Bullying and the Impact on Children’s Mental Health

Faith G. Harper, PhD, LPC-S, and Adrian Warren, PhD, LPC-S, present “Bullying and the Impact on Children’s Mental Health.” This 5-part video series, recorded during claritycon2014, identifies signs of bullying, children most at risk for bullying and the mental health consequences.

The objectives for this 5-part series include how to:

  • Identify signs of bullying and children most at risk for bullying.
  • Gain understanding of mental health consequences of bullying.
  • Gain understanding of laws that protect against bullying.
  • Gain knowledge about how to create bully-free schools and communities.

Clarity Child Guidance Center hosted Dr. Harper and Dr. Warren at claritycon2014 on June 12, 2014.

*Note: You must be able to access YouTube to view these videos. Some organizations limit access to this video-sharing website.

  • Faith G. Harper, PhD, LPC-S is a mom. She is also a licensed professional counselor, board supervisor, and counselor educator. But her kids will tell you that none of those things hold a candle to her chocolate chip cookie recipe. She can be reached through her website. Click here to view a video replay of Dr. Harper’s presentation at Claritycon2014, “The Impact of Bullying on Children’s Mental Health.” She co-presented with Adrian Warren, PhD, LPC-S.

  • Claritycon is Clarity Child Guidance Center’s annual summit on children’s mental health. Created in 2013, this conference equips educators, therapists, physicians, social workers, childcare workers, and community members with important children’s mental health information.

The opinions, representations and statements made within this guest article are those of the author and do not necessarily reflect those of One in Five Minds or Clarity Child Guidance Center. Any copyright remains with the author and any liability with regard to infringement of intellectual property rights remain with them. One in Five Minds and Clarity Child Guidance Center accepts no liability for any errors, omissions or representations.

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