“You may have to fight a battle more than once to win it.”
― Margaret Thatcher

What is Resilience? Why is it important?

Resilience is our innate ability to overcome and manage the often unexpected and uncontrollable circumstances that can happen in our lives. The ability of an individual to overcome these challenges effects not only the outcome of them, but the long-term consequences as well. 

Those who lack resilience may instead become overwhelmed by stressful situations. 
They may dwell on problems and use:

-Unhealthy coping mechanisms 

-Disappointment or failure might drive them to unhealthy, destructive, or even dangerous behaviors 

 -These individuals are slower to recover from setbacks and may experience more psychological distress as a result.

Who is this group for?

This group is beneficial for tweens who are experiencing difficulty overcoming challenges in their life such as difficulty in friendships, losing a loved one, lacking confidence, affected very emotionally by stress, or struggling with any stress in life.

How this group can help?

Luckily, resilience is a skill that can be learned. It takes practice and commitment to practicing the skills everyday. This group plans to utilize different modalities to help members learn to: 

  • Develop a more positive view of themself
  • Learning to develop appropriate emotional regulation skills 
  • Developing communication skills
  • Developing problem-solving skills

$200 Deposit $50 per meeting

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