This approachable picture book explores the difficult issue of bullying among children. It helps kids accept the normal fears and worries that accompany bullying, and suggests ways to resolve this upsetting experience.
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ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Vicky Omifolaji is the owner of Vicky Omifolaji Consulting & psychotherapy Services with over 20 years’ experience helping and empowering people to deal with their life issues. She is also the director of Life Skills Programs For Young People an organization with the main goal of helping to develop important life skills in children as well as young adults. These include the skills to believe in themselves, handle their feelings, make and keep friends, cooperate with others, foster respect, resolve conflict which in turn builds resilience.
Vicky is an Accredited and clinical Mental Health Social Worker with the Australian Association of Social Workers and an accredited Drug and Alcohol clinical worker.
She holds a Master’s degree in Social Work from Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology University (RMIT), Melbourne and Masters in Counselling from Monash University, Clayton, Melbourne, a Bachelor of Arts in Education from OAU University, Nigeria and a Diploma in Clinical Alcohol and Drug Work. She is also an accredited Cognitive Behavioral Therapist through the Australian Institute of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy.
Vicky also makes herself available for private and corporate speaking events. She organizes events to help foster solid relationships like Valentine’s Day bash, Mother and daughter high tea events and ladies’ retreat.
She is an author of children’s (picture) books to help in equipping children with skills including bully proofing, anger management, problem solving and emotional self-awareness.
Vicky has made it her life mission to help others with her wisdom and empathy. She is down to earth and tries to impact everyone that crosses her path positively.
Vicky is married to Dr Stephen Omifolaji. She has 3 wonderful children – Shina, Victor and Maryanne.