Presentation on theme: "Bullying and Self-injury What have we found so far? Emma Brown and the Youth Wellbeing Study."— Presentation transcript:
Bullying and Self-injury What have we found so far? Emma Brown and the Youth Wellbeing Study
How common is bullying? Nonvictim (61%)
How common is bullying?
What types of bullying?
How bad is the bullying?
Why were they bullied?
Bullying groups and wellbeing outcomes
Bullying and School Serious victims School less important Disliked school Did not feel like a part of their school Felt less safe at school More likely to ignore bullying of other students Felt that other students ignored bullying Felt that teachers did not take action against bullying
Successful Bullying Program Characteristics Social-ecological perspective model of bullying prevention programs. Hazler, R.J & Carney, J.V. In Handbook of School Violence & School Safety – International Research & Practice (2 nd ed). Edited by Mayer, M.J & Furlong, M.J.
Experiential Avoidance Model (EAM) The Experiential Avoidance Model. Reproduced from ‚ Solving the puzzle of deliberate self-harm: The experiential avoidance model,‛ by A.L. Chapman et al., 2006, Behaviour Research and Therapy, 44, p. 373.