Girl Drama Virtual Seminar 1/29/21

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One-Day Virtual Seminar

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This is a live ONLINE event. Attendees will be able to login beginning at 9:00 am ET/8:00 am CT. The live session will begin at 9:30 am Eastern Time/8:30 am Central Time.

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The focus of this one-day seminar is to provide educators specific strategies, activities and insights that can be used to confront and avoid girl drama and relational aggression. Based upon the latest brain research, as well as current best practices, these interventions can be used to revive, launch or sustain efforts to prevent drama and emotional violence among girls. Without help, girls who are targets often suffer lasting effects – including academic withdrawal, social withdrawal, depression, substance abuse, risky sexual behavior, delinquency, crime, dysfunctional relationships, self-injury and even suicide.

Relational aggression among girls has intensified with the explosion of online communication/ social media. While texting and Facebook are still widely used, Twitter, Instagram, Snapchat, Tumblr, Vine, Google+, Skype, Oovoo, Facetime, Omegle, Whisper, Yik Yak, Ask.FM, reddit, Digg, Pinterest, Polyvore, Kik and WhatsApp are growing fast, and 92% of North American teens now own a smartphone, according to the latest Pew Research. With the exception of gaming, girls are far more likely than boys to access these online options.

This seminar will help attendees understand the underlying neuroscience, as well as the latest research concerning drama and relational aggression among girls. Attendees will be provided tools for instilling social/emotional connections among girls that reduce relational aggression and improve academic outcomes.

Learning Objectives:

In this information-packed seminar, you will learn to:

  • Integrate the latest research-based insights into your bullying and relational aggression prevention program
  • Identify online communication and social media trends affecting today’s girls
  • Discover how to instill social/emotional connections among girls
  • Implement individual, small group and classroom strategies and activities
  • Design or revise your own action plan for addressing female relational aggression.

Who Should Attend

  • Classroom Teachers
  • Principals
  • Other Administrators
  • Special Education Personnel
  • Media Specialists
  • School Counselors & Psychologists
  • Social Workers (all levels)
  • Law Enforcement/SRO
  • Counselors & Therapists in Agencies & Private Practice

 

View Steph Jensen discussing relational aggression.

ABOUT THE PRESENTER

 

Stephanie Jensen, MS, LPC

Steph has held positions as classroom teacher, team leader, administrator, trainer, education consultant and national speaker. She also holds a master's degree in clinical counseling focusing on her efforts on adolescent and family issues. In recent years Steph has applied her passion for adolescents to focus on the dynamics of relational aggression, cyberbullying and sexualized bullying. She has spoken at national conferences and school districts across the country - combining research, practical strategies, prevention planning, parent education, crisis intervention, and curriculum implementation in her presentations. She is the author of Thrive in the Hive and Princess Priscilla and the Bully-Bee Day.

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