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Jessie Klein PhD, MSW, M.Ed

Creating Compassionate Communities For Schools, Families and Beyond.

Jessie Klein is Director and Founder of Creating Compassionate Communities (CCC) to Eliminate Bullying in Schools, Families and Beyond

Supported by the Center for Health Innovation (CHI) at Adelphi University

Jessie Klein is Director and Founder of Creating Compassionate Communities CCC to Eliminate Bullying in Schools Families and Beyond

Dr. Klein is also a Sociology/Criminal Justice Associate Professor at Adelphi University. Her book, The Bully Society: School Shootings and the Crisis of Bullying in America’s Schools, was positively reviewed internationally. She served in New York City schools as an Acting Assistant Principal of Guidance, school social worker, college adviser and social studies teacher. She also worked as a social work professor. You can see her television, radio and online interviews on or here on

Why Create Compassionate Communities?

At a time when rates of bullying behaviors, school shootings and suicides are at shocking highs; social isolation, depression and anxiety afflict youth at younger ages; and empathy and trust are decreasing for young and old alike, we need professional support and guidance to develop more caring relationships with our selves and others.

My empathy games help create caring relationships in school classrooms, families and workplaces so that bullying behaviors are eliminated, replaced by kindness and supportive behaviors. Together we can transform hurtful behaviors into more compassionate action in your schools, family and for your self