Teachers and School Counselors,

Looking for Online Training so You Can Help Your Girls Solve Their Own Friendship Problems?
It’s Tough to Know What to Do When Your Female Students Are Being Hurt by Other Girls

As an educator, you see the devastating effects relational aggression, or female bullying, can have in your school.  This type of bullying causes great emotional suffering for your girls and everyone around them.  It leaves lasting emotional scars.

 When dealing with this drama, your instructional time can be devoured by “girl stuff.”  Friendship problems like exclusion, gossip, and name calling steals time and wastes opportunities for growth and learning.

As an educator, do you feel:

  • Frustrated by the amount of instructional time lost to Relational Aggression?
  • Discouraged or irritated when the same girls continue to have the same problems with each other over and over again?
  • Sad when you realize how much pain girls can suffer when they are the target, bystander, or even the bully in an relational aggression situation?
  • Helpless because you don’t know what more you can do?

Relational aggression hijacks learning and adds to the increasing demands put on educators.

The Solution: Learn the Dynamics and Causes of Female Bullying.  Learn Strategies That Really Work!

We want you to know there is a solution.  There is a way through relational aggression.

When you equip yourself with the knowledge and skills to prevent relational aggression and to deal with it when it pops up, you become a valuable resource in your classroom and in your school.

Our Online Training Equips You with Tools, Tips, and Strategies – Without
Having to Leave Your Home or Classroom!

With our self-paced “Guiding Girls Through Relational Aggression” online training, we’ll personally guide you to show your kindergarten through grade 12 students how to navigate through the maze of painful friendships.

You’ll learn:

  • What relational aggression is and when it starts
  • 16 friendship weapons girls use
  • Why girls do it
  • How the female brain impacts girl friendships
  • How to defuse relational aggression
  • The cycle of conflict avoidance
  • Specific strategies to use with your girls
  • To establish a safe and encouraging environment
  • Information to share with parents

Your students will learn to build thriving friendships and you’ll have your instructional time (and your sanity) back!

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