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Promoting Resilience as Children Return to School

A lot of children are stressed and may have experienced trauma during the COVID-19 pandemic, and Resilience is a way to put things into perspective and help children recover. It focuses on shifting their view and sense of self to understand the environment in a different way that is more beneficial to mental health. It is important to have a sense of belonging and connection especially in early childhood to maintain a positive mindset for the future.

Key Takeaways:

  • Resilience is the quality that allows us as humans to sustain an ultimately positive outcome even in the face of extreme hardship and hurdles.
  • Certain qualities seem to bolster an ability to have resilience, such as above average verbal skills.
  • Other key resilience components, or characteristics that can help create resiliency, include the ability to self-regulate and problem-solve.

“Being trauma-informed means we take a child’s past and current adverse experience into consideration.”

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