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Bullying: A Parent's Guide

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Add to Calendar 14-11-2011 14-11-2011 15 Bullying: A Parent's Guide Peers influence academic performance, self-esteem, and emotional well-being. Bullying behavior is on the rise and has potentially devastating repercussions. This 90-minute workshop for parents focuses on communication within the family as a starting point to enhance positive peer relationships. Participants are actively engaged, and individual questions and concerns are addressed. Learn about: signs and symptoms of bullying victimization and antagonism; coping and intervention strategies; best practices at home and in school. Preregistration required; call 212-726-2131. http://www.nymetroparents.com/2014neweventinfo.cfm?id=96333 Private Office of Amy Meyers, Ph.D. true DD/MM/YYYY
November 14, 2011
3-4:30pm
Private Office of Amy Meyers, Ph.D.
Manhattan
Adult
$40

Description: Peers influence academic performance, self-esteem, and emotional well-being. Bullying behavior is on the rise and has potentially devastating repercussions. This 90-minute workshop for parents focuses on communication within the family as a starting point to enhance positive peer relationships. Participants are actively engaged, and individual questions and concerns are addressed. Learn about: signs and symptoms of bullying victimization and antagonism; coping and intervention strategies; best practices at home and in school. Preregistration required; call 212-726-2131.

Address: 165 W. 95th Street
Manhattan, NY 10025
Phone: 212-726-2131
Website: www.lauragould.org

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