How to Handle Bullying

Posted on 11/30/11 12:21:pm

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Parents commonly ask about the steps they could take to confront and manage bullying behavior and its consequences. The staff at Rogers work with adults to help them learn about the different roles that emerge in any bullying situation and how to identify more subtle forms of bullying behavior, such as gossiping and excluding others. The staff work closely with the children in our programs to help them learn about what bullying is and teach them strategies for coping.

Head over to the Rogers Child and Adolescent Day Treatment Website(link is external)for the full story.

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