For immediate answers to your questions, please check our FAQ Page.
Additionally, if you have specific areas of concern, please see these helpful documents.
For the past 18 years WBI has answered your calls and listened to your stories at length by telephone without charge. We can no longer give free advice by telephone. You may share your story and receive guidance from the WBI telephone coach, Jessi Eden Brown, MS, LMHC, NCC for a modest fee. Use her secure, online scheduling system to book a session. Ms. Brown is only available by appointment and will not field general calls or emails for WBI. If live near Seattle, you may visit with counselor Ms. Brown in person. Visit her website to learn more about her practice.
If you are experiencing an emergency or crisis call 911 or the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 1-800-273-TALK (8255)
This website was developed to educate and support you. Please read the FAQ Page and the services section of our website. These pages were designed to offer support and answer the majority of questions we receive. We recommend that you read the Namies’ books, The Bully at Work to gain a deeper understanding of the workplace bullying phenomenon and to learn personal strategies for addressing the problem.
We also offer low cost DVDs for bullied targets and counselors and HR.
If you have a story to tell, please know that we receive hundreds of personal stories every month related to workplace bullying. We appreciate the courage it takes to share your story with us. Please submit your tales of bullying to our column, Let’s Talk with Kalola. Regrettably, because of our limited resources, we cannot reply to every story sent.
If you would like to become involved with legislative efforts in your state please head over to the Healthy Workplace Bill website. From there you can find out what’s happening in your state and become a citizen lobbyist.
Members of the media, please use our press query contact form.
Students. Dr. Namie no longer can serve on dissertation committees. Please do not write asking for research guidance. Over 400 articles are shared during Workplace Bullying University• Training for Professionals.
DO NOT use the form below to ask for advice, a referral to therapists or attorneys, or to share your story with us. Instead see the links above on this page.