Julie Clark StopRA@gmail.com
Relational Aggression: What it is, And What Parents, Schools, and Other Organizations Can Do About It is available via email in Word Documents to save on printing and shipping charges.
Relational Aggression (RA) is the systematic abuse of another by a person or a group of persons. RA is usually perpetrated by girls on another girl, usually singling out a target. She/they exclude, ridicule, and humiliate the target. They gossip and lie about her, eating away at her self-esteem.
I have put together a guide for parents, schools, places of worship, Y's, Girls Scouts, and other organizations. This information is practical, based on common sense, and can be put in place immediately.
Please click here to read a few Excerpts from the guide
Contents of the guide:
• What is Relational Aggression (RA)?
Includes tactics used.
• The Bully…why they engage in RA
And why psychologizing the bully doesn't help the victim.
• The Bystander…Who are bystanders, and what their part is in RA
• The Victim… Characteristics of the victim, how she can be helped, what she can do to help herself.
• What can be done to stop relational aggression?
A sample contract that can be added to or amended to suit your purpose.
Recommended books, websites, videos
The 27 page guide is just $15. When you order, you will also receive 6 FREE handouts that you can print off for staff and parents! PURCHASE THE GUIDE
You can pay by PalPal at the above link, or, if you would prefer to order by check, email Julie at StopRA@gmail.com
Your guide had more useful information than several books that I bought on the subject. Thanks!
Cindy W., teacher