NC-ACE for Youth Violence Prevention is a proud sponsor of anti-bullying program, which applies the work of Peter Fonagy on “mentalization” to help prevent bullying in schools.

2014 Annual Educational Event, Peaceful Schools: Changing the Way We Think About Bullying and Changing the Way We Deal With It.

The program is hosted by North Carolina Psychoanalytic Foundation and the North Carolina Psychoanalytic Society.

Dr. Stuart Twemlow, co-founder of Peaceful Schools, will present a morning professional lecture and an afternoon public lecture to discuss how we view bullying in our schools and how we can best put an end to it.  [view short video]

Dr. Twemlow,  noted international expert, will speak on “Peaceful Schools: Changing the Way We Think About Bullying & Changing the Way We Deal With It”  Professionals are invited to attend both sessions. Please share this announcement widely and join us on March 8th to help end bullying in our schools!

Where: Chapel Hill Public Library, 100 Library Drive, Chapel Hill, NC 27514

When: Saturday, March 8, 2014

  • 10:00 – 10:30 am Registration and Greeting
  • 10:30 – 11:30 am Professional Lecture: Dr. Twemlow will present the history of the Peaceful Schools program including the evidence base documenting its success. The goal of the presentation will be to enhance the professional’s understanding of the relationship between the psychological processes of mentalization and the observed results in settings where the Peaceful Schools programs have been implemented.
  • 11:30 – 12:30 pm Questions and Answers
  • 12:30 – 2:00 pm Lunch Break
  • 2:00 – 5:00 Public Lecture including audience discussion with Dr. Stuart Twemlow
The morning program is designed for clinicians and educators. Dr. Twemlow will present the history of the Peaceful Schools program including the evidence base documenting its success. The goal of the presentation will be to enhance the professional’s understanding of the relationship between the psychological processes of mentalization and the observed results in settings where the Peaceful Schools programs have been implemented.

The afternoon program is designed for parents, teachers and other members of the general public to learn more about how to successfully address bullying in the school environment. Mental health professionals are encouraged to attend both morning and afternoon sessions.

Share this information with friends, family, and colleagues!

For more information, contact NCPF  by phone at (919) 847-2323, by email at admin@ncpsychoanalysis.org or visit us www.ncpsychoanalysis.org

 

Registration

To register for the event, CLICK HERE.

 

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