Components of Resilience
• Capacity for healthy emotional regulation
• Cognitive style where self-limiting beliefs are challenged, and optimism is nurtured.
• Character traits such as empathy, perseverance, self-control, responsibility, curiosity and kindness.
• Connection to at least one supportive and emotionally present adult and connection to a larger supportive social system.
• Growth mindset
There is always the opportunity for new learning and integration of new skills and strategies. With time and practice, the learning can help rewire the brain. Neuroplasticity can happen throughout our lives. Our interest in to build on the strengths of the individual such that they can be successful with their intentions and aspirations.