July 13, 2021 from 11:00 AM to 12:00 PM PDT


This is an online event.  

Upon registering, participants will receive a confirmation email with the meeting link.

Because practicing together greatly increases the ability to use the skills taught in real life, we strongly recommend that you keep your video and microphone on and practice along with the instructor.

The instructor's presentation may be recorded for Kidpower use. Participants will not be recorded.


Kidpower's Central Office 
Kidpower Teenpower Fullpower International 
(800) 467-6997 

Parentpower Workshop: Bullying Prevention

An Online Program for Parents & Other Caring Adults 

“Bullying at school and on social media was making my child – and us! – feel upset and helpless. Kidpower replaced our helplessness with tools and strategies for taking charge of safety in new ways, and things are definitely improving!” 

Learn strategies you can use and teach so your child builds age-appropriate skills to be safe in the face of bullying – and so you and other adults can advocate to make schools, neighborhoods, and online spaces safer for kids. 

  •  Reducing bullying and sibling conflict with clear boundaries about positive consent for play, teasing, and affection
  • Ways to assess whether someone is just acting friendly - or truly being a friend? - and then make choices to support safety and well-being
  • Skills adults can use, model, and teach about being safe from mean words, speaking up about put downs, and getting help from people in power
  • Recognizing potentially unsafe behavior and intervening positively with Kidpower’s Positive Practice Method™

This US$60 program includes one-on-one support by email with questions before and after the workshop as well as links to resources - including 30-day access to a video recording of this kind of Parentpower program - to help you and your family apply, adapt, and practice the skills. 


Workshop Fee: US$60/screen
 Partial scholarships are available.
Pre-registration is required as there is limited space.

Donations over the amount of workshop fees are tax-deductible. We do not turn anyone away from our public workshops for lack of money. Partial scholarships are available.