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OUTLoud Bully Curriculum

A 1 to 3 hour training for school staff and teachers, community partners, and families.

The desired outcomes are:

  • Be able to define bullying and bias based harassment and who’s involved in the behaviors
  • Identify the relationship between bullying and bias based harassment & negative mental health outcomes
  • Identify negative emotions associated with these experiences-for the bully, the target, and the bystander
  • Understand the risks LGBTQ youth face
  • Recognize protective factors against bullying and bias based harassment
  • Recognize the warning signs for suicide
  • Demonstrate the intervention strategies of show you care, ask the question and go for help
  • Understand what schools, families, and community partners can do to prevent and intervene in bullying incidents:
  • This section is broken down into 3 different presentations focused on the target audience of either schools, families, or community partners
  • Identify resources for help at school and in the community

 


For more information and to arrange training, please contact jwinslow@crisisclinic.org.

 

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Partnership in Support of LGBTQ Youth:
Safe Schools Coalition
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