Victim-proof your child
Bullying is a reality across schools in SA. Unfortunately, it often starts at a very young age and if not addressed, can have devastating results.
This webinar aims to address preventative and curative strategies which can be used by parents, teachers and therapists, to equip children for difficult interpersonal challenges, including bullying. It includes advice, strategies and knowledge about various situations and settings in which these challenges may be encountered, including the ever-growing exposure to the cyberspace, where bullying often takes place from behind the screen.
The knowledge and strategies covered in this session is effective, and can easily be implemented by parents and professionals who wish to explore, discover and mobilise the innate resilience in every child they encounter.
Join us for an insightful webinar on bullying, presented by Occupational Therapist, Ananja de Lange, on how to victim-proof your child. In this session aimed at parents and teachers, she will discuss:
• What is bullying and what it is not
• Types of Bullying
• How to develop socio-emotional skills in your children
• Setting up a safe environment and the limits thereof
• Why children bully others and what to do with a bully
• Empowering children to deal with bullies and avoid being bullied
We have two dates and will be presenting the same information on both evenings:
Wednesday 22 September (18h00 - 20h00) - COMPLETED
Tuesday 19 October (18h00 - 20h00)
Cost is R200 per parent and R100 per teacher - choose between 22 September or 19 October. (For Teachers, your SACE number is a requirement to book a ticket at the reduced fee)
** Attendees will receive webinar links on the morning of the session they've booked for **
About the presenter:
Ananja qualified from the University of Stellenbosch in 1997 and completed her Postgraduate Diploma at WITS in 2000. She has experience in physical rehabilitation, treatment of learning difficulties, AD/HD and Autism Spectrum Disorders as well as Medico-legal work. She has a special interest in cognitive approaches to health and wellbeing. She places high value on family, friends, creativity, and common sense.
Ananja has extensive experience working in schools as an Occupational Therapist and, for the past 4 years, have been the Principal of a small private primary school in Randburg.
As a mother of two, she is empathetic about the struggles and fears parents face while raising children in this strange new world.
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