Bullying is a worldwide concern that many of us have encountered at some point in our lives. We have either taken on the role of the bullied, the bully, or the bystander. The Bullying Workbook is unique in that it explores the experiences in each of these roles. Through the use of this workbook, readers will become knowledgeable about the different types of bullying, including verbal, physical, social, and cyber. They will also have the opportunity to explore feelings and learn how to use empathy to respond to bullying behavior. Readers will be provided with effective coping techniques to utilize if they find themselves being bullied, a bully, or a bystander. The Bullying Workbook is fully illustrated and involves the reader in the learning of these concepts through its engaging activities and discussion questions. Chapter 1: What is Bullying? Chapter 2: Learning Feelings & Empathy Chapter 3: Being Bullied Chapter 4: Being the Bully Chapter 5: Being the Bystander Chapter 6: Coping with Bullying
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Z. Andrew Jatau, MS, has served diverse populations in his roles as a case manager, professional counselor, and adjunct professor. He has developed programs and presentations focused on helping children, teens, and young adults develop socially and emotionally. He is the founder and CEO of Mylemarks LLC.
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Book Description Mylemarks LLC, 2015. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Dev Praks (illustrator). book. Bookseller Inventory # M0996415408