calming techniques, keeping a long-term perspective, and asking a trusted teacher for help.


    DVD / 100 minutes

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