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Featured Project - Resilience Triple P

Availability of new Resilience Triple P program for families concerned about bullying

Resilience Triple P

When children are bullied by their peers, parents desperately want to be able to help but are often unsure of what to do. Resilience Triple P is designed to help families support their children when they are experiencing problems with peers. The program teaches children how to handle difficult situations with peers and gives parents strategies to improve child resilience and to communicate effectively with the child’s school to resolve problems. This new program is being trialled by the Parenting and Family Support Centre at The University of Queensland. Families interested in participating in the program are, for a limited time, offered the program for free in exchange for participation in the associated research.

If you know anyone who has a child aged between 7 and 11 years who may be experiencing bullying from peers and you would like to find out more, please call Karyn Healy on (07) 3346 7814 or email k.healy@psy.uq.edu.au or visit our website:

 

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