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Principal Feedback

We chose “No Such Thing as a Bully” because we were seeking a consistent community wide approach. The lessons are complementary within so much of our curriculum. The students accept the system easily. I feel using the parent book along with the school system is essential to the implementation of a community wide approach. We developed a Bully Prevention Team as recommended, and they will work at finding ways to celebrate the success of the system. They will also plan information demonstrations to present to the grandparents, parents and coaches. Since schools are so busy, the website and social media will be where we go to get lessons and the updates to help us keep this live. After a lot of research by a focus group/committee, we chose this program for the community aspect. We were also lucky to have Kelly facilitate the implementation. If you can afford that add on, it’s worth it. This system is one that is not cumbersome to teachers, one that allows students to play a leadership role, and one that welcomes community. This is the one program we found that gave us everything we were looking for. The lessons and reporting are set up in a way that any teacher, any subject, any coach can use it in a proactive as well as a reactive way. We also like that if a lesson or topic is addressed at school, parents can follow it up with a lesson from their parent book.  

Why work with No Such Thing as a Bully?

A strong, resolution focused policy for your district!

Safer Schools with positive culture!

People who truly know how to help with bullying issues.

What makes The No Such Thing as a Bully System Different?

Similar to so many of you, my experiences with bullying started in childhood. I was an emotionful child (a word I use instead of emotional) and took so much to heart. Back then bullying wasn’t seen as detrimental, and wasn’t really addressed. The wounds were deep, but I managed. When I became a Social Worker, I was hired by 20 sets of parents to advocate for their children about a teacher/principal who was alleged to be using abusive actions against their children. Over the next two years, my experience grew as I watched bully actions and victim responses being thrown about by everyone involved, from child to adult. I recognized then, that we were not dealing with bullying in a solution focused way. We weren’t even defining it properly. These experiences, and more, led to the development of The No Such Thing as a Bully System. Stripping the labels, combining all the smartest ideas to strengthen ourselves, working together, these are the answers that are going to bring about true change within self, homes, schools and communities. I am thrilled that you are considering providing these ideas throughout your schools.

What Others Are Saying

Don’t just take our word for it

“It was a pleasure to read your book and see how well you present your valuable ideas and strategies for removing the horrible effects of bullying behavior, victim behavior and bystander behavior. Your writing is beautiful, clear, passionate and meaningful. If all parents, children, teachers and administrators could be exposed to your ideas and methods, we could soon have a safer childhood experience for all our loved ones.”

Ralph Kilmann
(Thomas Kilmann Conflict Indicator)

Step 1

PUrchase Yearly Access for all schools in your school division for one low investment.

Step 2

Receive aCCESS to online training to share with all staff. 

Step 3

evaluate, Implement, evaluate!

How Much Does It Cost?

Well, let me ask you this…

How much time is spent in your schools trying to clarify or justify consequences for bullying? How much time is spent trying to determine if a situation can be considered bullying? How much money is spent on lawyers and lawsuits when a tragedy happens in one of your schools? Research says schools generally spend at least $40,000 USD to implement bullying prevention. No Such Thing as a Bully lowers this amount and stabilizes your budget no matter how many schools you have! Services and materials are provided online, preventing the need to spend large amounts of cash to bring in trainers. Experts are created within your schools, minimizing the need for consultants. Equality in resources is provided to every school.

The training is online, and ongoing! Stop going around in circles trying to decide how to manage bullying in families, in schools and in communities. Jump on board now for a surprisingly affordable per district rate of $30,000/year! 

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What’s Included?

Clients Can Expect the Following:

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Online Courses for Parents, Schools and Facilitators

Learn how to coach children through life’s problems! Let us know what your role is – Parent? Teacher? Counsellor? Principal? We’ll guide you to a new learning. 

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Consultations

A consultation with a certified facilitator as you learn how to use this material.

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Access to a Community Group to brainstorm and grow!

Admission to a private Facebook group of other people who are using The No Such Thing as a Bully System Materials awaits! 

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CERTIFICATION

We will help you find the certification program that best fits with your role and how you want to use the material.

Please inquire about additional services not included in memberships:
Live Speaking and Facilitation
School Immersions
Community Immersions
Call Kelly at 403-447-4404 

About Kelly

Meet Your Coach

Kelly Karius is an award winning Social Worker, Mediator and Author who is committed to her mission of improving the lives she is able to affect.

Her books include “This is Out of Control! A Practical Guide to Managing Life’s Conflicts”, “The Brief Book of Bullying”, “Burgerslinger”, and “No Such Thing as a Bully; Shred the Label, Save a Child.”

Kelly is well versed in First Nations issues in Canada, and is working with elders at Maskwacis, Alberta, to create a Grandfather’s Lessons version of The No Such Thing as a Bully System.

Kelly is also a founder of The Moment of Kindness Foundation, a non-profit foundation, which uses numbered cards and a data base system to promote a program of random acts of kindness meets technology. Kelly drives around in the #kindnesscar a bright green car that people sign with a sharpie marker to pledge kindness.

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