Building Resiliency in Youth

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A Handbook

ISBN: 9781877300363
Code: 0147
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  • Contains an approach that builds on students' existing strengths.
  • Provides specific activities to use with young people that will help build their resiliency.
  • Encourages the use of affirmation and inspiration that solidifies learning.
  • Shows the power of the positive relationship—a reminder of the effectiveness of mentoring.

Building Resiliency in Youth is written for all people who work with youth. includes a brief explanation of the concept of resiliency, an outline of the factors that help to build resiliency and practical ways of nurturing resiliency behaviours. Also included are activities designed to assist the planning and implementation of resiliency-building practices. Much of the material is drawn from overseas sources and adapted to the New Zealand context.

Pages may be reproduced for use in seminars and training workshops by the purchasing school, organisation or individual.

Pages: 40 | Ages: 13-17

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About the Authors

Picture of Ian Thurlow

Ian Thurlow is a former teacher and principal in primary and intermediate schools. He is an experienced workshop facilitator, and has worked in life skills education as national director for Lions-Quest Life Skills for a number of years. He is currently the School Attendance Officer for Rangiora High School, and is working as a practitioner in the art of energy healing. Ian can be contacted at: i.thurlow@xtra.co.nz

Picture of Jim Peters

Jim Peters is a former secondary school teacher, counsellor and principal. He has had a long association with groups concerned with at-risk youth and was a founding member of the Youth Mentoring Trust. He has been involved with alternative education and with several community and school-based programmes in South Auckland, New Zealand.