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Understanding and treatment of workplace bullying

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Understanding and treatment of workplace bullying

21 July 2017

Workplace bullying has clear significant and adverse consequences for employees, organizations and society. Although this is a new area of research and treatment, therapists, who are part of the Therapist Special Interest Group in the International Association on workplace bullying and harassment, have developed a diagnostic framework and treatment protocol. Utilizing this protocol, the workshop will enable attendees to better understand the nature of this complex, often misunderstood phenomenon, as well as learn how to assist bullied employees. It will assist clinicians to understand what bullying & harassment means, the causes, emotional and physical impact on the bullied person and the impact on the organization. Although it will focus on treatment issues, a brief outline around what can be done for organizations, bullies and bystanders will be included.

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Understanding and treatment of workplace bullying 21 July 2017 Workplace bullying has clear significant and adverse consequences for employees, organizations and society. Although this is a new area of research and treatment, therapists, who are part of the Therapist Special Interest Group in the International Association on workplace bullying and harassment, have developed a diagnostic framework and treatment protocol. Utilizing this protocol, the workshop will enable attendees to better understand the nature of this complex, often misunderstood phenomenon, as well as learn how to assist bullied employees. It will assist clinicians to understand what bullying & harassment means, the causes, emotional and physical impact on the bullied person and the impact on the organization. Although it will focus on treatment issues, a brief outline around what can be done for organizations, bullies and bystanders will be included. 1. Understand why bullying can be harmful, including an understanding of the social brain and faulty belief systems. 2. Identify the target, bully and bystander and their roles. 3. Provides a brief framework for organizations to reduce and manage bullying. 4. Develop options for management, bystanders, targets and those accused of using bullying behaviours. 5. Introduce Evelyn’s six-step social survival skills model to improve each person’s social and emotional resilience at work. 6. Understand and discuss the role of the therapist as regards diagnostic and treatment issues. This includes self-awareness, self-care, international evidence, diagnostic frameworks, treatment options, goals of treatment, (for short and long term targets of bullying), aids to treatment, difficulties in therapy, e.g. legal reports, medico-legal action, lack of evidence-based treatment.

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SKU CONF-LC21JUL17
Conference Date 21 July
Start Date 21 Jul 2017
End Date 21 Jul 2017