Bullying Can Be Stopped. Learn How

 

This is a fun and interactive , hands on, session, geared towards teachers and others working with children/youth. It will allow participants to learn the skills necessary to put an end to bullying using drama and re-enactments  

It has won the Solicitor General’s Award for Community Safety, The Society for Children and Youth Award for Child and Youth Friendly Communities, and A Youth Action Award from The BC Attorney General’s Office, along with several other corporate or society awards.

 

Included in these sessions are ways in which participants can teach anti-bullying skills to the children/youth they work with. Children/youth, and even adults, can then personally end any bullying they encounter, before it grows.

This workshop has been presented to schools, PACs, Teachers, and other

Professionals, through-out the lower main-land and Fraser Valley for the past 18 years and has now reached thousands of children/youth, parents and professionals.

 

Professionals, children, and their parents say, “It works!”

 

 

To Bring/Important Notes

note paper and pen 

Sessions

Saturday 9:00 AM - 10:30 AM
Room 106
Vancouver Film School (VFS) Cordova

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Saturday 11:00 AM - 12:30 PM
Room 106
Vancouver Film School (VFS) Cordova

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Presenter

  • Steve Andrews

    Steve Andrews, Founder: Bully Back Off was formed by Steve and a number of senior high school students from East Vancouver over 18 years ago. He has worked with children and teens for over 25 years, and has over 6 years of post- secondary education. He has enjoyed teaching college level Child and Youth Care Counselling and being an Instructor at an Alternate School. In addition he has been a Youth Services Coordinator and a Counsellor in many municipalities including: Vancouver, Maple Ridge, Port Moody, and Chilliwack. Currently he is a Child/Youth and Family Counsellor in the Fraser Valley, as well as teaching anti-bullying skills directly to professionals, students, and parents on a weekly basis

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