BULLYING BASICS: fast facts for busy counselors

Briggs, Wendy
March 2012
Annals of Psychotherapy & Integrative Health;Spring2012, Vol. 15 Issue 1, p10
Academic Journal
This article presents information on bullying that are of interest to counselors. In recent years, bullying has no longer viewed by the public as a school problem but rather a community problem. The three types of bullying are direct bullying, indirect bullying and cyber bullying. The consequences of bullying on the victims, bullies and bystanders. The article also discusses bully prevention and intervention efforts as well as school policies on bullying.


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