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Childline counselling for cyber-bullying continues to rise | West …


Last year Childline counselled more children about cyber-bullying than ever before.

 

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New figures released at the start of Anti-Bullying Week reveal Childline’s Nottingham base  delivered nearly 600 counselling sessions about cyber-bullying in 2016/17 – an almost four-fold increase in the last five years.[1]

 

Across the UK, there were 5,103 counselling sessions on the issue in 2016/17.

 

Childline, run by the NSPCC, specifically started recording cyber-bullying counselling sessions five years ago.[2]

 

Name-calling, spreading rumours, death threats and blackmail posted publicly on social media profiles, blogs and online pictures were just some of the ways young people told counsellors they were being tormented.

 

Childline’s Nottingham base carried out 593 counselling sessions about cyber-bullying with young people from across the UK in 2016/17, up from 159

Read more at: http://westbridgfordwire.com/childline-counselling-cyber-bullying-continues-rise/

Childline counselling for cyber-bullying continues to rise


Last year Childline counselled more children about cyber-bullying than ever before.

 

banner ad

New figures released at the start of Anti-Bullying Week reveal Childline’s Nottingham base  delivered nearly 600 counselling sessions about cyber-bullying in 2016/17 – an almost four-fold increase in the last five years.[1]

 

Across the UK, there were 5,103 counselling sessions on the issue in 2016/17.

 

Childline, run by the NSPCC, specifically started recording cyber-bullying counselling sessions five years ago.[2]

 

Name-calling, spreading rumours, death threats and blackmail posted publicly on social media profiles, blogs and online pictures were just some of the ways young people told counsellors they were being tormented.

 

Childline’s Nottingham base carried out 593 counselling sessions about cyber-bullying with young people from across the UK in 2016/17, up from 159

Read more at: http://westbridgfordwire.com/childline-counselling-cyber-bullying-continues-rise/

Childline counselling for cyber-bullying continues to rise in Derbyshire

New figures released at the start of Anti-Bullying Week reveal Childline’s base in the East Midlands delivered nearly 600 counselling sessions about cyber-bullying in 2016/17 – an almost four-fold increase in the last five years.

Across the UK, there were 5,103 counselling sessions on the issue in 2016/17.

Childline, run by the NSPCC, specifically started recording cyber-bullying counselling sessions five years ago.

Name-calling, spreading rumours, death threats and blackmail posted publicly on social media profiles, blogs and online pictures were just some of the ways young people told counsellors they were being tormented.

Many children are surrounded by violence and anger during the Christmas period. Stock image of an anonymous child by Ross Bolger. The child pictured is a model.

The NSPCC wants the capability to be able to respond to tens of thousands more young people. The child pictured is a model.
(Image: Ross Bolger)Read more at: http://www.derbytelegraph.co.uk/news/local-news/childline-counselling-cyber-bullying-continues-794466

Childline counselling for cyber-bullying continues to rise in …

New figures released at the start of Anti-Bullying Week reveal Childline’s base in the East Midlands delivered nearly 600 counselling sessions about cyber-bullying in 2016/17 – an almost four-fold increase in the last five years.

Across the UK, there were 5,103 counselling sessions on the issue in 2016/17.

Childline, run by the NSPCC, specifically started recording cyber-bullying counselling sessions five years ago.

Name-calling, spreading rumours, death threats and blackmail posted publicly on social media profiles, blogs and online pictures were just some of the ways young people told counsellors they were being tormented.

Many children are surrounded by violence and anger during the Christmas period. Stock image of an anonymous child by Ross Bolger. The child pictured is a model.

The NSPCC wants the capability to be able to respond to tens of thousands more young people. The child pictured is a model.
(Image: Ross Bolger)Read more at: http://www.derbytelegraph.co.uk/news/local-news/childline-counselling-cyber-bullying-continues-794466

Anti-Bullying Week figures reveal Childline counselling for cyber-bullying continues to rise

To mark the start of Anti-Bullying Week, Childline has revealed that more than 5,000 counselling sessions about cyber-bullying were delivered in the past year.

Since Childline, run by the NSPCC, specifically started recording cyber-bullying counselling sessions five years ago, they have more than doubled.

Name-calling, spreading rumours, death threats and blackmail posted publicly on social media profiles, blogs and online pictures were just some of the ways young people told counsellors they were being tormented.

Childline delivered 5,103 counselling sessions about cyber-bullying in 2016/17 – a 12% increase from the previous year.

Children as young as nine told Childline counsellors they were being targeted by online bullies, with girls and 12-15 year-olds receiving the most counselling sessions about this issue.

One boy told Childline: “I’m being bullied on social media by people who call me fat and ugly. I can’t block them because then they’ll just bully me even more at school. I don’t

Read more at: http://www.cornwalllive.com/news/uk-world-news/anti-bullying-week-nspcc-cyber-770722

Anti-Bullying Week figures reveal Childline counselling for cyber …

To mark the start of Anti-Bullying Week, Childline has revealed that more than 5,000 counselling sessions about cyber-bullying were delivered in the past year.

Since Childline, run by the NSPCC, specifically started recording cyber-bullying counselling sessions five years ago, they have more than doubled.

Name-calling, spreading rumours, death threats and blackmail posted publicly on social media profiles, blogs and online pictures were just some of the ways young people told counsellors they were being tormented.

Childline delivered 5,103 counselling sessions about cyber-bullying in 2016/17 – a 12% increase from the previous year.

Children as young as nine told Childline counsellors they were being targeted by online bullies, with girls and 12-15 year-olds receiving the most counselling sessions about this issue.

One boy told Childline: “I’m being bullied on social media by people who call me fat and ugly. I can’t block them because then they’ll just bully me even more at school. I don’t

Read more at: http://www.cornwalllive.com/news/uk-world-news/anti-bullying-week-nspcc-cyber-770722