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On Demand CPD

Cyberbullying, Relational Bullying, and Physical Bullying: What Can School Psychologists Do? [video]

NASP Practice Model Domain 6 [NASP 2012 Convention]
Credit(s): 1.25 Documented NASP- and APA-approved CPD Credits/Hours
Original Program Date: February 23, 2012
Duration: 1 hour 16 minutes
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    Category: Bullying
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    School psychologists increasingly face challenges in responding to bullying among students and teachers in schools. This session will review the research on all forms of bullying and link research findings to effective interventions for reducing bullying among school-age youth.

    At the conclusion of this session, participants should be able to:

    • Describe recent research findings related to bullying
    • Identify effective interventions for reducing bullying in schools

      Continuing Professional Development (CPD) Credit:

    This session offers NASP-approved CPD.
    NASP is approved by the American Psychological Association to offer continuing education for psychologists.
    NASP is an NBCC-Approved Continuing Education Provider (ACEP) and may offer NBCC-approved clock hours for events that meet NBCC requirements (#5603).
    NASP maintains responsibility for the program.


    1.25 Documented NASP- and APA-approved CPD Credits/Hours   This session offers NASP-approved CPD.
    NASP maintains responsibility for the program.

    Susan Swearer, PhD, Associate Professor of School Psychology

    Dr. Swearer's research interests include the comorbidity of psychological disorders in children and adolescents, developmental issues in psychopathology, the relationship between internalizing psychopathology and externalizing behavior, and cognitive-behavioral interventions with youth and their families. Current research projects include a longitudinal investigation of bullying and victimization in school-aged youth; the effectiveness of a cognitive-behavioral intervention for youth who bully others; an international investigation of bullying behaviors across five Pacific rim countries (Australia, Japan, Korea, Canada, and the U.S.); and the comorbidity of depression and conduct disorder in youth. Since coming to UNL, Dr. Swearer has taught the following graduate courses: Developmental Psychopathology, Small N Research Design, Cognitive and Behavioral Interventions with Children and Adolescents, Child and Adolescent Therapy Doctoral Practicum, Advanced Doctoral Practicum in Child and Adolescent Therapy, Doctoral Externship in School Psychology, and Doctoral Research Seminar. Dr. Swearer is a Licensed Psychologist in the state of Nebraska, the Director of the Nebraska Internship Consortium in Professional Psychology, and is a Supervising Psychologist in the Counseling and School Psychology Clinic and the Anxiety Disorders Clinic.

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    Very informative - Erica (New Braunfels, TX)
    Very good presentation. Clear content and video. - Glenn (Mount Vernon, NY)
    Interesting and good ideas that can be applied in daily work. - Dianne (Ridgeland, MS)
    - Heather (Rock Hill, SC)
    - Jamie (Lamar, CO)
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