|Programme Name||Sibling Bullying|
|Summary of Topics Covered|
This is a talk about an overlooked and unrecognised form of bullying. Sibling Bullying is different from the usual family rows and bickering. It is more prevalent than school bullying. Research consistently finds that between one third and one half of people experience it. Because it is a subject not talked about, it is difficult for parents to recognise and manage. Victims of sibling bullying often suffer life-long distress and/or mental health difficulties.
This talk aims to inform the community what it is, what it looks like, how to recognise it, and how to deal with it. This talk is also for victims of sibling bullying to help validate and understand their experiences.
Emma O'Friel did a masters thesis in Psychology (M.Psych.Sc) on Sibling Bullying at University College Dublin, and wrote in the Irish Times Health Supplement on the subject.
|Age group of child/ren that course applies to||All ages|
|Who is this course/event for?||Parents|
|If Other, please name:||Online|
|Start Time||12:00 AM|
|Finish Time||12:00 AM|
|Frequency||This talk is recorded and is available to view at any time that suits you|
|How to book a place?|
Video now available at https://vimeo.com/451494010
|Programme provider||Kildare Library Service Lets talk about Parenting Programme|
|Name of Facilitator||Emma O'Friel|