One of the most distressing situations a parent can face is to know his child is being teased or bullied by another youngster. A child who is persecuted, bullied and teased is more likely than other kids to be lonely, depressed, anxious and angry. Bullies can run into problems with violence and more, if not given help. What can parents do to protect their children? How can they teach their children to protect themselves and to avoid these situations? When is it appropriate to intervene directly and when is it better to offer support and guidance from behind the scenes? This workshop addresses these issues and many more while offering tips to help children gain the self-confidence they need to handle bullying situations.