A framework indicating pathways to assist young people to change their developmental trajectories towards a more resilient outcome.
The Resilience Doughnut framework brings together research that focuses on the interaction of internal and external resources that are needed to develop personal resilience during times of stress. It is a framework indicating pathways to assist young people change their developmental trajectories towards a more resilient outcome.
The application of this framework appears useful in educational and therapeutic settings and appears to be a useful conversational tool to use with families, communities and educational and therapeutic facilities, and with the young people themselves.
This report promotes the use of the framework when considering programs and interventions that address mental health, educational engagement and healthy relationships in order to build resilience.