Bully Survival

Date: Thursday, March 24, 2016

Time: 9:30AM – 12:30 PM

Location:  African American Art & Culture Complex– 762 Fulton Street, San Francisco


In this training we will explore strategies to create an intentional movement to say NO to bullying by saying YES to inclusion.  Our field research proves the best bullying prevention includes a combination of deep relationship building, teaching social emotional learning skills to build positive self-identity, and targeted interventions to meet an individual’s need to hurt/harm another participant. Bullying has become an epidemic that impacts most people at some point in their lives.  Participants will receive our Bully Survival Kit – a collection of tools to support you to minimize incidents of bullying, increase incidents of allyship, and identify targeted strategies to intervene when bullying occurs.


This Training is Ideal For:

  • Coordinators or Directors who oversee afterschool staff
  • Program leaders supervising youth
  • Program leaders or line staff who work directly with youth
  • Program leaders supporting youth in high-risk contexts



Presented by Be the Change Consulting 


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