Kaye Randall: Self-Injury – Why Students Engage

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Girl Bullying & Empowerment Conference Speaker Kaye Randall says that when students lack some form of emotional language to express their concerns, they sometimes turn to self-injury.

Watch Kaye Randall address why students engage in self-injury.

As a clinician who has often provided therapy for youth who self-injure, and the co-author of See My Pain: Creative Strategies and Activities for Helping Young People Who Self-Injure, Kaye Randall brings unique perspectives to the upcoming Girl Bullying & Empowerment Conference in Orlando.  Kaye will provide straightforward insights, innovative strategies and “how-to-handle” tips for real cases in classrooms and schools in her sessions.

ORLANDO: March 3-5, 2017
$395 USD

(until Dec. 31st)
$350 USD

until Dec. 31st)
(Includes: Pre-Conference Session + Conference Registration)
Regular Price: $475
(Includes entrance into all conference sessions plus exhibit hall)
Regular Price: $425


Dr. Michele Borba

Media Commentator & Bestselling Author of UNSELFIE: Why Empathetic Kids Succeed

Tracie Berry-McGhee

Founder of SistaKeepers & Author SistaKeeper Poetry for the Soul

Meg Medina

Award-Winning Latina Author & One of CNN’s 10 Visionary Women in America

Carolyn Strong

Dean of Students in an Urban High School & Author of Black Girl Blues

Kaye Randall

National Speaker & Co-Author of See My Pain: Strategies for Helping Young People Who Self-Injure

Julia Cook

Popular Keynoter & Award-Winning Author of More Than 40 Children’s Books

Dr. Michael Gurian

Bestselling Author of 28 Books Including Boys & Girls Learn Differently


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