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Intervention reduces ‘mean girl’ bullying

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Researchers have developed and tested an intervention that effectively decreases relational aggression (“mean girl” bullying) among teen girls. The intervention, Growing Interpersonal Relationships through Learning and Systemic Supports (GIRLSS), is a 10-week, group counseling, caregiver training and caregiver phone consultation intervention for relationally aggressive middle school girls and their families. Read more and access the study abstract. 

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