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Internet Safety: Cyber-bullying
Transcript of Internet Safety: Cyber-bullying
Focus of Treatment:
Help children understand their feelings
Inform children of what they should do when someone bullies them
Treatment: Psychotherapy & Psychopharmacology
Esther Lee, Miranda Bouabane, Sarah Kim, Shreya Patel & Beverly Miranda
Dr. Kristine Newman
What is Cyberbullying?
Development of personality and social attitude
Erik Erikson’s 8 Stages of Psychosocial Development
Regression in mannerisms
Impaired sense of empathy
Diminished ability to maintain positive relationships
Isolation vs. Out casting
Deconstruct & Convert Negative into Positive
Participation (Group Activities, volunteering)
in school-aged children aged 6-12
How do you feel about young kids using the internet?
How to Ensure Online Safety for your kids [Online image]. (2014).Retrieved November 6, 2014
(Carpenter, 2014, 142)
Perception Avoiding school and social relationships
Reverting back to egocentrism → Baby-like Behaviour
Lack of Self-Esteem
Less confident in their abilities Withdrawal from new activities
Ability to perform mental operations
Deviate from egocentrism
(Potter & Perry, 2014, p. 314)
[Untitled photograph of Jean Piaget]. (n.d). Retrieved November 5,
2014, from http://www.nndb.com/people/359/000094077/
Piaget Cognitive Theory: Concrete Operational
Cognitive Effects & Physical Effects
“The word bullying is overused these days…back in the old days, a lot of what we call bullying now was simply called teasing”
Cyberbullying is “the use of technologic devices [...] to willfully and repeatedly cause harm to others [including sexual harassment and exploitation]”
Avenues for bullying include:
emails & text messages
internet & gaming websites
social media & blogs (myspace, facebook, twitter, tumblr, etc)
How does a nurse recognize that a child is being bullied?
Informed by someone
How does the nurse address the issue?
Permission, Procedure, Treatment, Legal Consequences
How can the nurse reduce/stop the bullying?
Treatment Outside of Clinic
Vidani, P. (2010).Papercut Tumblr. Theme [Online image].
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Physical Effects of Cyberbullying
(Healthy Child Manitoba, 2014)
(Victoria Department of Education and Early Childhood Development, 2013)
(US Department of Health & Human Services, 2014)
Psychosocial Effects of Cyberbullying
Violence towards themselves or others (e.g. self-harm or hostility)
(Potter and Perry, 2014)
1) Talk with your child about cyberbullying
2) Learn what they are doing online
3) Teach your child safe online behavior
4) Teach your child how to respond to cyberbullying
5) Be available to help your child
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