Children Developmental Phases and Trauma - Provided by Isabella Holden from Lifeline

Resilience is the ability to thrive in the face of difficult circumstances. Resilience is likely to develop from both
internal and environmental factors:

  • Loving close relationship with a supportive and ‘available’ caregiver.
  • A stable, supportive family environment that provides structure, clear rules and good supervision.
  • Emotional support outside the family eg. Community, religious leaders, teachers or peers.
  • Some school environments are more effective than others.
  • Role models who display good problem solving skills – who have survived adversity themselves.

To read more, refer to

Resource type: 

NGO Services

NGO Services