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5 Bullying Prevention Resources for the New School Year

With the new school year fast approaching, PREVNet wants you to be prepared with the tools and resources you need. We’ve included some resources that may be helpful for parents, teachers, and school administrators who are interested in learning more about preventing bullying and promoting healthier peer relationships. These tools were all developed by PREVNet researchers and/or PREVNet partner organizations, experts in children’s social and emotional wellbeing. 

Research in the News: Bullying & Healthy Relationships

Every day, across the country, PREVNet researchers work on projects that help us understand bullying, how to prevent it, and how to promote healthy peer relationships. Read about four of our experts who've appeared in the media recently, talking about different ways to prevent bullying, promote healthy relationships, and increase youth wellbeing.

Your child is being bullied, now what?

Parents have an important role to play in helping children deal with bullying in their lives. PREVNet's Lavina Sadhwani shares 10 tips for parents to help them create safe spaces for their children to discuss bullying. 

Getting to the Heart of Cyberbullying

PREVNet's post doctoral fellow, Dr. Danielle Quigley discusses cyberbullying: what it is, how to deal with it and what it feels like to have the everyone laughing at you. 


Bullying Prevention Strategies That Work: The Durham District School Board Success Story

The Durham District Board's safe schools team reccently adapted PREVNet's Bullying Prevention and Intervention in the School Environment: Factsheets and Tools (2014) so they could provide training for staff and administration in their 131 schools. By using stratgies that work, we can stop bullying in Canada and promote safe and healthy relationships for all Canadian children and youth.

Help! I’m being bullied at school...

Bullying should not be part of growing up. PREVNet's Lavina Sadhwani discusses 10 important tips that can help.

Relationships Matter

Loneliness isn't always about being alone.  A blog by PREVNet's Dr. Danielle Quigley.


Healthy development depends on healthy relationships

Dr. Danielle Quigley, Post-doctoral Fellow, PREVNet

Developing the capacity for healthy relationships is essential to healthy development. Building this capacity depends upon positive relationship experiences which create positive expectations, and in turn, skills, competencies and abilities.


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