Bullying Prevention Training
Cyberbullying Prevention Training
Cyberbullying is a form of bullying that occurs through email, instant messaging, in a chat room, social media on a web site or through digital messages or images that are sent to a cellular phone or personal digital assistant (PDA). These training sessions focus on helping caregivers recognize the ways that cyberbullying can happen, how to prevent it; how to help someone who has been victimized or how to counsel those who have participated in this behavior.
Bullying Awareness Workshops & Prevention Seminars
Bullying Awareness Workshops begin the process of bullying prevention by inspiring parents and the community to start a program in the classroom or pre-school, on the sports field, or anywhere bullying is a concern. Bullying Prevention Seminars give teachers, early childhood education providers, school counselors, coaches, school-age childcare practitioners and parents the tools they need to prevent bullying behavior.
Dr. D’Antona works with the school superintendent, principals and/or teachers to develop the most appropriate program elements for building a safe, bullying-free environment.