What makes the End Bullying and Abuse Academy different?


That first word "End."

Our courses don't explain what bullying is or what the rules, the laws, or the policies and procedures are.

We guide you through case studies that ask: How is it possible that again and again esteemed institutions fail to stop psychological abuse, verbal or sexual harassment, or sexual and physical abuse? These institutions are treated as isolated, shocking incidents of years of abuse being allowed to go unchecked.

Our online courses show you there's nothing isolated or shocking about it.

Abuse and bullying flourish because of the way they are repeatedly handled by well-meaning administrators and leaders.

Our courses don't point fingers.
They don't blame or shame, but they definitely hold perpetrators and administrators accountable.

Our online courses are designed to expose a serious systems flaw that has us trapped in bullying and abuse when we have the brain capacity to switch into a new era of empathy and compassion.

The End Bullying and Abuse Academy applies Neuroscience to Bullying, Abuse and Cover Up.

More exciting, it draws on neuroscience to show we can change. We have the brain power to paradigm shift from bullying and abuse to empathy and compassion.

Your corporation, business, schools or sports organization will be more successful once you make that shift. That's not opinion. It's grounded in extensive neuroscientific research.
What makes the End Bullying and Abuse Academy different?

Meet The Founder

  • Dr. Jennifer Fraser

    Instructor

    Dr. Jennifer Fraser

    Dr. Jennifer Fraser is an award-winning educator and best-selling author on Amazon. Featured in the Huffington Post, National Workplace Bullying Coalition; Toronto Star, Changing The Game Project; National Alliance for Youth Sports; and Edutopia along with many other media outlets and foundations, Jennifer advocates for the rights of students and individuals to learn in an abuse-free environment.

    Since the publication of her third book, Teaching Bullies: Zero Tolerance on the Court or in the Classroom, Jennifer has been writing articles, and giving interviews and presentations across North America on the subject of abuse and bullying's impact on brains.

    With a PhD in Comparative Literature from the University of Toronto, Jennifer's development of the R8 System is in response to the devastation of bullying and abuse to organizations. She draws on psychology and neuroscience to stress how harmful and scarring bullying and abuse are to brains.

    Jennifer works with the brilliant StopIt! reporting system which she believes is the best way to keep students, student athletes, and employees safe, as well as organizational leaders informed. She has a forthcoming book entitled The Bullied Brain: What Neuroscience Can Teach Us About Brain Scars and How To Heal Them.