Handling Bully Problems in Education: Q/A for School Professionals

  • 03 Apr 2014
  • 3:00 PM - 4:00 PM
  • Online
Sponsored by UNH Professional Development and Training

Cost: $95  To register:

This hour-long webinar will be an opportunity for participants to address questions to the instructor so there can be a real-world discussion about bullying in schools. The Q&A will be divided into five related topics, selected from evidence-based research, to be used as a guide to generate questions and seek solutions. You are invited to bring your concerns about bullying to the webinar; the instructor and participants will co-create critical responses and real-life solutions. The Q&A will be divided into these five areas:

  1. How to begin addressing concerns about bullying in a school; and exploring how to organize an initial “Bully Review Committee” in a school;
  2. Data collection, Adjudication and Bully Courts: Developing systematic methods of finding out about bullying and bringing it into public view;
  3. How to muster control and administrative authority to impose programming on bully offenders; re-education and rehabilitation;
  4. Logical consequences, learning new skills and exploring novel approaches to human interaction; and
  5. School policies that foster unity: maintain teams, learning about cultures and families, building bonds.

You will need a computer and web browser (Internet Explorer, Safari, Firefox, etc. to log into the live online workshop.)


Anita Remig

Anita Remig, Ed.D., F.P.P.R., F.S.M.I., is a practicing counseling psychologist and consultant specializing in brain-based research, childhood developmental disorders, learning problem interventions, and biofeedback therapy throughout the U.S. She is a licensed psychologist, certified school psychologist, and certified biofeedback specialist with over 30 years of experience, and she maintains a private practice offering psychotherapy, family therapy, and psychological testing. In the educational field, she provides coaching, tutoring, school consulting, IEP assistance, and psycho-educational evaluations. She has been offering seminars and workshops through UNH for several years and is a member of the NH Psychological Association, a Fellow of the Prescribing Psychologist Register, and a Fellow in Serious Mental Illness. Her articles have appeared in numerous publications including Child Study Journal, Language and Speech, and Journal of Child Psychology.

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