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Effects of Bullying and Interventions with Aggression

Level: Advanced Practice – Lineworker

Credits: 6

Intended Audience: Social Workers and other professionals and paraprofessionals who encounter aggressive behaviors between children and youth

Intended Objectives:

  • Learn various forms of anger
  • Learn to identify relationship between developmental problems and aggressive, or dangerous, behaviors.
  • Understand the impact of adult behavior on child/youth behaviors.
  • Learn specific skills to teach self-control, anger management, problem solving

Topics Include:

  • Increased understanding of forms of behaviors
  • Dynamics of parental influence on child behavior
  • Cultural influences and aggression
  • Strategies and skills for effective intervention
  • Working with those who are bullied

CalSWEC Competencies Addressed:

2.14 Participant understands the importance of working together with biological families, foster families, and kin networks, including involving them in assessment and planning and helping them cope with special stresses and difficulties.

3.5 Student demonstrates understanding of how the strengths perspective and empowerment approaches can influence growth, development, and behavior change.

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