Arcadia University Continuing Education Graduate Counseling Psychology Workshop, Nov. 4
Mean Girls and Boys: What We Know About the Changing Face of Bullying Today and What We Can Do About It
Glenside, PA—Oct. 7, 2011—Arcadia University’s Graduate Program in Counseling Psychology present a Continuing Education in Psychology workshop, Mean Girls and Boys: What We Know About the Changing Face of Bullying Today and What We Can Do About It, with David Keller Trevaskis, on Nov. 4, from 2 to 5 p.m. in Arcadia’s Landman Library University Room. Arcadia University is located at 450 S. Easton Road, Glenside, Pa.
David Keller Trevaskis, an attorney and certified Olweus Bullying Trainer, will lead the workshop. With a Master’s in Education degree, Trevaskis teaches graduate classes on bullying prevention, and works with schools to prevent bullying. His Project PEACE program has brought bullying prevention to hundreds of schools as part of a systematic process of democratic discipline.
Participants of the workshop will learn the definition of bullying in its various forms, including cyber bullying; confront myths and stereotypes about bullying; increase their ability to effectively intervene in bullying situations; become aware of the research behind the Olweus Bullying Prevention program; examine how the law is handling bullying today; and explore why bullying is such a concern for those who work with and care about LGBTQ young people.
For information on registration and fees visit www.arcadia.edu/aucepp or contact Carol Lyman at 215-572-4693 or email@example.com. All paid attendees can receive 3 CE credits.
The Graduate program in Counseling Psychology at Arcadia University prepares highly qualified mental health clinicians for positions in schools, community mental health centers, hospitals, and other health agencies, business and industry settings. Throughout the program students are given ample opportunity to integrate coursework with firsthand experience by learning and practicing skills needed to be highly effective, culturally competent and ethical providers of mental health care to diverse populations. Graduates also use their ever-growing base of knowledge and skills to provide evidence-based therapy to achieve positive clinical outcomes.
Arcadia University is approved by the American Psychological Association to sponsor continuing education for psychologist.
About Arcadia University: Arcadia University is a top-ranked private university in metropolitan Philadelphia and a national leader in study abroad and international education. Arcadia University promises a distinctively global, integrative and personal learning experience that prepares students to contribute and prosper in a diverse and dynamic world. The 2010 Open Doors report ranks Arcadia University No. 1 in the percentage of undergraduate students studying abroad. U.S. News & World Report ranks Arcadia University among the top regional universities in the North, and as one of the top study abroad programs in the nation. The Physical Therapy program is ranked seventh in the nation.