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2 Presented by Cinnamon Key, RCSWI, CPLC of Jamila Wellness LLC Cinnamon J. Key, RCSWI, CPLC August 2014

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4  A Bully: a person who uses strength or power to harm or intimidate those who are weaker  To Bully: to use superior strength or influence to intimidate [someone], typically to force him/her to do what one wants  Other terms:  Systematically … inflicting physical hurt or psychological distress  Pattern of unwanted/repeated written, verbal, or physical behavior  …severe enough to create an intimidating, hostile, or offensive environment… Cinnamon J. Key, RCSWI, CPLC August 2014

5  Teasing  Social Exclusion  Threats  Intimidation  Stalking  Physical Violence  Theft  Sexual, Religious, or Racial Harassment  Public Humiliation  Destruction of Property  Spreading Rumors  Physical/verbal attacks  Mean or Rude Hand Gestures Cinnamon J. Key, RCSWI, CPLC August 2014

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7  Cyberbullying  the willful and repeated harassment and intimidation of an individual through the use of electronic mail or electronic communication with the intent to coerce, intimidate, harass, or cause substantial emotional distress to a person.  Cyberstalking / Cyberharassment  Same thing (for the most part) Cinnamon J. Key, RCSWI, CPLC August 2014

8 WWhen and how does it occur? WWhen? ▪2▪24 hours a day, 7 days a week! HHow? ▪E▪ s, texts, social media sites, chat groups, etc. ▪P▪Posting/sending pictures, videos, etc. ▪C▪Creating websites, fake profiles, etc.

9  Depression/Anxiety  Increased feelings of sadness and loneliness  Changes in sleep and eating patterns  Loss of interest in activities they used to enjoy  Health complaints  Decreased academic achievement  More likely to miss, skip, or drop out of school Cinnamon J. Key, RCSWI, CPLC August 2014

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11  Perceived as being “different”  Overweight or underweight, wearing glasses, different clothing, being new, not “cool”  Perceived as weak or unable to defend themselves  i.e., Karate Kid  Depressed, anxious, or has low self-esteem  Less popular, has few friends  Doesn’t get along well with others, seen as annoying or provoking Cinnamon J. Key, RCSWI, CPLC August 2014

12  LGBTQIA  Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Questioning/Queer, Intersex, Asexual/Ally  Disabilities or Other Special Health Needs  Race, Ethnicity, or National Origin  Language  Religion/Faith  Gender Cinnamon J. Key, RCSWI, CPLC August 2014

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14  Unexplainable Injuries  Lost or destroyed personal property  Frequently feeling sick or faking illness  Changes in eating habits  Difficulty sleeping  Declining interest in school  Sudden loss of friends or avoidance of social situations  Decreased self esteem  Self-destructive behaviors Cinnamon J. Key, RCSWI, CPLC August 2014

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16  StopBullying.gov  StopBullyingNow.com  ParentsAgainstBullying.com  SwitchboardMiami.org (2-1-1)  M-DCPS Help  StudentServices.DadeSchools.net/Bullying  School Police COPS  Bullying and Harassment Anonymous Tip Hotline CARE Cinnamon J. Key, RCSWI, CPLC August 2014

17 Miami-Dade County Public Schools Student Services The Cyberbullying and Stalking Guide Cinnamon J. Key, RCSWI, CPLC August 2014


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