A panel talks about bullying: why it happens, who the typical aggressors and victims are, and its long-term effects on both.


  • Kevin Dwyer senior advisor for prevention and children's mental health at the National Mental Health Association; nationally certified school psychologist
  • William Pollack clinical psychologist and assistant clinical professor of psychiatry at Harvard Medical School; author of "Real Boys' Voices" (Random House)

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