Judy Tindall

Judy Tindall

As part of her efforts to promote peer helping nationally, Dr. Tindall was the start up president of the National Association of Peer Program Professionals in 2009 and was instrumental in organizing the National Peer Helpers Association (NPHA) (later National Association of Peer Programs (NAPP) and received the association's first Scholar award in 2001.

Judy Tindall is a licensed psychologist and consultant. She has written the following books: Evaluation of Peer and Prevention Peer Program: A Blueprint for Success; An In-Depth look at Peer Programs, second edition; Peer Power, Book 1: Becoming an Effective Peer Helper and Conflict Mediator, forth edition; Peer Power, Book 2, Applying Peer Helping Skills, Third Edition; Peers Helping Peers: Program for the Preadolescent and Leader’s Manual; 3R’s of Feeling: Receiving, Reflecting, and Responding.

Judy has conducted two webinars on Peer to Peer Strategies for Bullying Prevention/Intervention and Peer to Peer Strategies for Suicide Prevention. She has appeared on radio and T.V. on a variety of topics including Good Morning America. She was an invited participant to the White House Conference on working with Youth and was invited the last two years to participate in the Bullying Summit in Washington D.C., supported by nine federal agencies. 




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Website: peermediationonline.org

Articles and Video:

Online Peer Mediation Project (03/07/16)
There are three changes in the educational and social context that suggest the need for a more technologically sophisticated version of peer mediation.