Building Children’s Resilience

Professor Paula Barrett explains to parents and teachers how to build resilience in children. These practical tips and activities will help develop psychological resilience in children.

Professor Paula Barrett is one of Australia’s leading scholars in developing resilience in children, and is a world expert in the prevention and treatment of childhood anxiety disorders. Parents today want to know how to help their children develop the ability to bounce back from disappointments and cope with challenges in life.

Resilience expert Paula Barrett explains some simple tips that will help parents train their children in becoming more resilient and cope with life. By parents proactively planning to develop the psychological resilience of young children, they can really make a difference in the lives of the kids in their care, and reduce the chance of development of childhood anxiety disorders.

This video was uploaded by Sensory Learning 4 Life. It is a useful video for parents and care-givers interested in childhood resilience.

About Paula Barrett
Dr. Barrett is the founding director of Pathways Health and Research Centre, which has helped numerous families worldwide prevent and treat anxiety and depression, and promote resilience.

For her work, Paula has received much recognition in both the business and academic spheres, receiving a variety of awards and scholarships. In addition to her work at Pathways and other endeavours, Dr. Barrett is also employed as an adjunct professor in the School of Psychology at the University of Queensland and in the Centre for Mental Health Research at the Australian National University.




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