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Caring Connections: A Peer Group for the bullied and the bullier. 

by The Camel Project

Nov 15, 2018
The Camel Project

Learn more about our student program http://bit.ly/2CzaB0I 

This is a peer group open to all students. It is a prevention versus a reactionary group. We will discuss current topics, exchange stories, role-play and watch videos. The curriculum is focused on building and strengthening essential skills.

The essential skills most schools are not set up to provide. We use and define words like empathy, acts of kindness and creating a no-judgment mindset. We discuss self-awareness, confidence and how to surround yourself with a healthy non-toxic group of people.

Contact us for more information. Peer groups are perfect for churches, after-school programs, LSW offices, or any community groups. Groups could meet monthly or weekly. TCP can train volunteers to oversee the group meetings.

Stop Bullying – I Care! is a program for youth in school or after school, workplace and senior citizen centers. It uses the Reputation Intelligence based methodology, which focuses on self-awareness and confidence building.  Unfortunately, bullying affects people throughout their lives, unless social skills are learned. TCP teaches those skills, self-awareness, confidence and building a healthy support system.

Audiobooks are FREE for a short time!

The Not All Camels book is available in print, audio, and Kindle. All proceeds from the books are donated to The Camel Project to fund programs.

Click Here to get your copy or give to a young person in your life.

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