WhyTry is a powerful curriculum for teaching resiliency skills to youth using pictures, media, music, journals, and more. Webinars, podcasts, and excellent training materials are available.
Resiliency in Action provides resources on books and pamphlets, a resiliency blog, training, articles, and free newsletters. A resiliency quiz is also available. Nan Henderson, M.S.W. president of Resiliency in Action and author of Resiliency in Action.
Search Institute provides excellent information related to how and what of helping youth and families succeed in today’s world. Numerous free downloads are available to help foster resiliency in youth.
The American Psychological Association provides a roadmap for adapting to life-changing situations and emerging even stronger than before.
Bounce Back, A Game That Teaches Resiliency Skills
Talking, Feeling, and Doing Game plus the Stop, Relax, and Think Board Game. Two of the most popular games to teach resiliency and self-regulation. Children ages 6-12.
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Kay Warren provides a gold mine of free mental health resources that are well organized and very informative. Click here for free downloads on a variety of mental health subjects including ADHD, Anxiety, Bipolar Disorder, Depression, Eating Disorders, and Substance Abuse.
Mental Health First Aid is a skills-based training course that teaches participants about mental health and substance-use issues.
The National Association of School Psychologists (NASP) provides information about a variety of mental health issues and how school psychologists can help students overcome these barriers to learning and achievement.
The National Child Traumatic Stress Network provides a 6-hour online interactive course that puts the participant in the role of a provider in a post-disaster scene