Bullying Prevention Services
Bullying prevention Services:
Bullying is referred to as any intentional behaviour repeated by an individual or group of individuals, to harm a person mentally, physically or emotionally. The person bullied is perceived to have less power than the one who bullies. Bullying is an intricate issue, which has severe impacts on victims physical and mental health.
Bullying at schools
Youth is considered more prone to bullying. A study by the Australian Institute of health and welfare (AIHW), reported that culturally and linguistically diverse (CALD) children are probably bullied more as compared to others during schooling. They either be bullied at schools or through social networks also referred to as cyberbullying.
A survey conducted by AIHW in 2016, on 160,000 children showed significant results of bullying faced by CALD children. They reported that around 70% of children face bullying throughout the year.
All these factors have a significant effect on the mental health of these children, they either lose confidence or get depressed. In some severe cases, it can lead to suicidal attempts as well.
Bullying at the workplace:
Job strain harms your mental health. One can bear stress to a particular extent, it thrashes one’s power to cope with the pressured situation. Such conditions encourage the high risk of bullying at the workplace.
Iso-strain can cause several medical conditions such as cardiovascular disease, anxiety and depression. At work, several forms of bullying are prevalent, such as verbal or physical, sexual harassment and intimidation.
We provide different services, in order to help the children and adults, who are bullied at schools or workplace in Australia.
Our services include:
- Training on how to prevent bullying.
- How to deal with bullying and helping others.
- Collaboration with some clinical professionals to support these people.
- Collaborations with teachers, parents and school administration to keep children safe from bullying.
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