Pittsboro, NC – Every day, more than 16,000 kids miss school because of bullying. 45% of kids experience bullying before age 18. And 38% of kids believe that their school doesn’t take bullying seriously.
Children entering grades K-5 and their parents/caregivers are invited to attend a 90-minute anti-bullying workshop presented by Bullyproof Pittsboro.
In this 90-minute interactive parent/child Bullyproof America Workshop, presenters Alex Changho and Cat Zohar will clearly define what bullying is, and what it is not. They will help simplify the situation by providing clear boundaries for understanding how bullying takes place, what kids can do when bullying takes place, and how parents can help their kids be more empowered to deal with bullying. Alex and Cat teach these lessons through foundational martial arts techniques and skills that have been proven to boost self-esteem and confidence in children.
The workshop also includes anger management and self-control practices that help keep emotions in balance when frustration and sadness set in from bullying. These skills are essential to controlling the imbalance of power that occurs as a result of bullying. Participants of a Bullyproof America workshop will leave with usable skills and knowledge to help better prepare them for a positive school year and how to respond appropriately in a bullying situation.
The anti-bullying workshop will be presented at the Chatham Community Library, 197 NC Hwy 87 N, Pittsboro on Saturday, August 25, at 1:00 p.m. Admission is free and open to the public.
For more information, contact Katy Henderson at (919) 545-8085 or [email protected]