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Bullying & Cyber-Bullying Prevention

Bullying Prevention, compassion and Emotional Intelligence (E.Q.) for children and teenagers

Kid victim of bullying


Bullying is more than just a fight or disliking someone and bullying is never ok. Bullying is hurtful and can impact someone for a long time. An environment characterised by disrespect, bullying, victimisation or violence can act as a barrier to learning. It results in low self-esteem, impacts physical health and increases the likelihood of dropping out of school. The consequences are disastrous for the kids’ mental health and academic achievements. In this bullying and cyber-bullying prevention workshop, participants will work on bullying prevention, compassion and the development of their emotional intelligence competencies.

Bullying Prevention Course Content

  • Define bullying, cyber-bullying and list their potential effects.

  • Participate in an open debate to share your thoughts and feelings.

  • Realise that bullying is a public health problem to keep all children safe.

  • Understand the different types of bullying: verbal, physical, social and cyberbullying.

  • Know how to identify bullying behaviours.

  • Understand why people bully others.

  • Review your school’s bullying policy and procedures.

  • Assess your own behaviour and habits: are you guilty of being a bully?

  • Learn safe practices to communicate online and to use social media.

  • Discover & understand the right process if you are a victim or a witness of a bullying situation.

  • Learn the best practices in bullying prevention and response.

  • Practise challenging situations and work on real-life scenarios.

  • Adopt the “Report it. Block it. Support others being bullied” attitude.

  • Highlight your learning keys and structure your action plan at an individual, class, and school level.

Various resources: activities, games, exercises, debates, real-life scenarios …

Facts about bullying in Australia

  • Australian teenagers: 1/10 have been bashed or pushed at school

  • 30% of Australian high school students are victims of bullying

  • 10 % of Australian kids were hit or pushed, compared to the global average of 7%

  • 1 Australian teenager in 7 said fellow students had taken or destroyed their belongings

Note: All solutions can be offered online. We organise individual coaching, group workshops and webinars through a performant online platform.

Practical Information for this Training Session

At New Reflections, our training sessions are as diverse as your organisation's needs. Ranging from dynamic 90-minute sessions to comprehensive multi-day workshops, each session is thoughtfully crafted to suit your unique requirements. Whether you prefer individual coaching sessions for personalised development or immersive team-building workshops for collective growth, we've got you covered. Plus, with the flexibility of online or in-house options, you can choose the setting that best fits your team's schedule and preferences.

  • Duration from 90-min to full 3-day sessions

  • Individual coaching or group workshops are available

  • Flexible options for online or in-house delivery

Emergency Links in Australia

To members of the public who may be struggling, know that help is available 24/7.

In case of mental health emergencies or immediate support needs, here are essential links and contacts in Australia:

Emergency services: Dial 000 for immediate assistance in life-threatening situations.

  • NSW Mental Health Line: Call 1800 011 511.

  • Lifeline: Call 13 11 14, text 0477 13 11 14 or chat online.

  • Beyond Blue: 1300 22 4636 (24/7 support for anxiety, depression, and suicide prevention)

  • Kids Helpline: 1800 55 1800 (24/7 support for children and young people)

  • Headspace: 1800 650 890 (Mental health support for young people aged 12-25)

  • 1800RESPECT: Call 1800 737 732, text 0458 737 732 or chat online.

  • 13 Yarn: Call 13 92 76.

  • MensLine Australia: Call 1300 78 99 78.

  • Report cyberbullying to



If you or someone you know is in immediate danger, call Triple Zero (000).

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