Bullying, Teasing & Discipline: A Speech Therapist’s / Stutterer’s Perspective – EXPIRED

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  • Fluency, the 2 Main Types of Fluency Disorders and the differences between the two types of dysfluencies
  • What is bullying?
  • The power imbalance, unjust use of power, intent to harm, victim’s distress, repetition over time and evident enjoyment by the aggressor
  • How extensive is bullying? Amongst all children and among Children who Stutter
  • Types of bullying behaviours? Physical aggression, Social Alienation, Verbal, aggression, Intimidation and Relational Bullying
  • Effects of bullying? Generally, and the short term and long-term consequences – Specifically, in the child who stutters / clutters
  • How environment re-enforces bullying?
  • Reporting verse non-reporting,
  • “Victim role” verse resilience
  • Which child is most likely to be bullied?
  • Roles of therapists, parents, teachers
  • Dealing with bullying

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This course is no longer accredited or available for sale. If you purchased this course, you will still have access to the lesson video but not to the quiz, certification or allocation of CPD points.