Just as group interventions are used as strategies to help children who bully others, victims can also be helped by group interventions. In the case of victims of bullying, just as in the case of aggressive students, groups must be designed with care for the protection of every child who participates. Students will not contribute in a group unless they feel valued. Students need to believe that they can contribute to the group and that they will personally benefit. It is also extremely important for each child in a group to have someone in the group that they like, is interested in them, or accepts them. This is, especially, important for victims of bullying (Johnson, 1996).
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