Bullying as a Form of Trauma
Presenter: Jane Riese, LSW
September 4, 2019 from 2:00pm – 3:00pm ET
Description: Research has brought new levels of understanding about the detrimental short and long-term effects of bullying on all students involved, including those who are bystanders in the process. Bullying is a potentially traumatic experience that can have lasting impacts well into adulthood for those who are involved. This webinar will explore the connection between bullying and trauma and offer ideas, strategies, and resources to help promote and support student resilience and bring trauma informed practices into your bullying prevention efforts.
Bio: Jane Riese is the Associate Director of Safe and Humane Schools within the Department of Youth, Family and Community Studies at Clemson University. Ms. Riese participated in the initial Olweus Bullying Prevention Program trainer certification process in 2000 and helped to coordinate and conduct the first U.S. Trainer Certification Course held in 2001. She currently oversees Olweus trainer certification, recertification, and the work of Olweus Technical Assistance Consultants. A licensed social worker and prevention educator, Ms. Riese developed and directed dialogue-based restorative justice programming in her community and was the director of a prosecution-based victim services program. Jane serves as a member of the Pennsylvania State Board of Social Workers, Marriage and Family Therapists, and Professional Counselors.
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