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What to do when your child is being bullied
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Bullying awareness


As a former teacher and special education consultant, Karen Williams, a Toronto-based psychotherapist, wants parents to know that there is no need for your child to be a victim.

“I think parents are definitely more aware and appropriately concerned,” says Williams. “The more we (parents, children, teachers, communities) talk about bullying, the more we can learn about it, and start to take steps to prevent bullying.”

Williams discusses some of the ways that parents can spot the signs that your child is being bullied and what it is parents can do to put a stop to it.


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