Where can I get help for bullying in my area?

May 16, 2020 Off By idswater

Where can I get help for bullying in my area?

As well as providing telephone counselling, Lifeline can provide you with information about other support services available in your area. You can contact them by either calling on 13 11 14 or visiting their website.

What to do if you know someone is being bullied?

Make sure a child whom you suspect or know is bullying knows what the problem behavior is and why it is not acceptable. Show kids that bullying is taken seriously. If you know someone is being a bully to someone else, tell the bully that bullying will not be tolerated.

How can I Help my Child with bullying?

It is often done by text messages, on internet chat rooms or by instant messaging. Bullying can be subtle but most children know who is doing it to them. If your child is getting bullied you can: get them to show you the messages and to tell you at once when anything new happens

How to report bullying to the National Centre Against Bullying?

Phone 000 or your local police if anyone is in immediate danger. Please note that the National Centre Against Bullying is not able to provide counselling or case management. To report bullying or speak to a counsellor, please contact an appropriate organisation below:

What’s the best way to get help for bullying?

How to get help for bullying 1. Don’t try to go it alone. 2. Counsellors and general practitioners (GPs) can help with bullying and relationship issues (not just with your physical and mental health).

Phone 000 or your local police if anyone is in immediate danger. Please note that the National Centre Against Bullying is not able to provide counselling or case management. To report bullying or speak to a counsellor, please contact an appropriate organisation below:

How can a GP help you with bullying?

You’re experiencing intense stress, anxiety or depression. The bullying is affecting your sleep. No-one else has been able to help. 2. Counsellors and general practitioners (GPs) can help with bullying and relationship issues Bullying can affect your mental health – and that’s a serious issue.

Where can I get free anti bullying advice?

Please try again later. The Workplace Advice Service provides access to free legal assistance to eligible people and some small business employers who need advice about anti-bullying and other employment-related matters. The Service is currently available in New South Wales, Queensland, South Australia, Victoria and Western Australia.