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GoTime™ Learning presents Dr. Jen Fraser and the 2018

END BULLYING & STOP ABUSE IN SPORTS SUMMIT

This FREE online summit of leading educators, leaders, legal experts, and researchers offers the latest in prevention and coping strategies.

FREE Online Summit Is Live Until February 10th, 2018 at 9AM PST!

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End Bullying & Abuse In Sports Summit

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The GoTime End Bullying & Stop Abuse In Sports Summit is online and FREE from February 5-9, 2018.

Why are children quitting sports?

A confounding 7 out of every 10 children quit sports at the age of 13. Why? After all, the benefits to the athletes themselves and to society as a whole are well known. Athletics promotes: teamwork, perseverance, responsibility, physical endurance, commitment, time management, and personal and emotional health.

What’s going on?

Our youth are suffering from significant rises in poor mental and physical health. Our kids are dropping out of sports, suffering from eating disorders, enacting self-harm and substance abuse.

What is Bullycide?

Suicide is the second leading cause of death, bullycide is the new term, and while bullying is considered an epidemic, professional athletes and child advocates like Sheldon Kennedy say “abuse is all around us” and “victim-blaming is alive and well.” We believe it’s time for change!

What is the problem?

Cutting-edge, rigorous research is telling us that those 13 to 25 year olds are experiencing intense brain development that makes them highly susceptible to their environment. MRI scans confirm fifty years of psychological research that emotional abuse—adults bullying kids—does not improve their athleticism, team bonding, or winning. What it does do is harm their brains.

What is the solution?

Sports are at the heart of problem and the solution. Sports can change these shocking statistics and return our youth to health and well-being.

If you have seen or experienced any of the following in a sport environment then you MUST attend this event:

  • Adults yelling in children’s faces
  • Adults swearing, using homophobic slurs, or put downs
  • Adults humiliating or publicly shaming children
  • Adults grabbing or shoving children
  • Adults detaining children while they yell at them
  • Adults ignoring children or shunning them
  • Adults not giving feedback when requested
  • Adults privileging or favouring one set of children
  • Adults throwing down objects in rage or disgust
  • Adults blaming children
  • Adults with conflict of interest
  • Adults who deny they are harmful when questioned or sanctioned
  • Adults who abuse officials

Learn The Solution

Bullying and abuse in sports has a passionate community that is working hard to bring about change.

By participating in this summit you will be helping to unite our community and shining a spotlight on the shift that needs to take place in sports from bullying and abuse to mindfulness and empathy. Understanding and effectively dealing with bullying and abuse needs to happen now.

Come hear experts share their knowledge, insight, and solutions to remedy this crisis.

It takes a village to abuse a child, and it takes a village to save one.

Learn what is at stake. Learn the solutions.

OUR EXPERTS

Jennifer Fraser

Jennifer Fraser

Consultant with Pushing Boundaries Education
ABUSE IS A CANCER FOR CHILDREN’S BRAINS
Martin Van den Hemel

Martin Van den Hemel

Managing Editor, The Richmond Sentinel
Bullying in sports investigation
Bo Hanson

Bo Hanson

Performance Consultant, 4xOlympian
From Tolerance to Valuing
Chad Rose

Dr. Chad Rose

Associate Professor and Director of the Mizzou Ed Bully Prevention Lab
Bullying and School-Aged Youth
Randy Nathan

Randy Nathan

National Speaker, Author, Coach
Time for Legislators to Protect Kids
Reed Maltbie

Reed Maltbie

Keynote Speaker, Author, Educator
Impact of Abuse on the Brain
Glen Mulcahy

Glen Mulcahy

Founder and CEO, PARADIGM Sports
Respect is a two way street
Russel Smith

Russel Smith

Coach Developer of the Year for 2017
Unlocking Potential of Young People- The Power of Connection
Demetrius Clark

Demetrius Clark

NASM Certified Personal Trainer/Head Track and Field Coach-Hanover Central Middle School
Create A Smart Coaching Legacy For Youth Coaches
Theresa Nicassio

Dr. Theresa Nicassio

Psychologist, Host of The Dr. Theresa Nicassio Show, Wellness Blogger, & Award-Winning Author
Why KINDNESS Matters
Alexandra Penn

Alexandra Penn

Founder/Speaker/ Crisis Intervention Specialist at Champions Against Bullying/Workshop Leader
The Power of Kindness
Doug Smith

Doug Smith

Former NHLer & author
System 438
Craig Noonan

Craig Noonan

President & CEO of Integrity Sport Inc.
Bikes in Classrooms and Bullies Far Away From Sports
Michael Bryant

Dr. Michael Bryant

Assistant Professor, University of Minnesota Morris
Leadership Impact & Considerations
Dave Briglio

