The Resilience Doughnut!
The Resilience Doughnut is a model for building resilience that considers both the internal qualities of a resilient person as well as the factors in the person’s environment which support and interact with those internal qualities.
The model is based on a wide body of research (both Australian and international) examining the factors common to children and young people who have shown resilience in the face of adversity.
Resilience in children and adolescents
The Resilience Doughnut is a simple and practical tool which can be used to support the development of resilience in children and adolescents. We have taught and trained many parents, teachers and practitioners around Australia and overseas. The Resilience Doughnut can also be used directly with children and adolescents in a therapeutic setting, or taught in a workshop format to school students.
Resilience in adults
The Resilience Doughnut also sheds light on how adults develop the skills for coping with adversity through their lifetime and offers insights for nurturing both personal growth and positive relationships with others.
Click here for training in the Resilience Doughnut Adult model.
Facilitating resilience in organisations
The Resilience Doughnut has the potential to build resilient organisations. Our workshops and training sessions provide strategies to foster well-being at individual, team and workplace levels and provide tools to assist staff bounce back from stressful and competing tensions.
A resilient workplace is a thriving workplace. The Resilience Doughnut model provides a practical process for organisations building processes to help staff with stress, pressure or challenging workplace agendas.
For more information on the Resilience Doughnut, contact Sue on 0408 164 785 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.