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Published: 14 June 2019

Bullying Intervention and Solution-Focused Brief Therapy: A Review of the Literature

Sonia Carbone, Ebinepre A. Cocodia

University of Notre Dame, Australia

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10.31014/aior.1993.02.02.71

Pages: 386-394

Keywords: Bullying, Victim of Bullying, Bullying Intervention, Solution-Focused Brief Therapy

Abstract

This paper provides a review of the literature on bullying in school settings. The role of Solution-Focused Brief Therapy (SFBT) is explored as a possible intervention approach. Clear gaps in the literature indicate that further studies are recommended on the effectiveness of SFBT on bullying at schools.

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