Guest Blogger

Dr. Jackie Humans

Dr. Jackie Humans

Dr. Jackie Humans’ expertise on the topic of bullying is based on her own experience with being bullied as a child, both at home and at school, her experience with raising a child diagnosed with Asperger Syndrome and her work with Child Abuse Prevention Services (CAPS).

She is a well-known speaker and program leader to parents and students, grades K though 12, on subjects such as bully prevention, Internet safety, sexual harassment, date rape and child abuse.

Dr. Humans is also a recent graduate of the Workplace Bullying Institute, the only organization in the United States that trains individuals how to present anti-bullying programs for bullying in the workplace.

She is the author of How to ZAP a Bully! For more information, please visit www.JackieHumans.com

15 Ways to ZAP a Bully! can be purchased from amazon.com, barnesandnoble.com and through all major booksellers.

Website:

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Blog Posts by Dr. Jackie Humans

  • Step 5 of 5 for Becoming Your Child’s Bully Coach

    Step 5 of 5 for Becoming Your Child’s Bully Coach

    STEP FIVE: Credible reporting Sometimes a bullying situation has gone on so long that your child simply doesn’t have enough self- confidence to confront the bully without help from an adult.

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  • Step 4 of 5 for Becoming Your Child’s Bully Coach

    Step 4 of 5 for Becoming Your Child’s Bully Coach

    STEP FOUR: Role playing with a twist Practice role-playing games with your child by taking the role of the target while your child takes the role of the bully. 

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  • Step 3 of 5 for Becoming Your Child’s Bully Coach

    Step 3 of 5 for Becoming Your Child’s Bully Coach

    STEP THREE: Finding the right words When kids come up with their own ideas for deflating bullies, they’re not only more likely to remember them, they’re more likely to implement them, too.

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  • Step 2 of 5 for Becoming Your Child’s Bully Coach

    Step 2 of 5 for Becoming Your Child’s Bully Coach

    STEP TWO: Body language means everything Remind your child how important it is to be aware of the power of their ‘native tongue’, regardless of what language they speak. 

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  • 5 Steps for Becoming Your Child’s Bully Coach

    5 Steps for Becoming Your Child’s Bully Coach

    Believe it or not, most kids never report getting bullied. Not to their parents and not to their school.  So what’s a parent to do?  Take control of the situation before it gets to be a problem by becoming your child’s bully coach!

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