Human Resources Training Courses

Human Resources

Conflict Management: Student-to-Student

Conflicts that go unmanaged can have a negative effect on the school environment. This course provides school staff members with an overview on student-to-student conflict, and several ways to respond. Topics include: student conflicts, consequences and basic conflict management models.

Category: Human Resources Authors: JoLynn Carney, Richard Hazler, Ph.D. Variants:
  1. Full Course - 20 minutes
    This course is designed for all school staff members.

Expert Authors for Conflict Management: Student-to-Student

JoLynn Carney

Dr. JoLynn Carney is a faculty member in the Department of Counseling at Penn State University and a Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor. Her research and publications focus on the areas of youth violence, peer-on-peer abuse, and adolescent suicide. She publishes and leads local, regional, and national trainings and workshops on these topics.

Dr. JoLynn Carney is a faculty member in the Department of Counseling at Penn State University and a Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor. Her research and publications focus on the areas of youth violence, peer-on-peer abuse, and adolescent suicide. She publishes and leads local, regional, and national trainings and workshops on these topics.

Richard Hazler, Ph.D.

Dr. Richard Hazler is a Professor of Counselor Education at Penn State University. He is particularly well known for his work in the areas of bullying, peer-on-peer abuse, and youth violence. He has published numerous professional articles and three books, including Breaking the Cycle of Violence: Interventions for Bullying and Victimization (1996), and appeared on national television programs such as ABC 20/20 and NBC Dateline.

Dr. Richard Hazler is a Professor of Counselor Education at Penn State University. He is particularly well known for his work in the areas of bullying, peer-on-peer abuse, and youth violence. He has published numerous professional articles and three books, including Breaking the Cycle of Violence: Interventions for Bullying and Victimization (1996), and appeared on national television programs such as ABC 20/20 and NBC Dateline.