Resilience is the ability to bounce back after encountering difficulties, negative events, hard times or adversity and to return to almost the same level of emotional wellbeing, that is, the capacity to maintain a healthy and fulfilling life despite adversity. - McGrath & Noble
Life for any family includes ups and downs, challenges and unexpected twists and turns in the road. A family’s ability to negotiate this journey and keep going depends on the skills they are working on along the way. There are certain skills and strategies that have been identified as important for the development of resilience. Some are internal skills we can build and develop, whilst others external, which encompass the relationships in children’s lives. Families can draw upon these skills to build successful strategies to bounce back after challenging times. This seminar will enhance your understanding of the importance of interactions, connectedness and relationships in assisting children to build resilience.
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