Fostering Resilience in Children & Young Adults

Evidence based. Practical. Accessible.

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Are you a child or youth serving organization who has wondered what the research says about building resilience? Have you ever wondered how you can better serve your youth to ensure that they go on to be, resilient, happy, healthy, and successful adults?

Then this course is for you!

After rigorously studying what the psychology literature says about building resilience in young people, Michael masterfully blends his research with his raw and transformational story, to make the research applicable for everyday use.

After completing this course:

  • Participants will improve their understanding of the intersection of trauma and resilience and its impact on children and young adults.
  • Participants will improve their ability to identify and foster resilient behaviors in children and young adults.
  • Participants get their very own Fostering Resilience Action Plan.

Participants who have received this training live, have used words such as “transparent, inspiring, relevant, engaging, hopeful, real, powerful, fabulous, and positive” to describe it's impact.

"It is easier to build strong children, than to repair broken men." -Fredrick Douglas

Your Instructor

Michael Place
Michael Place

Michael is a Wellbeing Advisor & Resilience Coach who currently teaches resilience and mindfulness practices to professionals throughout Australia. Michael holds his MA in Psychology from Antioch University, in Los Angeles and a Graduate Certificate in Leadership from Monash.

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