Raising resilient kids using the Resilience Doughnut
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Do you feel like your kids often get upset over little things, or have trouble bouncing back after a setback? They might need a boost in their resilience! Host Amelia Phillips talks to Clinical Psychologist and Director of The Resilience Centre Lyn Worsley to learn about the signs of poor resilience in kids, how to apply the Resilience Doughnut practical model, and why parents are only one piece of the resilience puzzle. A great listen for parents with sensitive kids! See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
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