Bullying and Cybercrimes
Bullies have been around since time immemorial. However, we adults have a bad history of brushing off bullying as a normal part of growing up. We wouldn’t accept assault or harassment from our coworkers, but we expect our children to handle these things on their own – or worse, to ignore them. With the frightening and confusing new world of cyberbullying, it’s well past time to give this issue the seriousness it deserves.
These videos offer parental support and information on topics such as in-person bullying, cyberbullying, sextortion, along with actionable advice so you can help your child.
My child is in Junior High and I think he’s being bullied. How can I help him?
Adam Russo, LCSW
Chairman & CEO Edgewood Clinical Services
2948 Artesian Rd, Suite 112
Naperville, IL 60564
630.428.7890 ext. 303
• Determining severity of bullying
• Building your child’s self-confidence
• Leadership development
• Assistance from schools with bullying
• Supporting your child when they are being bullied
Conversations with experts are intended for general information only, and are not meant to provide specific advice, diagnosis, and does not constitute professional care. If this is an emergency, please dial 911 immediately.