Items tagged as "bullying"
ROCHESTER, Minn. — September 6, 2012. Bullying was once considered a childhood rite of passage. Today, however, bullying is recognized as a serious problem. Up to half of all children are bullied at some point during their school years, according to the American Academy of Child and Adolescent PsychiatryAmerican Academy [...]Created by Nick Hanson
ROCHESTER, Minn. — Physicians, researchers, psychologists, social workers and educators are gathering April 18-21 at the American Association of Suicidology Conference in Baltimore to discuss and present the latest in suicide prevention and research on topics such as post-traumatic stress disorder, college and youth mental health and bullying. "This meeting [...]Created by mayonewsreleases
So many sports are based around the team, but that doesn't mean there can't be bullying. In this Mayo Clinic Radio Health Minute, Mayo Clinic psychologist, Dr. Max Trenerry, who is also a youth soccer coach explains his approach. To listen, click the link below. Sports BullyingCreated by Admin
THIS WEEK'S TOP STORIES Fitness ball exercises: How-to video collection Fitness balls may look like toys — but they can play an important role in nearly any fitness routine. See how fitness ball exercises are done. Video: How to choose a fitness ball Want to add variety to your fitness [...]Created by Dana Sparks
MEDIA ADVISORY: Psychologists, Psychiatrists Discuss Bullying Prevention, Identifying Tips Up to half of all children are bullied at some point during their school years, according to the American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry. Mayo Clinic bullying prevention experts Peter Jensen, M.D., and Bridget Biggs, Ph.D., are available to discuss not only [...]Created by Dana Sparks
Imagine a workplace where every day you were afraid someone was going to hurt you, make fun of you or make you feel terrible about yourself. Would you want to keep working there? Probably not. But we often send our children into that sort of situation in school. Victims who are [...]Created by Dana Sparks
Anywhere there is a pecking order, there is the potential for bullying. For children, the competitive nature of sports can add an extra element of aggression. We talked to a Mayo Clinic sports psychologist to see how parents, coaches and kids can all make a positive difference. Here’s Dennis Douda for the Mayo [...]Created by Dana Sparks