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    Identifying and Managing Bullying Behavior

    Let the Walls Fall Down Fall Webinar Series
    Identifying and Managing Bullying Behavior


     Thursday, March 3, 2022
    8:00 PM Eastern/5:00 PM Pacific  
     
    This interactive webinar will help parents identify if their child is being bullied or if their child exhibits bullying behavior towards others.
         Identification is the first step; now, what to do? We will discuss ways to manage the behavior and where to go for help. We will spend time understanding how bullying behavior is developed and the fact that it is a BEHAVIOR, not a person. How do we help children develop empathy and coping skills to avoid bullying behavior? How do we teach children who are being bullied to stand up to the person bullying them?
         Participants will be provided with resources to increase their understanding further and support any necessary follow-up.
    American Baptist Women's Ministries' webinars and recordings are free to watch, but donations are welcome. Your donation will allow American Baptist Women's Ministries to continue providinge programs, resources, and leader training for ministries with women and girls. Click here to make a donation.
     

    Guest Panelist: Dana Jones
    Mrs. Dana Jones is an experienced Social Worker with a background in education, health care, juvenile justice, counseling, domestic violence, and crisis. She is a New Jersey Certified School Social Worker and Anti- Bullying Specialist.
         Mrs. Jones has worked with students in all grade levels from pre-K to college. She has served on the School Management Team and the Positive Behavior Support in Schools Team. She currently chairs the Intervention and Referral Services Team as well as the Harassment, Intimidation, and Bullying investigation team in her school.
         In 2005 and 2020, Mrs. Jones was acknowledged as a recipient of the Governor's Teacher Recognition Program for outstanding educational contributions in her school district. In addition to her role as a School Social Worker, Mrs. Jones is a private practice therapist specializing in children, adolescents, and young adults.
         Mrs. Jones received her Bachelor's Degree in Psychology and Elementary Education from Fairleigh Dickinson University and her Master's Degree in Clinical Social Work from New York University. She also completed a Post Master's Certificate in Clinical Work with Adolescents from New York University.

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