Dave Briglio

Owner of Complete3, LLC
Abuse in the workplace
Mark Weiker

Mark Weiker

Partner, Albeit Weiker LLP
Using the Law to Protect Student-Athletes' Rights
Naome Soleil

Dr. Naome Soleil

PhD in Education
Re-centering the Sacred
Victoria Allred

Victoria Allred

Student at East Carolina University
Harm Done by Coaching Abuse

Dr. Michelle Cleere

Elite Performance Expert
Power of Sports to Create Belonging
Charles Bachand

Charles Bachand

Athlete Victimization Researcher/Advocate
The potential Identification of Stockholm Syndrome in Athletics
Paul Averill

Paul Averill

Founder & Host of The ManBits Podcast
Reduce Suicide on a Global Scale
Margo Mountjoy

Dr. Margo Mountjoy

Doctor Sports Medicine at U of Guelph
Preventing harassment and abuse in sport is everyone's responsibility
Renee Lopez

Renee Lopez

14 yr College Coach, Author, International Certified Speaker
Coaching to Unleash Potential
Blake Machan

Blake Machan

Founder of Thrive Sport Project
Building a Culture of Connection
Andrew Fuller

Andrew Fuller

Elite Athlete, Coach and Advocate
Transforming Abuse Into Advocacy
Kimberly Archie

Kimberly Archie

Founder of the National Cheer Safety Foundation
Need for Regulations to Protect Children's Brains
Jay Allred

Jay Allred

Publisher of Triad & Triangle Golf Today
Abuse victims you are not alone
Gabriella Van Rij

Gabriella Van Rij

The Kindness Expert
The Power Of Kindness
Sif Atladóttir

Sif Atladóttir

Professional Soccer Player
Caring is a strength
Christian Conte

Dr. Christian Conte

Creator, Yield Theory
How To Manage Anger Like A Pro
Michael Burke

Dr. Michael Burke

Senior Lecturer, College of Sport & Exercise Science, Victoria University, Melbourne, Australia
Role of Sport & Coaching in Society
Rebecca Carlson

Rebecca Carlson

Founder of The Fearless Coach
Lessons Learned from Winning National Championships
Gordon MacLelland

Gordon MacLelland

CEO Working with Parents in Sport
Supporting Parents in Sport
Lori Desautels

Dr. Lori Desautels

Author & Assistant Professor at Butler University's College of Education
The Neuroscience of Coaching
Kirk Miller

Kirk Miller

Founder chaos2cured, Founder of Miller-Beck Institute of Music
Bullying as brain imbalance
Craig Gunn

Craig Gunn

Coach and Learner
Sheila Bouman

Sheila Bouman

CEO at viaSport
The Power of Listening to Student-Athletes & Holistic Coaches
TRU Evans

TRU Evans

Victims of Violence & PTSD Specialist
Complex PTSD
Paige Backman

Paige Backman

Partner, Aird & Berlis LLP, Co-Chair Sport and Media Team and Chair Privacy and Technology Team
Using Prevention to Avoid Lawsuits
Rosemary Morris

Rosemary Morris

Founder Shifting The Game Coach Education
Bullying in grass roots sport

Athlete Cara

Highschool Athlete
Risks Of Highschool Athletes Speaking Up About Bullying
Sara Duff

Sara Duff

Education Support & Sporting Parent
Listen to children

Meet Your Host

Dr. Jennifer Fraser

Speaker, author, and educator Dr. Jennifer Fraser, PhD, has developed a ground-breaking approach to bullying that she first articulated in her 2015 book Teaching Bullies. Her focus is on coaches and teachers as she asks the question: Is bullying learned behaviour? If so, who’s teaching it? While clear on the need for accountability, Fraser argues for a new way of handling abuse. This revolutionary model sidesteps the blame and shame and instead ushers in an approach that stresses rehabilitation and real change built on a strong foundation of positive psychology and neuroscientific research. Fraser works tirelessly in the field of bullying, harassment and abuse to bring about meaningful change that creates safe, healthy and respectful organizational cultures.

Learn more about Dr. Jennifer Fraser on her profile.

Meet Your Host

Dr. Jennifer Fraser

Speaker, author, and educator Dr. Jennifer Fraser, PhD, has developed a ground-breaking approach to bullying that she first articulated in her 2015 book Teaching Bullies. Her focus is on coaches and teachers as she asks the question: Is bullying learned behaviour? If so, who’s teaching it? While clear on the need for accountability, Fraser argues for a new way of handling abuse. This revolutionary model sidesteps the blame and shame and instead ushers in an approach that stresses rehabilitation and real change built on a strong foundation of positive psychology and neuroscientific research. Fraser works tirelessly in the field of bullying, harassment and abuse to bring about meaningful change that creates safe, healthy and respectful organizational cultures.

Learn more about Dr. Jennifer Fraser on her profile.

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