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Transcript of Resilience

Broderick, P. C., and Blewitt, P. (2010). The Life Span: Human Development for Helping Professions. 3rd ed. Pearson.

Gregory, Austin. (February 2012). Wested.org. California Healthy Kids Survey. Retrieved September 17, 2012, from http://chks.wested.org/

Grotberg, E.H. (2010). esilnet.uiuc.edu. In Resilience Net. Retrieved September 17, 2012, from http://resilnet.uiuc.edu/library/grotb95b.html#chapter1.

Hetherington E, Stanley-Hagan M. The adjustment of children with divorced parents: A risk and resiliency perspective. Journal Of Child Psychology And Psychiatry. January 1999; 40(1):129-140.

Resilience. March 7 2008. In Encyclopedia of Early Childhood Development Online. Retrieved from http://www.child-encyclopedia.com/en-ca/child-resilience/how-important-is-it.html

Rak, C. F., & Patterson, L. E. (1996). Promoting Resilience in At-Risk Children. Journal Of Counseling & Development, 74(4), 368. Early Childhood ALEX
REINKE Ability to withstand and cope with crisis and distress The extent to which a child can adapt to internal and external stressors Successful adjustment in terms of self-esteem, interdependence, and social integration Used to Describe Phenomena such as..... Positive childhood development outcomes despite high risk factors Competence under threat Recovery from traumatic experiences Vital in children to:
Reduce Risk
Boost Resources
Promote Competence
Build a strong foundation for future development School Based Interventions
Collaboration of parents, teachers, community Parent Focused Interventions
Comfort Resiliency Community Based Interventions
Preschool Kids' Club
Community Partnership For Children
Resilience & Youth Development Module Resiliency is necessary for positive and healthy development in children Children can show major strengths in some areas, but have difficulties in others Resilience is not a single personality trait of a child, rather it is fluid and not fixed in time Childhood is a crucial point for development ASSESSMENT Interviews Play Therapy Surveys 23. Do other kids hit or push you at school when they are not just playing around?
A) No, never
B) Yes, some of the time
C) Yes, most of the time
D) Yes, all of the time

24. Do other kids at school spread mean rumors or lies about you?
A) No, never
B) Yes, some of the time
C) Yes, most of the time
D) Yes, all of the time

25. Do other kids at school spread mean rumors or lies about you on the internet (i.e. Facebook™, MySpace™, email, instant message)?
A) No, never
B) Yes, some of the time
C) Yes, most of the time
D) Yes, all of the time

26. During the past year, did you ever bring a gun or knife to school?
A) No
B) Yes

27. During the past year, have you ever seen another kid with a gun or knife at school?
A) No
B) Yes

28. Are you home alone after school?
A) No, never
B) Yes, some of the time
C) Yes, most of the time
D) Yes, all of the time Individual
Physical and/or mental disability
Poor social skills
Difficult Temperament
Chronic Illness Familial
Low parental involvement
Parental substance abuse
Death of a family member
Divorce Social
Peer rejection
Poor attachment to school
Bullying Societal/Cultural
Low SES/poverty
Disadvantaged minority status Individual
Takes initiative in own projects
Active approach to problem solving
Ability to gain others' positive attention
Optimistic view on life
"I have, I am, I can" Familial
Parental resilience
Having a variety of social connections
Adequate knowledge of parenting and child development
Support in times of need
Access to services (e.g. mental health, medical, etc.)
Structure and rules at home So let's explore Michelle's development... REFERENCES Age: 6 Presenting Problem: First Day of Kindergarten Description: Michelle lives in a family without a mother. She lives with her biological father and two uncles and two sisters. Michelle is nervous about her first day of Kindergarten. Feeling the pressures of not fitting in, she seeks the advice from her uncle. Risk Factors:
Poor Social Skills
Death of Mother
Peer Rejection
Poor attachment to school
Bullying Protective Factors:
Loving Family Support
Wonderful school system
Structure/rules at home
Parental Resilience Please wait while we set up the video What are additional risk/protective factors that could potentially apply to Michelle?

As a counselor, what are some other factors that we may have to consider when working with Michelle?

How would RCT apply to Michelle's case? DISCUSSION
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