Bullying in the workplace: Fireside chat with Linda Crockett

Louisa Jewell, CPPA President, sits down with Linda Crocket, Founder of the Canadian Institute of Workplace Harassment and Violence. Linda thought that her work with anti-bullying initiatives in the workplace would slow down during the pandemic – Instead her work quadrupled. Incivility in the workplace has never been so rampant. Listen in as Linda helps us identify bullying behaviors, the role of leadership in preventing bullying and steps you can take if you find yourself a victim of bullying.

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Linda Crockett MSW, RSW, SEP, CCPA is known for pioneering the first and only full-service workplace harassment, bullying, and violence resource center in Canada! She has also spearheaded the regional and national workplace bullying awareness week with active government leader endorsement since 2010. Linda has won awards from the Government of Alberta and the University of Calgary for her specialized services. Her clinical and professional training includes a master’s degree specializing in workplace bullying. She is a certified practitioner of somatic experiencing trauma therapy, Prolonged Exposure to PTSD therapist, and a student of EMDR, and Biofield Tuning Therapy. Linda has 34 years of experience in her profession of social work. She offers a wide range of services for all professions and industries. This includes trauma informed consultations, coaching, and training for leadership, and a repair and recovery clinic for complainants, witnesses, and respondents. The clinic offers a safe, confidential, nonjudgmental, space for groups or individuals to receive support, education, training, advocacy, coaching, and/or treatment for their psychological injuries. Due to the complex nuances involved in these cases, Linda is continually finding gaps in services and knowledge within all workplace systems, supplying services to fill those gaps, and creating a worldwide network of resources. Linda’s main goal is prevention along with early and effective interventions to prevent further harm, and repair options. She is an active member of the International Association on Workplace Bullying and Harassment Association, and a proud alumnus of the Workplace Bullying Institute in the USA. 

www.instituteofworkplacebullyingresources.ca                                      psychologicalsafetyfirst@nullgmail.com

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