Minnesota Psychological Association presents:
Addressing Bullying and Related Problems in Children and Adolescents
When: May 17th, 2013
Where: Metropolitan State University, Midway Campus in St. Paul, MN
About the Program:
This presentation aims to help participants understand the complex factors that often contribute to bullying and the problems that are commonly experienced by children and adolescents who are involved in bullying as aggressors, victims, or both. Participants will learn about school, group, and individual approaches to preventing and treating bullying and victimization, with emphasis on working with individual children and adolescents involved in bullying.
1. Gain understanding about the complex factors that can contribute to bullying problems.
2. Understand problems commonly experienced by children and adolescents who are involved in bullying as aggressors, victims, or both.
3. Become familiar with the characteristics of school-based programs that are successful in reducing bullying.
4. Learn evidence-based approaches to psychological assessment and intervention when working with children and adolescents in bullying.
Click here for more information and to register! http://www.mnpsych.org/event-registration?regevent_action=register&event_id=12
To register via paper/mail: MPA_May2013