FRIDAY, FEB 9, 2018

4:30 PM

Trauma-Informed Institute: Behavioral Costumes: Bullying Manifestations
This didactic and interactive workshop will review the four major types of bullying and the latest research about their impacts on children and adolescents. Participants will explore how to better identify intimidation tactics and their after-effects through observation and caring inquiry. Using ENACT’s unique lens, participants will be introduced to the “Behavioral Costumes” and how it explains bullying, social combat and aggressive behavior in children and adolescents. Using this perspective and illustrative guides, participants will learn how to identify, categorize, and alter bullying defenses and manifestations. Learning Objectives. Participants will: Review the four major types of bullying. Categorize examples of bullying from hypothetical and personal experiences in order to recognize and understand impact Define ENACT’s “Behavioral Costume” and how it informs understanding of bullying and social aggression. Dramatize interactions with children and adolescents in order to practice intervention and prevention skills. *Please note: This workshop will take place over two days. Content from Day 2 will build on topics explored during Day 1. While each workshop will be self-contained with specific objectives and take-away materials, it is highly recommended that participants attend both sections of the institute. Feb. 9th, 4:30-7:30pm Feb. 10th, 10:00-4:00pm

Feb. 9, 4:30 PM to Feb. 10, 4:00 PM


NYC Times Square Area





$200 (8 CE hours)