Helping young people understand and manage
Relational aggression is the name given to a type of aggression or bullying in which hurt and harm may be caused by damaging someone's relationships or social status. Often the perpetrators of this are people considered as 'friends' by those on the recieving end and in some cases it has become so pervasive that all members of a social group may be using it to control each other and gain status.
Dealing with it, from anonymous online trolls to 'best friends' who are 'only trying to help' can feel beyond many young people and the solutions provided by their parents and teachers can make things worse or can lower self confidence when adult solutions don't work for them.
This workshop is about helping your young person understand the nature of true friendships and to manage interractions with others in ways that place value on themselves in all their relationships.
We'll consider what to do, what to say and how to support young people to become confident, kind and considerate young adults who expect nothing less from others - and have the skills to manage some of the bad things that can occur.
Date: Tuesday 19th May 2020
Time: 7.30 - 9.30pm
Venue: Whitton Community Centre, Percy Road, Twickenham, TW2 6JL
Booking is required
Places cost £17.50 each. Some £2.50 places may be available for those who need them, please contact me to request one.
additional places can be added at checkout
Copies of the latest edition of 'Whatever' will be available to buy for £9.99 and I'm happy to sign them too if you'd like.
(Make great personalised gifts.)
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