Relational aggression is the method of choice for girls when the decision to “fight” is made. Unlike physical aggression which is easy to detect, relational aggression is secretive, covert and many times overlooked by teachers and parents. Research is clear however that this type of violence can be every bit as harmful. This 3 CE workshop will explore relational aggression in depth and give educators principles and practices to help detect, understand and stop it. Presenter Janice Morabeto, M.Ed is president of Morabeto Mind Legacy Associates Inc., program consultant for Mental Health America of Franklin County, and is a professor at Ashland University. Pre-registration is required.