Learn from a CHOC psychologist 9 ways that parents, families and teachers can support LGBTQ+ youth, plus a list of helpful resources.
As kids spend more time online during the COVID-19 pandemic, cyberbullying may increase as well. A CHOC psychologist offers tips for parents.
CHOC offers the following tips to help you start a conversation with your child about bullying, plus guidelines to help you protect your child
One in five students age 12-18 in the U.S. have experienced bullying, according to the National Center for Education Statistics and Bureau of Justice. More than 70% of young people say they have seen bullying in their schools. Kids and teens who are bullied can experience physical and mental health issues, and problems at school. […]
Bullying continues to be an unsettling epidemic that’s most apparent in our children’s schools. There are many forms of this negative behavior, but weight is one of the top reasons why some kids get “teased,” a CHOC pediatric psychologist says. “This behavior could lead to eating disorders, such as anorexia or binge eating,” Mery Taylor, […]
Here’s some tips, recommended by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services’ website StopBullying.gov, to teach your kids what to do.