“This new book on bullying helps parents better understand why bullies act as they do, and it provides useful tactics that children can learn to help deal with bullying.”—Professor Russell Hawkins, Director of Professional Programs, Psychology, James Cook University
“Busy parents are often unaware of practical action steps that their children can take to manage the scary bullies in their lives. This book shows thoughtful and hands-on strategies including the Taiji talk and mind-body skills. It’s a pleasure to read something that your children will find witty, amusing and useful.”—Alfred Tan, Executive Director, Singapore Children’s Society
About the Authors:
Dr Lim Kok Kwang is a lecturer (clinical psychology) at James Cook University Singapore, where he teaches and supervises Masters and Doctoral trainees in child and family therapy. He is a former President of the Singapore Psychological Society and the Singapore Society of Clinical Hypnosis, as well as a recipient of the Award for Outstanding Contribution to Psychology in Singapore.
Dr Wong Mei Yin is a clinical psychologist and the Principal Psychologist with the National Healthcare Group Polyclinics. She was formerly the Clinical Director of the Shan You Counseling Centre and Head of the Convalescent Home for Children of Abuse and Neglect, as well as a recipient of the National Healthcare Group Education Leaders Award.