Healthy University: Episode 14 – Anti-Bullying Speaker Keith Deltano Shares His Experience Talking About Bullying to Youth

Keith DeltanoAward winning teacher, educational comedian and curriculum creator, Keith Deltano, talks with host, Alan Eisenberg, about the issue of bullying his experiences touring the country talking to youth, it’s ramifications, and what can be done about it.

Keith Deltano is a winner of the teaching excellence award. His DVD and comedy CD have won numerous national awards. He is the creator of the anti bullying curriculum, “The Complete Anti Bullying Kit.” Keith has served and worked with youth as a public school teacher, private counselor, youth worker, and US Army Airborne Military Police Officer. He runs the website “dontbullyonline.com“.

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Alan Eisenberg is a Certified Life Coach with a niche in bullying and abuse recovery, Bullying Recovery activist, and author of "A Ladder In The Dark: My journey from bullying to self-acceptance". and "Crossing the Line". He has been writing and speaking to various audiences about the issue of C-PTSD and Bullying Recovery. Mr. Eisenberg has been featured on several print, radio shows and podcasts on this issue, including NPR and in the Boston Globe
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  1. Pingback: Healthy University: Episode 14 – Anti-Bullying Speaker Keith Deltano Shares His Experience Talking About Bullying to Youth | Bullying Stories

  2. Bullying is definitely a nationwide problem and has affected many students of different ages, races, and economic background. It’s great to see that so many are getting involved to help put an end to bullying and to deal with the damaging emotional/psychological effects. I myself have written a book inspired by my own sons’ experiences with bullying, hoping to give voice to those who are the victims and to provide intervention to help those who are bullying. It’s a children’s fiction that details the experience of a young boy being bully. Hopefully, The Berry Boys’ Series: Bullies on the School Bus will also be of great help, as so many other books, in the campaign against bullying. The more of us who speaks out, the more we can bring light to the seriousness of bullying.

  3. Thank you. You along with so many are helping to give a voice to so many victims of bullying. Not a lot of young people have someone to advocate for them. The more of that speak and provide resources, the more help they will have. All the best.

    • You are welcome, K.F. I can’t agree more. I started my blogging on this subject in 2007, before the media got hold of the issue as something to promote for that very reason. There is no reason anyone should feel alone, keep silent, or carry stigma about bullying. According to current statistics, almost all of us have been bullied at some time or another. So, no one is alone and I hope that this site offers some comfort in knowing that. Thank you for sharing and reading/listening.

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