          Holli Kenley, M.A. , MFT
PROTECTIONPREVENTIONINTERVENTION
   1. Prevalence   2. Relationship To Traditional Bullying   3. Vocabulary & Synonyms & Types
“Cyber bullying is an aggressive, intentional act, carried out  by a group or individual, using electronic forms of contac...
Safeguard Against   Risk of Cyber Harm
Degree of Access > Degree of Risk
   1. Prepare Children   2. Family Internet Use Agreement   3. Supervise and Monitor
   4. Net Neighborhood   5. Web Buddies   6. Technological Solutions
TEAM RESPONSIBILITY   1. Parents & Guardians   2. Youth   3. Schools   4. Community   5. Law Enforcement
   Questions
           (Spears, Slee, Owens & Johnson, 2009)
   Address Causal FactorsImplement  Healthy Practices Into Our  Relationships With Technology and         With One Another
Degree of Usage > Degree of Impact on                  Emotional, Physical,                  Psychological &              ...
   What The Research Tells Us   1. Consequences of Indirect Contact and Interaction   2. Increased Disinhibition and Mo...
   1.Societal Influences and Modeling   2. Social Learning Theory   3. Ease of Technology   4. Behavioral Reinforcemen...
   Adopt a Family Philosophy of “Cyber Balance”   1. Begin With An Inventory of Family’s Use of    Technology   2. Set ...
   Adopt A Family Philosophy of Cyber Balance   3. Find Ways To Experience Direct Interaction, To       Empathize and To...
 Adopt An Organizational Philosophy of Being      Present and Available and of Modeling Mutual Respect   1. Positive Int...
   A TEAM APPROACH   1. Parents & Guardians   2. Youth   3. Schools   4. Community   5. Law Enforcement
           (Hinduja & Patchin, 2012)
Identify   Role/s  Assess Levels   of HarmImplement   Healing Strategies
Degree in Changing      Degree ofBehaviors, Attitudes, > Victimizationand Emotions            or of Cyber                 ...
   1. Don’t Just Ask – KNOW   2. Warning Signs -Profiles of Victim and Cyber Bully   3. Why Victims Don’t Tell and Cybe...
   Victim        1. Danger To Self or To Others        2. Underlying Pathology        3. Profile and History
   Cyber Bully        1. Danger To Self and To Others        2. Underlying Pathology/ Needs & Motivations        3. Histo...
   Victim:         1. The 3 S’s:            Safety Measures In Place            Surround With Support (family, peers, sch...
   Cyber Bully        1. Punishment Versus Restorative Justice        2. The 3 C’s :            Contract            Conse...
TEAM APPROACH   1. Parents & Guardians   2. Youth   3. School   4. Community   5. Law Enforcement
   Questions
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This presentation is for parents, guardians, educators, and communtity members. Its focus is on practical steps to take in the protection of, intervenion with, and prevention of cyber bullying.

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Cyber Bullying No More: Parent Education Workshop

  1. 1.  Holli Kenley, M.A. , MFT
  2. 2. PROTECTIONPREVENTIONINTERVENTION
  3. 3.  1. Prevalence 2. Relationship To Traditional Bullying 3. Vocabulary & Synonyms & Types
  4. 4. “Cyber bullying is an aggressive, intentional act, carried out by a group or individual, using electronic forms of contact,repeatedly and over time, against a victim who cannot easily defend him or herself.” (Smith, Mahdavid, Carvalho & Tippett, 2006 )
  5. 5. Safeguard Against Risk of Cyber Harm
  6. 6. Degree of Access > Degree of Risk
  7. 7.  1. Prepare Children 2. Family Internet Use Agreement 3. Supervise and Monitor
  8. 8.  4. Net Neighborhood 5. Web Buddies 6. Technological Solutions
  9. 9. TEAM RESPONSIBILITY 1. Parents & Guardians 2. Youth 3. Schools 4. Community 5. Law Enforcement
  10. 10.  Questions
  11. 11.   (Spears, Slee, Owens & Johnson, 2009)
  12. 12.  Address Causal FactorsImplement Healthy Practices Into Our Relationships With Technology and With One Another
  13. 13. Degree of Usage > Degree of Impact on Emotional, Physical, Psychological & Relational Well-Being
  14. 14.  What The Research Tells Us 1. Consequences of Indirect Contact and Interaction 2. Increased Disinhibition and Moral Disengagement 3. Internet Addiction Disorder/s 4. Psychological and Physical Disorders
  15. 15.  1.Societal Influences and Modeling 2. Social Learning Theory 3. Ease of Technology 4. Behavioral Reinforcement by Technology and By- Standers 5. Individual Vulnerabilities and Susceptibilities
  16. 16.  Adopt a Family Philosophy of “Cyber Balance” 1. Begin With An Inventory of Family’s Use of Technology 2. Set Up Family Guidelines To Obtain Cyber Balance
  17. 17.  Adopt A Family Philosophy of Cyber Balance 3. Find Ways To Experience Direct Interaction, To Empathize and To Serve Others 4. Parents and Guardians Must Model Healthy Behaviors
  18. 18.  Adopt An Organizational Philosophy of Being Present and Available and of Modeling Mutual Respect 1. Positive Interdependent Experiences 2. Face To Face Interaction 3. Model Interpersonal Skills and Empathic Exercises 4. An Enforceable Policy In Place
  19. 19.  A TEAM APPROACH 1. Parents & Guardians 2. Youth 3. Schools 4. Community 5. Law Enforcement
  20. 20.   (Hinduja & Patchin, 2012)
  21. 21. Identify Role/s Assess Levels of HarmImplement Healing Strategies
  22. 22. Degree in Changing Degree ofBehaviors, Attitudes, > Victimizationand Emotions or of Cyber Bullying or Both
  23. 23.  1. Don’t Just Ask – KNOW 2. Warning Signs -Profiles of Victim and Cyber Bully 3. Why Victims Don’t Tell and Cyber Bullies Don’t Reveal
  24. 24.  Victim 1. Danger To Self or To Others 2. Underlying Pathology 3. Profile and History
  25. 25.  Cyber Bully 1. Danger To Self and To Others 2. Underlying Pathology/ Needs & Motivations 3. History, Profile and Relationship To Technology
  26. 26.  Victim: 1. The 3 S’s: Safety Measures In Place Surround With Support (family, peers, school) Social Skill Building 2. Counseling 3. Address Legal Issues 4. Re-visit Family Internet Contract
  27. 27.  Cyber Bully 1. Punishment Versus Restorative Justice 2. The 3 C’s : Contract Consequences Counseling (group work, social skill building, empathy) 3. Positive Need Fulfillment 4. Legal Ramifications
  28. 28. TEAM APPROACH 1. Parents & Guardians 2. Youth 3. School 4. Community 5. Law Enforcement
  29. 29.  Questions

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