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Helping kids deal with emotional trauma

Children who have experienced emotional trauma may have behavioural problems or become withdrawn. Learn how to spot some of the signs of trauma and support your child and help them to become resilient.

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Building positive body image in kids

It's important to teach kids to feel good about their bodies. If they have a positive body image, they'll have greater self-esteem and are more likely to have a healthy outlook on life. Learn more here.

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Building resilience in children 3-8 years | Raising Children Network

Resilience is the ability to bounce back after challenges. Resilience develops when children experience challenges and learn to deal with them positively.

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Building resilience in children guide - Beyond Blue

Beyond Blue's 'Building resilience in children aged 0–12: A practice guide' aims to assist practitioners to promote and raise children’s resilience.

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Six tips for strength and resilience | Diabetes NSW & ACT

It would be fair to say that living with a chronic health condition can impact on our capacity for emotional resilience. In addition to this, the social

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Coping skills (resilience)

Helping children build inner strength to cope with the ‘ups and downs’ of growing up is one of the best things parents can do.

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Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs) and resilience - parent fact sheet - Emerging Minds

Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs) and resilience parent fact sheet Emerging Minds and ANU, Australia, February, 2020 Related to Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs) view resource This infographic provides information on the prevalence and types of adverse childhood experiences (ACEs), as well as ways in which parents can support their children

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Resilience & Recovery - The Trauma and Grief Network (TGN)

After a traumatic experience, getting back up on your feet and into daily life can be challenging for everyone, including children and young people

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Wellbeing resources and information - Black Dog Institute

Information and resources about personal wellbeing, mindfulness and resilience building for you, your friends, family and colleagues.

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What is Childhood Trauma?

Information about childood trauma, causes, impacts, adverse childhood experiences and coping strategies

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