Resilience in children and teens is a learned capacity to remain strong during life’s pressures and difficulties. A child who develops resilience can experience positive growth even after experiencing trauma. This post-traumatic growth is characterized by greater empathy for others, self-compassion, improved self-regulation, gratitude for the little & everday experiences, and greater purpose or meaning of life.
In order to support parents, teachers, social workers, and therapists, Dr. Woods provides weekly content during her Family Resilience Live Show.
During the show she discussed topics related to child & teen development, trauma, resilience, and building strong family connections. This show happens regularly on Monday evenings at 7:00 pm CST (8pm EST; 6pm MST; and 5pm PST). There is always a meaningful discussion in the chat and Dr. Woods answers any questions posted in the chat during the show. If you are looking for actionable tips and strategies as well as dynamic content, you will want to see this show!