For many children and teens, the experience of being bullied in school is one that scars them for life. In recent years, much attention has been given to this problem. Articles appear consistently on the internet, in newspapers and in magazines regarding bullying in school. Many schools have … [Read more...] about How prevalent is bullying in school?
There is a lot that you can do, as a parent, to help your child. Often, though, you should reach out to a professional who specializes in helping children that are being bullied. Feel free to reach out to Dr. Krauss today. Just call or fill out the contact form and ask for a free consultation. Dr. Krauss offers effective online and in-person support for you and for your child – and the help is short-term, focused on getting results for your child. Learn more here.
Your kid is not to blame for being bullied. The bully is to blame! You can teach your child how to modify their facial expressions to make your child less vulnerable. Modifying facial expressions to stop bullies can be extraordinarily effective. … [Read more...] about Work on your child’s facial expressions to stop bullies
Children and teens that are diagnosed with learning disabilities have a much greater chance of being bullied than their peers without learning disabilities. One reason for this is that children with learning disabilities often lack age appropriate social skills. While many children with learning … [Read more...] about How to help a student with learning disabilities who is being bullied
Bullies often follow patterns when harassing children. Most children suffer from bullying during particular windows during the day. The bully may strike in the schoolyard before school, in the cafeteria during lunch, on the way home, or in the neighborhood playground. By identifying when and … [Read more...] about Where is your child being bullied at school and outside of school?
I often say to parents, imagine that when you went to work your colleagues teased you, tried to trip you when you walked down the hall, and laughed in your face; how long would you actually stay on the job? Bullying usually happens in school. It can affect self-esteem, can bring on depression, … [Read more...] about How you can help your child overcome bullying
Children with Asperger's (autism spectrum disorders) have great difficulty interpreting social cues involving even routine social interactions. This is why bullies target children on the spectrum three times more often than other children. Until our schools and communities are able to eradicate … [Read more...] about Help your child with Asperger’s stop bullies