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The Support Group Method Training Pack
Effective Anti-Bullying Intervention


February 2010 | 104 pages | SAGE Publications Ltd
'The No Blame Approach is radical and ameliorative and models a pro-social response to bullying' - Sullivan, Clearly and Sullivan (2004) Bullying in Secondary Schools, London: Paul Chapman Publishing

The No Blame/Support Group Approach to bullying is a non-punitive and problem solving method which has been refined and developed during the last 15 years and is now used successfully around the world.

This brand new video and facilitator's manual provide all the resources needed to run training sessions ensuring participants not only know how to use the method but also understand the underpinning research and philosophy.


 
PART ONE
 
Introduction
 
What is in the Book?
 
PART TWO
 
The training day
 
Pattern of the day
 
PowerPoint slides 1-29 with facilitator notes
 
Appendices
Appendix 1 - Framework for a policy  
Appendix 2 - A survey of use of the support group method  
Appendix 3 - The Case for the Support Group Method  

'The No Blame Approach is radical and ameliorative and models a pro-social response to bullying.'

Sullivan, Cleary and Sullivan (2004) Bullying in Secondary Schools, London. Paul Chapman.

'In a study in Germany of 220 cases there was an 87.3% success rate and about half the cases were reported to have been long standing.'

Heike Blum and Detlef Beck, No Blame Approach Germany, www.no-blame-approach.de

Sample Materials & Chapters

Introduction


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ISBN: 9781412911764
$90.00