Bullying is the most frequently occurring form of violence in schools. Bullying by, and against, girls is as commonplace as it is among boys, but often takes different forms. Girls are usually less physical than boys their bullying is far more commonly psychological and emotional. However, the effects can be seriously damaging in the worst case scenarios leading to long-lasting depression, self-harm and even suicide. This program examines the nature of bullying, bullying directed at girls, its impact, why bullies behave the way they do and protective strategies for girls and bullying. It features renown adolescent psychologist, Dr Michael Carr-Gregg, as well as dramatised scenarios and vox pops. This program makes a valuable resource to deliver some important messages about this serious issue.