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Adult Driven Abusive Behaviors Must be Eradicated: Blame Students No More
By Rick Jetter, Ph.D.on November 28, 2016
Shifting gears from conceiving bullying as a child issue (that we must eradicate), Dr. Fraser presents a twist that is both thoughtful and poignant: Bullying stems from adults. It is modeled by adults. It is picked up by children. It is a learned behavior. This book sent a chill up my spine and placed a new call to action within my bones for anti-bullying reform and advocacy ...
Dr. Fraser presents a series of case studies considering ...
By Steven R. Shaw., PhD on August 28, 2015
Dr. Fraser presents a series of case studies considering bullying by teachers, coaches, and peers. Creating a childhood free from authority figures who are intimidating, creating trauma, and discouraging is her primary goal. She presents a compelling and readable account of exactly the type of trauma created by harsh teaching and abusive coaching tactics. I hope that her message is accepted by all ...
Bullying in Sports is real!! Kudos to Dr. Fraser for raising awareness on this very serious issue. This needs to be required reading for all athletes, parents and coaches at all levels of sports!
An important read on the dangers of bullying at the hands of trusted coaches and teachers, and a powerful call to action to name (and stop) it. For parents and educators alike, this book exposes a prolific culture of bullying under the guise of "old school coaching," dives into the prevalence and background of a topic we wish didn't exist, reminds us to pay closer attention to the emotional health of our children, and inspires us to act.
Teaching Bullies is as much a textbook look at the corruption that hides in our school systems and the lagging laws to protect students, as it is a deeply personal insight into a family's plight. The prose is both technical and painfully emotional.
We all want to believe that we are sending out kids to a safe place in our schools. Sometimes evil hides in the most inconspicuous places. Every parent needs to read this book!
Motion Press can be found across many of the following media outlets
- The Sports Psych Show - #67, Building Better Brains and Bodies
- Dan Cottrell's podcast episode: The Line Between Being a Bully and a Coach
- Article in ABC’s KATU Portland News
- Interview with Dr. Charles Parker on his podcast Corebrain Journal
- National Workplace Bullying Book
- Chapter "From Reader to Writer"
- Interview with author, publisher, and founder of the “Your Shift Matters” series, Dana Zarcone, about my chapter that explores what it is to be an advocate
- Interviewed on “Sharkie’s Pep Talk” Radio Show healthylife.net
- Quoted in the Washington Post
- Podcast with John O’Sullivan of Changing the Game Project
- Article on changing negative coach conduct into positive
- Podcast with Coach Reed Maltbie
- Edutopia Article: “What Neuroscience Reveals About Bullying by Educators”
- Coaching Association of Canada, Coaches Plan Magazine, article they requested “Holding Coaches Accountable” (p. 21-22)(PDF)
- Lee Anne Gray’s article on Teaching Bullies for the Huffington Post
- National Alliance of Youth Sports interview with Greg Bach, VP of Communications: “Childhood Bullying: The Scars Remain Forever”
- National Alliance of Youth Sports interview with Greg Bach, VP of Communications: “Is Your Child’s Coach a Bully?”
- Article in the Richmond Sentinel: “Emotional Abuse Harms Brains on Court and in Class”
- Radio Interview with Dr. Sairah Qureshi in New York on the “Harmful Effects of Bullying”
- Radio Talk with Dave Briglio and Charles Bachand
- Featured Writer for Our Parenting Spot: “Do Teachers and Youth Sports Coaches Bully Students?”
- Featured Writer for Our Parenting Spot: “Why aren’t we doing more to protect Children from Bullying?”
- Podcast Interview for Athlete Minded: “Professor Jennifer Fraser discusses Bullying in Athletics” with Tyson Hartnett
- Changing the Game Project: “Is Your Kid’s Coach a Bully” John O’Sullivan speaks about Teaching Bullies.
- KidsintheHouse: “Rewarding Adults who Bully” (guest blog)
- Healing Walls: “Athletes Speak Up About Female Coaches who Bully”
- Lee Anne Gray for the Huffington Post: “Spectrum of Educational Trauma” She speaks about Teaching Bullies.
- The Edvocate: “What Should Students do when the Teacher or Coach is the Bully?”
- Healing Walls: “10 Signs that your Child’s Teacher or Coach may be a Bully”
- The Edvocate: “When Coaches are Bullies What Should students Do?”
- The Edvocate: “Why Don’t Kids Speak up about Bullying?”
- Kidsinthehouse: “Students with Learning Disabilities at risk for Teacher Bullying”
- Moments of Clarity Radio Show with Mental Health Counselor Tiffany Werhner, Florida, Part 1 (mp3)
- Moments of Clarity Radio Show with Mental Health Counselor Tiffany Werhner, Florida, Part 2 (mp3)
- Article in Media Vancouver24 with reporter Martin Van Den Hammel: “Pink Shirt Day just a Bandaid”
- Article in Toronto Star by Robert Cribb, who just won the Pulitzer Prize for his work on tax evasion, “Teachers Bullying Scarred Us, Say Student Athletes”
- Podcast Interview with Teacher Jen Krieger Viola: “Memoirs of Dr. Fraser – An End to Teacher Bullying”
- My research has been used in a North District Ohio Federal Lawsuit against Coach Doug Fry by two former players and their fathers.
- Podcast with Dr. Mike Robinson in Baltimore: “What Should Students Do when Their Teacher or Coach is the Bully”
- Presented a paper on the “Neuroscience of Coaching” at the National Coaching Conference in Seattle, University of Washington, 2016.
- Blog “Recognizing the Abusive Coach as Jekyll and Hyde”
- KidsintheHouse Article: “Why We Must Refuse to Submit to Bullying”
- The American Dialogue Article: “Why Does the Law Protect Children’s Bodies but not their Minds?”
- KidsintheHouse Blog “Posture of the Abused Child”
- KidsintheHouse Blog “Are we Genetically Programmed to Bully?”
- Guest Post for Ginger Kaldec’s BeAKid’sHero: “Teaching Bullies”
- Blog “Teaching Children to say ‘NO’ to Emotional Abuse even in Sport”
- Presented paper at the North American Society for the Sociology of Sport (NASSS) on “When Athletes Speak Up and Interrupt the Master Narrative of Sport", Santa Fe, New Mexico 2016
- Article for The Edvocate: “The Use of Homophobic Slurs in Sports: It’s for the Athletes’ Own Good, Right?”
- Special Guest on a “Bowling to End Bullying” Twitter Chat
"impt contribution 2 understanding roles coaches/AD's et al have 2 protect self-image of our youth."
- Joe Ehrmann
Former Baltimore Colts defensive lineman, subject of Pulitzer prize-winning biography, coach and author, referred to as “the most important coach in America.”