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Developing resilience in children and young people : a practical guide

Author: Poul Lundgaard
Publisher: Abingdon, Oxon ; New York, NY : Routledge, 2018. ©2018
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"Developing Resilience in Children and Young People: A Practical Guide is the first book to describe the work of professionals using the world's first mentalisation-based mental health education program - Lundgaard's Resilience Programme. Bringing together accounts from those working with children, young people and parents across many disciplines, this book outlines how they tackle the core issues of self-control,  Read more...
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Poul Lundgaard
ISBN: 9781138236196 1138236195 9781138236202 1138236209
OCLC Number: 1005191567
Description: xiii, 172 pages ; 24 cm
Contents: A practical guideto teamwork with children and adolescents Poul Lundgaard Bak (Ed.) Table of contents:Introduction Chapter 1 What is Resilience? - The Background of tThe Resilience ProgrammePoul Lundgaard Bak and Susanna de Lima Chapter 2 Experiences and results of the Resilience Program for primary school teachers in ItalyAnnalisa Valle, Davide Massaro, Ilaria Castelli,, Francesca Sangiuliano Intra, Elisabetta Lombardi, Edoardo Bracaglia and Antonella Marchetti Chapter 3 Stories and Valuable Questions - Experiences from Health CareHeidi Moeller Vestergaard and Lene Elmose Broecker Chapter 4 Resilience at SchoolThe First Experiences- Resilience for Schools and Children's GroupsPeter SkaarupExperiences with Resilience in a Socially Disadvantaged SchoolDan HenriksenLuxury Issue? No, Iit's NnotLene Steensberg Chapter 5 Being Llike the Others - Resilience for Children and Adolescents in Club ActivitiesResilience in a Socially Disadvantaged Residential Area 1 Nina Lykke NielsenResilience in a Socially Disadvantaged Residential Area 2Tine Kaarup and Nina Lykke NielsenDreams for the FutureJeanette CorneliussenResilience - `Only for Paki's?'Tina Brammer Kristensen, Mette Bentzon and Helle Fogtman WelejusResilience in a Youth PerspectiveLotte Dalager Chapter 6 Resilience for Teenagers in TherapyA Course for Vulnerable Youths with Drug Abuse IssuesSusanne de Lima with contributions from Lotte DalagerCooperating Wwhen Iit's DifficultGritt Graugaard Bonde Chapter 7 Appropriate Challenges in a Special Needs SchoolJoan Dammeyer Chapter 8 `Will Yyou Hhelp Mme?' - Experiences from a Children's HomeLouise Kristensen and Mette Haahr Chapter 9 A Municipal Perspective on ResilienceA Municipal Perspective on Resilience IJohanne Cecilie AndersenA Municipal Perspective on Resilience IIMorten Lysdahlgaard List of Figures (= Figure Texts):Figure 1.1: Thought bubbles Figure 1.2: Attention - Spotlight of the brain Figure 1.3: Focues attention Figure 1.4: The Thinking Brain and the brains Alarm Centre Figure 1.5: The Mind game
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"Developing Resilience in Children and Young People: A Practical Guide is the first book to describe the work of professionals using the world's first mentalisation-based mental health education program - Lundgaard's Resilience Programme. Bringing together accounts from those working with children, young people and parents across many disciplines, this book outlines how they tackle the core issues of self-control, self-esteem and self-confidence with their clients using the tools and knowledge derived from the programme. Resilience means being able to handle the challenges of life, especially when life is hard, and The Resilience Programme is unique in its simplicity, efficiency and flexibility. The work presented in the book is based on the fact that mentalising - careful and reflective thinking - often is very helpful when coping with difficult challenges. The chapters in this book provides practical guidance on how to start working with the programme, how to develop resilience in young people, and even how to create resilient communities in a school for children with special needs. Developing Resilience in Children and Young People is written for those professionals who interact with children and young people on a daily basis, and will become an important book for mental health professionals" -- From the publisher.

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