- Warp Speed, Lisa Yee
- Tease Monster: A Book About Teasing vs. Bullying, Julie Cook
- Wonder, R.J. Palacio
- Just Ask! Be Different, Be Brave, Be You, Sonia Sotomayor
- ¡Solo pregunta!: Sé Diferente, Sé Valiente, Sé Tú (Spanish Edition), Sonia Sotomayor
- What are your Superpowers?, Marget Wincent
- Bullying Is a Pain in the Brain, Trevor Romain, and Steve Mark
- Stand Up to Bullying! (Upstanders to the Rescue!), Phyllis Kaufman Goodstein and Elizabeth Verdick
Bullying can often lead to feelings of worry, and fear and contribute to low self-esteem in youth. As a result, bullying can contribute to the development of mental health conditions such as anxiety and depression in children and teens. For information on mental health conditions that are sometimes prompted or exacerbated by bullying, please visit our other mental health guides.
If your child expresses thoughts of wanting to harm themselves or others, call 9-1-1 or visit the nearest Emergency Department.
MHSA Suicide Prevention Line:
(877) 7CRISIS or (877) 727-4747
National Suicide Prevention Lifeline:
Crisis Text Line:
Text “HOME” to 741741
Find a mental health provider
Check your insurance website or the back of your insurance card.
Explore Psychology Today’s “Find a Therapist” tool.
Call CalOptima Behavioral Health (Orange County, CA).
Pacer Center’s Kids Against Bullying
Pacer Center’s Teens Against Bullying
Stomp Out Bullying
American Psychological Association
Cyberbullying Research Center
National Bullying Prevention Center