History of childhood resilience
What is resilience?
Risk and protective factors
How can we support resilience?
Supporting resilience through the lends of attachment
This six session bundle will define resilience, discussing both risk and protective factors and the role that attachment relationships play in building resiliency. The series also includes information on how we can support the development of resilience skills. Each session is grounded in a developmental perspective.
Meet the Instructor
Katie Volk, MA, has been focusing on poverty and related issues for over 15 years. She has directed numerous training, technical assistance, and curriculum development efforts. Katie has also trained thousands of service providers, primarily focusing on trauma-informed care, homelessness, child development, and organizational well-being. Prior to joining the Center for Social Innovation, she spent seven years at the National Center on Family Homelessness, where she worked in the post-Katrina Gulf; developed the PEACH, a physical and emotional awareness program for children; and was integral in crafting the 2009 America's Youngest Outcasts: State Report Card on Child Homelessness.
The tapas in this bundle:
- History of childhood resilience (6 mins)
- What is resilience? (4 mins)
- Risk and protective factors (7 mins)
- How can we support resilience (6 mins)
- Attachment: Building brains (8 mins)
- Supporting resilience through the lens of attachment (8 mins)
- Estimate length: 39 minutes
- Subject: Resilience
- Course type: Self-paced, short video tutorials
- Covered topics: resilience, child development, attachment