Live Virtual Workshops
Responding for Prevention
Credit Hours (CEC)
Bullying Live Virtual (early rate expires 9-6-22)
Early rate expires 09/07/2022
- Differentiate bullying from teasing and conflict
- Articulate prominent theories of why bullying happens
- Understand the role of shame in acts of aggression
- Apply communication techniques for engaging youth involved in bullying
- Identify strategies for working with resistant youth
- Apply principles of restorative justice to intervention in bullying
*Please allow only the registered individual(s) to view webinar materials
Method of Delivery
Presentation, video, case study exercises, personal reflection, delivered electronically.
Some of the Topics Included
- What is Bullying?
- What Makes Cyberbullying Unique?
- The Roots of Bullying
- Principles of Bullying Prevention
- Working with the Target
- Long-Term Strategies for the Target
- Accountability with Support
- The Limitations of Punishment
- Working with the Bully
- When the Bully “Doesn’t Care”
- Working with Bystanders
- Working Towards Reconciliation
This is an introductory-intermediate level workshop intended for school personnel, social service professionals, and anyone looking for effective ways to respond to bullying.
Trainer: Mike Labun
Mike teaches CTRI workshops in the areas of violence prevention, restorative justice, and conflict resolution. He holds a Bachelor's degree in Psychology and a Certificate in Conflict Resolution, and has over twenty years of experience as a leader in the conflict resolution and violence prevention field. He believes that learning is a life-long endeavor and that the process of development should be enjoyable and motivating. As a facilitator, Mike uses his experiences working in a manufacturing environment, inner-city drop-in, boys camp, and as a mediator to illustrate the material. He has an interactive and engaging style that easily motivates participants to incorporate workshop material into their own environments.