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Empathy Series Article #4: “Empathy Strategies Initiative”

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30th of July 2018

Empathy Series Article #4: “Empathy Strategies Initiative”

“I think it’s a wonderful opportunity to get to know your students because it really creates a space where students feel impelled to speak up and engage in the lessons. I also feel that my students were challenged in a supportive way.” – 6th grade Advisory, Female Teacher “This quote encapsulates perfectly what many teachers […]


23rd of July 2018

Empathy Series Article #3: “The Empathy Advantage”

*Featured piece of full article below (Borba, 2017). Read the full article here: http://micheleborba.com/empathic-kids/ “Here are four ideas that might help you raise a more caring, kind children and help them reap The Empathy Advantage (UnSelfie, 2017). Switch roles The next time there’s a conflict between your child and a friend (or between you and […]


16th of July 2018

Empathy Series Article #2: “Psychology behind Harry Potter books”

*Featured piece of full article below (Scarlet, 2014). Read the full article here: http://www.superhero-therapy.com/2014/10/psychology-behind-harry-potter-books-post-1-of-3-compassion/ “In reading the Harry Potter series we learn what cruelty is, we are reminded of what unspeakable horrors human beings are capable of, and most importantly, we are reminded of how amazing human beings can be. Through seeing the world through Harry’s […]


9th of July 2018

Empathy Series Article #1: “A Look at Special Book by Special Kids”

“Research investigating the prevalence of bullying has found victimization rates to be over 50% for children with disabilities (Schroeder, Cappadocia, Bebko, Pepler & Weiss, 2014). As early as the preschool years, when compared to their neurotypical peers, children with disabilities (cognitive and/or physical) receive lower likability ratings from their peers and are sought out less […]


28th of February 2018

Spring 2018 Newsletter

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Monica Lewinsky and Dr. Eddie Moore Announced as Keynote Presenters for 2018 International Bullying Prevention Conference

“The 15th annual International Bullying Prevention Conference, November 5-7 in San Diego brings together professionals working with youth across the globe on bullying prevention.” SAN DIEGO, CA, February 28, 2018 /24-7PressRelease/ — Keynote presenters at the bullying prevention conference include social activist Monica Lewinsky, whose story is powerful and relatable to all of us simply […]


24th of June 2017

Few Exhibit Tables Left at the International Bullying Prevention Conference this November in Nashville

There are just a few exhibit tables left at the International Bullying Prevention Conference this November in Nashville. Reserve your table today and showcase your products or services to 800 + professionals working with youth. Click Here to Learn More >>  


20th of January 2017

Should Kids Have Cell Phones? Experts Pick Sides

Should Kids Have Cell Phones? Experts Pick Sides Becoming too connected used to be an issue kids had with stuffed animals and pacifiers. Now it’s a matter of smart phones and tablets. And whether this is a positive development remains to be seen. Sure, growing up in the technology age has its fair share of […]


19th of January 2017

Letter to Mrs. Trump – Larry Magid Tech Talk

Larry Magid, tech journalist and internet safety activist, has some bullying prevention thoughts related to the recent election.   See also this article in the Mercury News: Larry Magid: Helping Melania Trump combat cyber-bullying


16th of November 2016

IBPA’s Statement on the Recent Election

From the International Bullying Prevention Association There are many things that can divide people, politics being one of them.  We know that after the election we will have youth and adults who are energized by an outcome as well as youth and adults who are deeply concerned. We appreciate the President-elect’s pledge to be a […]