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September 28, 2016 - Posted in Education by Ken DeBerry
Students working to stop bullying

Carolina Classrooms is ETV's monthly educational series for teachers, parents and all citizens invested in the education of our children. Each program focuses on key educational topics and initiatives in our state.  Watch Full Episodes

Bullying and Suicide Prevention

This program will focus on bullying and suicide prevention as we look at how social issues affect student health and the learning process. In addition, we’ll talk about what resources are available to help. Guests include Alex Karydi, Ph.D., Program Director, SC Youth Suicide Prevention Initiative, and Jan Urbanski, Ed.D., Director of Safe and Humane Schools, Institute on Family and Neighborhood Life at Clemson University.  Also, ETV cameras visit Beaufort High School to talk with LaRaine Fess, Director of their play, and several students involved about their anti-bully play “See Something, Say Something.” Aired September 28, 2016

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Resources

The topics discussed are not new, but there is hope and there are resources available designed to help students, parents and teachers.

If you or someone you know needs help, contact the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 1-800-273-8255.

 

Bullying 

Preventing Bullying Through Science Policy and Practice  A new consensus report from the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine evaluates the state of the science on biological and psychosocial consequences of bullying as well as the context, scope, and impact of the problem. The report also outlines next steps in prevention for policymakers, parents, educators, healthcare providers, and others concerned with the care of children.

Clemson University website for the Olweus Bullying Prevention Program (OBPP) 

StopBullying.gov provides information from various government agencies on what bullying iswhat cyberbullying iswho is at risk, and how you can prevent and respond to bullying

PBS Learning Media resources on bullying.

 

Suicide Prevention

Sites for Youth

Reach Out

A website for youth, by youth, with information on how to help yourself or a friend who is thinking about suicide. This site allows youth to share their own stories about overcoming depression and suicide in an online, supportive environment.

The Trevor Project
A website dedicated to helping LGBTQ youth dealing with depression, anxiety, and suicide. Also operates a 24-hour crisis hotline, 1-866-4-U-TREVOR.

The Jed Foundation
A resource for college students containing information about depression and anxiety among college students, and information about how to get help at school.

 

Sites for Parents

Effective Child Therapy
Evidence-based mental health treatment for children and adolescents

Lok-It-Up: Promoting the Safe Storage of Firearms
Our mission is to promote the safety of our communities through increasing safe storage of firearms. King County staffs the LOK-IT-UP initiative as part of our Gun Violence Prevention Initiative.

How to Talk to a Child about a Suicide Attempt in Your Family
A resource from the Rocky Mountain MIRECC (Mental Illness Research, Education, and Clinical Center) and U.S. Department of Veteran Affairs

 

Sites for Survivors

Survivors of Suicide
Provides support for those who have lost a loved one to suicide. Contains information about dealing with grief, personal stories of those who have lost loved ones to suicide, and a directory of national Survivors of Suicide support groups. (American Association of Suicidology)

American Foundation for Suicide Prevention (AFSP)
Information about dealing with grief, an online support group for those who have lost a loved one to suicide, and information about getting involved in suicide prevention projects.

American Foundation for Suidice Prevention - Advocacy
Suicide prevention for schools, training for clinicians, funding for mental health programs: advocates make suicide prevention a priority.

Passing Reflections
Writing and poetry focused on experiencing and surviving traumatic loss.

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