This book is selling fast and becoming a topic of conversation in families, youth organisations, psychologists and among young people themselves.
This book is a timely and valuable resource for:
- youth workers
- social workers
- family workers
- child care workers
- … and anyone who works with children and young people.
The 7 factors that resilient young people and adults have in common are illustrated in the shape of a doughnut. Ways of helping a young person through stressful times and building their resilience are shown using a simple the common sense formula: “If something is working, do more of it”.
Lyn has written this book in everyday useable language, making it an easy read, and a resource that can be used for anyone experiencing the difficulties that life inevitably brings. Children as young as 5 years old have used the Resilience Doughnut and understood what makes them strong!
What others have said about The Resilience Doughnut …
“THOUGHTFUL, ACCESSIBLE, WELL WRITTEN AND QUITE INSPIRATIONAL….”
Dr Michael Carr Greg PhD, Adolescent Psychologist
“This book has the potential to bring resilience into the common language of families.”
Andrew Fuller, Psychologist
“This book has a relevance to parents, teachers and community workers and of course, most importantly to young men and women as they travel the path not yet trod.”
Steve Billington, High School Principal