Handbook of Resilience in Children / Edition 1by Sam Goldstein
Pub. Date: 01/26/2006
Publisher: Springer-Verlag New York, LLC
Even the most significant technological and medical advances of the 21st century have been tempered by the increasing risk posed to children in the form of such stressors as poverty, victimization, and family dysfunction. To overcome such challenging societal pressures, children must become skilled in navigating through these turbulent times. With the proper
Even the most significant technological and medical advances of the 21st century have been tempered by the increasing risk posed to children in the form of such stressors as poverty, victimization, and family dysfunction. To overcome such challenging societal pressures, children must become skilled in navigating through these turbulent times. With the proper support from parents, extended families, and communities, children are much more likely to experience positive development rather than dysfunction in their adult lives.
To help children overcome the everyday obstacles they face - that is, to beat the odds - the Handbook of Resilience in Children gathers into one volume the current scientific theory, clinical guidelines, and real-world interventions to address such issues as:
The role of resilience in overcoming trauma, adversity, and abuse.
The relationship between resilience and other protective factors.
Resilience differences between boys and girls.
Measuring and evaluating resilience in clinical practice.
Using resilience in interventions with children and families.
Examples of school and community resilience-building programs.
The Handbook addresses ways in which the hypothetical and theoretical concepts of resilience can be applied in practice. It provides clinicians, academics, and mental health professionals with the information needed to affect positive youth development.
- Springer-Verlag New York, LLC
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- New Edition
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- 10.00(w) x 7.00(h) x 0.89(d)
Table of Contents
Part I: Overview.- Why Study Resilience?.- Resilience Processes in Development.- Understanding the Concept of Resilience.- Resilience in Gene-Environment Transactions.- Sustaining and Reframing Vulnerability and Connection.- Relational Resilience in Girls.- What Can we Learn about Resilience from Large-Scale Longitudinal Studies.- Measuring Resilience in Children.- Part II: Environmental Issues.- Poverty in Childhood amd Adolscence.- Family Violence and Parent Psycholpathology.- Families as Contexts for Children's Adaptation.- Resiliency in Maltreated Children.- Part III: Resilience as a Phenomenon in Childhood Disorders.- Resilience and the Disruptive Disorders of Childhood.- From Helplessness to Optimism.- Resilience and the Child with Learning Disabilities.- Resilience and Self-Control Impairment.- Part IV: Shaping the Future of Children.- Positive Adaptation, Resilience, and the Developmnt Asset Framework.- The Power of Parenting.- Building Educational Oppurtunity.- Building Resilience in All Children.- Resilience through Violence Prevention in Schools.- Enhancing the Process of Resilience through Effective Thinking.- Part V: Conclusions.- The Future of Children Today.
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