Bullying and Mental Health Training

Bullying and Mental Health Training

Find out how bullying impacts children's mental health and how you can promote an anti-bullying culture within your field of practice .

What you'll learn

This course helps you understand bullying and explores strategies for preventing it.

By the end of the course, you’ll:

  • be able to identify different types of bullying
  • understand the impact of bullying on children's mental health
  • identify risk factors that make children vulnerable to bullying
  • be ready to use a range of interventions to support an anti-bullying culture
  • understand how bullying and mental health interrelate and contribute to each other
  • be able to draw on a range of bullying case studies that cover racism, hate crime and homophobia

Why take this course?

46% of children aged 10-15 said they'd been bullied at some point, according to a recent survey. If you're a professional working with children, it's essential to understand bullying and its links with mental illness so you can support the children you care for and work towards an anti-bullying culture.

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