Presenter, Brett Murray, draws from his personal experience and years of research to focus on the underlying message that no one deserves to be treated with anything less than honour, dignity and respect.
Bullying is now regarded as a serious mental health problem and not just a disciplinary issue. Despite more awareness & attention and focus from schools, communities and researchers, bullying continues to be highly prevalent in schools.
This evidence-based Program helps students, teachers & the greater school community to correctly identify bullying behaviour, what it is and what it is not, why people do it and how we can stop it.
Other topics covered during the presentation also include self-worth, self-esteem and identifying the key contributing factors that affect self-worth and self-esteem.
The program has a powerful component that positively reinforces each and every individual’s intrinsic worth and value, and challenges the participants with positive goal setting, dreams and vision for one’s life.
Audience: Years 7-12
Groups: Single or Multiple Year Groups
Topics/Focus: Identifying what Bullying is, what it is not, why people bully, how we can stop it, self-esteem, self-worth & achieving your dreams.