Have you experienced bullying at school?
Do you often think about these experiences and how they still affect you?
Would you like to meet other women who have experienced bullying?
YWCA Montreal offers you to join its new support group for young women who have experienced bullying. Developed by Youth Services, the group offers the opportunity to reflect and discuss the phenomenon of bullying and its impacts on you.
What are acts of bullying?
Bullying can occur in many different settings, for example at school, work or anywhere else. Bullying may be a part of other problems, such as domestic violence, homophobia, abuse or sexual assault.
Rumours, threats, and isolation, in person or in cyberspace, are just a few examples of the different forms that bullying may take. Bullying does not necessarily include criminal acts, but it can deeply wound the targeted people.
By who? Saraounia Compère, Master’s student in social work
When? End of January 2018
Where? At the YWCA Montreal; 1355, boul. René-Lévesque West (at the corner of Crescent), Montreal (QC) H3G 1T3
Inscriptions are now closed.
This group is for:
- Young women from ages 17 to 25 years old
- Who have experienced bullying at school
- Who are interested in meeting people who have also experienced bullying and who are open to discussing these experiences
- Who are available to participate in the group once a week for a period of 11 weeks