Anti-Bullying Seminar To Be Offered in September

"Defeating Bullies" will be presented on 9/26/12 in Canton, OH. This 6-hour course will help counselors learn how to identify and react decisively to bullying. Preventive strategies are presented, as are interventions and survival tips.
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Aug. 19, 2012 - PRLog -- Contact:           Beth Philley
               (330) 705-0938
               124 Manor Ave SW
               Canton, OH  44710

Anti-Bullying Seminar to be Offered in September

The seminar "Defeating Bullies" will be presented on Wednesday September 26, 2012 from 8:30 am to 4:00 pm at the Early Childhood Resource Center, 1718 Cleveland Ave SW in Canton.  This 6-hour intermediate-level highly interactive course will help counselors, therapists, social workers, and parents learn how to identify and react decisively to bullying, both with bullies and with victims.  Preventive strategies are presented, as are interventions and survival tips.

By the end of the course, each participant will be able to:
·        Identify the key elements of bullying and distinguish it from teasing.
·        Identify intervention strategies that can be used in dealing with bullies and with victims.
·        Describe how LGBTQ persons and the disabled are especially susceptible to bullying.
·        Explain prevention strategies for cyber-bullying.
·        Define sexual bullying and distinguish it from flirting and sexting.

Continuing education credits are available for professional counselors, social workers, and marriage / family therapists.

Participants may reserve a spot or get further information by calling 330-705-0938 or sending an e-mail to  Cost for the seminar is $60, with a $10 discount available for early registration prior to September 12th.

Trainer Beth Philley has been a foster and adoptive parent in Ohio since 1995.  She has fostered over 30 children, adopting three special needs boys.  Her personal experience in raising boys with severe oppositional-defiant behaviors, ADHD, and developmental disabilities enables her to present realistic, practical ideas for working with both children and parents.

A graduate of Kent State University and Antioch College, Beth owns her own business where she provides training on a wide variety of topics in child welfare for private agencies and through the Ohio Child Welfare Training Program under the auspices of the Institute for Human Services. is the sponsor of the continuing education credits for this program.  Participants will receive 6 CEU hours through  Certificates of completion will be issued at the conclusion of the training. is approved by the Ohio Counselor, Social Worker, and Marriage and Family Therapist Board - Provider # RCSTO31201, expires 3/2013.
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