SAN DIEGO COUNTY
University of California
SAN DIEGO COUNTY

Bullying & Behavioral Problems

Bullying and Behavioral Problems

Who Should Attend this Satellite Conference:

  • Teachers, principals, child care providers, parenting educators
  • Social workers, family support workers
  • Faith leaders
  • Future professionals (i.e., college students)
  • Counselors, psychologists, marriage and family therapists
  • Pediatricians, nurses
  • Extension staff, 4-H leaders
  • Parents
What You Will Learn:
  • What to consider when working with children and youth who have behavioral problems
  • How to select and implement effective school and community programs, services, and approaches
  • Strengths that enable children to manage fear and resist predatory peer behavior - especially bullying and other forms of intimidation
  • How courage develops: infancy through middle school
  • What to consider when selecting interventions and providers
  • How families, schools, and community agencies can collaborate to help children and youth who have behavioral problems like extreme aggressiveness, conduct disorders, and bullying
  • How to nurture integrity and courage in children and youth
  • The role of childhood resiliency in fear management

For more information about this event, click here for the Conference Brochure .

If you have questions or comments about this event, contact Sue Manglallan at 858-694-8836. 

To register, click this Conference Registration Form , fill it out, print it, and send it with your registration fee to:
UC Cooperative Extension
5555 Overland Avenue, Bldg. 4, Suite 4101
San Diego, CA 92123
Attn: Sue Manglallan

 

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