Bio and book description
Peer Abuse Know More! Bullying From A Psychological Perspective takes the problem of bullying to a whole other dimension. As bullying has been a problem since the beginning of time, it has been only recently that society has started to learn about the dangers of it in the schools and the workplace. The book begins with a history and update on recent statistics on bullying today. The different types of bullying in adults and children are discussed along with stories shared by those who have lived this nightmare. Also, we learn of the term "Peer Abuse" and how to make the transition from the term bullying and what is behind a name. Plus, for the first time ever, the Adult Survivor Of Peer Abuse is introduced and we learn of what these survivors live with on a daily basis.
Peer Abuse: What is in a Name
Psychological aspects of Peer Abuse
Resolutions in dealing with problems such as depression, Social Anxiety and PTSD
Resolutions in dealing with the school and workplace bully. Also, in Relational Aggression which is the covert form of abuse.
Introducing the Adult Survivor Of Peer Abuse
This book takes the reader to a whole new outlook on bullying. It is unique and the first of it's kind!
About the Author:
Elizabeth Bennett grew up in the state of South Carolina. She is a 1995 graduate of Clemson University with a M.Ed in Guidance and Counseling Services. She worked in the agency setting with children and adults for six years. Since 1995, she has been working on Peer Abuse through observational research and theory development. Through speaking engagements, talk radio, newspaper, internet and television, she has been able to educate others on Peer Abuse in the USA and Canada. Currently, she is listed with Who's Who and has been recognized as one of the Great Women Of The 21st Century by The American Biographical Institute.