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According to Child Trends, children who are bullied tend to feel unhappy and lonely, have greater difficulty making friends, and are more likely to experience anxiety and depression.  

Bullying is defined as a pattern of behavior intended to cause physical or psychological harm, typically between children with unequal power. Bullying can include physical coercion, hostile teasing, emotional bullying or online harassment. 

Join us for this presentation that will introduce basic concepts and definitions around bullying behaviors. It will address: 

  • signs that a child is being bullied; 
  • indicators that a child may be inclined to bully; 
  • impact on a child who is bullied; and 
  • communication skills that will help youth workers better relate to youth. 


  • Linda Henderson

    Community Relations Specialist, IU School of Public Health – Bloomington

    The Office of Global and Community Health Partnerships is part of the new IU School of Public Health–Bloomington. Linda’s background includes: Community Development Specialist with the CSR program at Purdue University and Prevention Specialist with the Indiana Prevention Resource Center. Henderson served in the Indiana General Assembly 1992-1994.