Supporting a young person who is experiencing cyber-bullying
Kelly is a 16 year old girl in a same sex relationship. She has returned to school following a period of absenteeism, including time living on the streets. She visits the school counsellor following incidences of cyber-bullying. The interdisciplinary panel explore ways to provide a collaborative care approach for Kelly.
By watching this webinar you will be better able to:
- recognise the key principles of intervention and the roles of different disciplines in assessing, treating and supporting a young person who is experiencing cyber-bullying
- understand the merits, challenges and opportunities in providing collaborative care to a young person who is experiencing cyber-bullying.
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