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​Most coaches treat their athletes with respect, but bullying is clearly a problem, according to Dr. Kody Moffatt, a pediatrician in Omaha who is on the executive committee of the Council on Sports Medicine and Fitness for the American Academy of Pediatrics. Some coaches can belittle or bully their athletes. So, when and how should parents intervene?

In this segment on the Healthy Children show on RadioMD, Dr. Moffatt discusses the warning signs your child's coach may be too aggressive, and what steps you can take.


Segment 1: When the Coach is a Bully

 

Last Updated
2/11/2014
Source
American Academy of Pediatrics (Copyright © 2014)
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