The Anti-Bullying Handbook is an essential source of information which provides a clear overview of what we understand about bullying.
This fully revised second edition of Keith Sullivan's very popular book is an ideal resource to increase knowledge on a difficult subject. It covers a vast range of issues with clarity and precision. It has been updated and expanded to include:
What we know and can do about cyber bullying; Using puppet theatre to teach Early Childhood and Primary Children about bullying; Confronting issues through using a collaborative and restorative justice techniques; Social Action Drama
This book is for parents, teachers, administrators, counselors, therapists, psychologists, teacher trainers and students.
Keith Sullivan is a widely published author. He is professor of Education at the National University of Ireland, Galway.
Chapter 17: A Circle of Friends
Drawing in particular on the research of a colleague, Tina Axup, Barbara Maines and George Robinson created an excellent programme entitled ‘A Circle of Friends'. The thinking behind the programme is that children with emotional and behavioural problems, who are often ...