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by Ann Masten Pioneering researcher Ann Masten presents the most authoritative synthesis of current knowledge on resilience in children and adolescents. Contrary to earlier views that resilience was a rare quality, humans by nature are resilient if reared in an environment that meets their needs.
by Larry K. Brendtro, Martin Brokenleg, & Steve Van Bockern Empower your alienated students to cultivate a deep sense of belonging, mastery, independence, and generosity. This fully updated edition of Reclaiming Youth at Risk merges Native American knowledge and Western science to create a unique alternative for reaching disconnected or troubled youth. Contact [email protected] for pricing discount on 10 or more copies.
by Larry K. Brendtro & Scott J. Larson With support from adults who believe in their possibilities, youth can experience restorative relationships, discover hidden talents, solve problems creatively, and find a sense of meaning and fulfillment in their lives. This book was an INDIES Award Finalist in Education.
by Howard Bath & John Seita The Three Pillars stresses the importance of supportive and informed interactions in the lifespace, i.e., where young people live, study, work, and play. The authors explore the three core trauma-related needs of vulnerable young people: Safety, Connections, and Coping.