Working with families whose child is bullying : an evidence-based guide for practitioners / Jodie Lodge
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- Lodge, Jodie, author
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- Melbourne, Vic. : Australian Institute of Family Studies, 2014
- Melbourne, VIC : Australian Institute of Family Studies, 
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- CFCA paper ; no. 26. 2200-4106
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When children bully others at school, they are at significant risk of continuing this pattern of antisocial behaviour and having mental health concerns as they grow older. This guide provides practitioners and other professionals with information on school bullying and working with families. Sections include: The problem of bullying; How do I know if a child is bullying?; Approach to managing bullying; Assessing the prevalence and nature of the child's bullying behaviour; Examining risk and protective factors associated with bullying; and Supporting children who bully and their families. This guide is part of a suite of documents on children who bully: a background fact sheets and parent resources are also available.
- At head of title: Australian Institute of Family Studies, Child Family Community Australia.
- First issued as a fact sheet in July 2014; re-issued September 2014 as part of the CFCA paper series.
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