Bullying Prevention by Dr. Wendy Craig
What Parents Need to Know

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A clear, authoritative overview of bullying and how to prevent it. This valuable book, written by three widely recognized experts in the field, is a great practical help to parents who are concerned that their child is being bullied, may be bullying others or is exposed to witnessing bullying as a bystander . Praised by both professionals and parents, this book has been called "a gift for anyone wanting an authoritative, comprehensive and easily accessible guide to dealing with bullying." Chapters include: "Bullying Myths and Facts", "Bullying in Preschool", "Elementary School Children and Bullying", "Adolescents and Bullying", "Electronic Bullying", "Children Who Bully - What to Do at Home", "What Parents Can Do to Help Children Who Are Victimized", and "How Parents Can Work with the School".

About Dr. Wendy Craig

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Three expert authors have collaborated on this book.Dr. Wendy Craig, a professor at Queens University and scientific co-director of PREVNet, works with the WHO (World Health Organization), has published over 80 scientific articles and regularly speaks on healthy relationships to parents, educators and professionals working with young people. Dr. Debra Pepler is a scientific co-director of PREVNet and a Senior Adjunct Scientist at Hospital for Sick Children in Toronto, Canada. She is a consultant for the SNAP program for aggressive girls and their parents and has worked with groups focusing on parenting and safe schools policies.Dr. Joanne Cummings, who has has been involved in studying and implementing bullying prevention since 1995, is a popular public speaker and works with children and parents in her clinical practice as well as being the Director of Knowledge Mobilization at PREVNet.
Published March 17, 2013 by BookBaby. 64 pages
Genres: Health, Fitness & Dieting, Self Help, Parenting & Relationships. Non-fiction

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