Presented by Tonja Krautter, LCSW, LCP
This presentation is designed as an introduction to and an exploration of cyber bullying. Cyber bullying is a form of bullying that uses various forms of technology to support deliberate, repeated, and hostile behavior by an individual or group that is intended to harm others. This phenomenon is relatively new, but is rapidly growing in frequency and complexity with the constant advancements in technology and accessibility to devices. Therefore, cyber bullying is currently being explored by researchers and educators alike to determine causes, factors, prevention, and intervention. In addition, the legal system is faced with prosecuting, defending, and creating new laws to protect victims and enforce proper punishments to perpetrators.
At the end of this presentation you will be able to:
- List 3 causes for the rise of cyber bullying
- Explain 3 differences between traditional bullying and cyber bullying
- Describe characteristics of victims and perpetrators of cyber bullying
- Describe 3 intervention and prevention tactics for cyber bullying
About the Presenter
Tonja H. Krautter, PsyD, LCSW, has worked individually with both victims of bullying and perpetrators of bullying behavior. She has been asked to speak at several different schools on the topic of bullying to increase awareness and education on prevention and intervention techniques. She is highly dedicated to the mental health field, serving persons in need and providing them with the highest standard of care. Her expertise lies with extreme case matters such as eating disorders, self-mutilation, and sexual assault. Professionally, Dr. Krautter has been in the role of clinical supervisor, program director, workshop leader, professor, and author. When not working she devotes her time to her family. She has been happily married for 15 years and has two beautiful sons, ages 15 and 13.
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