Systemic Anti-Bullying Support For Child Specialists With Protocols & Resources - 3 CPD POINTS
Help A Child In Identifying, Addressing And Preventing Bullying. Tips, Tricks, Strategies & Resources To Handle Bullying Effectively.
Bullying is a very real concern all over the world and still, we often feel like we don’t have the knowledge or practical skill to handle either side of the coin. This course will teach you everything you need to know about different behaviour, bullying, what to do and teach a child as well as what the teacher and school should do. By investing in this course, you will receive most of the resources that you will need as a parent, teacher or school on your anti-bullying journey.
I started teaching in 2004 while still studying. After completing my Education degree at the University of Johannesburg in 2006, I took a special interest in psychology. I went on to complete my Psychometry Honours and Educational Psychology Masters Degree at the University of Pretoria and qualified as an Educational Psychologist in 2009.
I remained in the schooling system with my role changing from educator to school psychologist where I got the opportunity to address a lot of the issues I saw in the classroom on an individual basis.
In addition, I also entered private practice and qualified as a BabyGym instructor in 2009. My focus was on developmental classes with moms and their babies, the prevention of learning difficulties, learning difficulties, emotional difficulties, career guidance, accommodations/concessions and school readiness. I especially enjoyed giving parents guidance as I felt that the parent’s role in the intervention process were crucial for success.
The fact that parents often felt left in the dark with regards to their children’s therapy or the education system, sparked my interest in training even further.
Demystifying educational and developmental issues one parent or therapist at a time was very satisfying. I'm now doing this on a platform that could potentially reach millions of parents, teachers and therapists. This for me is exhilarating.
I speak from the theoretical knowledge of a psychologist and educator, but I also rely on my experience as a mother. My kids often provide my most valuable learning experiences.