Resources to Build Resilience in Kids During Uncertain Times

June 19, 2020

Episode 122

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Listen in to a question and answer session where Dr. Kenneth Ginsburg shares powerful resources to help our kids build resilience in these uncertain times. 


To participate in the FREE MCEC Parent to Parent webinar and download register here: Building Resilience in These Uncertain Times with Dr. Ken Ginsburg

Building Resilience in These Uncertain Times Webinar description: Protecting children includes shaping and building their resilience. We do this best when we intentionally care for ourselves and model for our children how to do the same. Join Dr. Kenneth Ginsburg, Professor of Pediatrics, The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia, Craig-Dalsimer Division of Adolescent Medicine and MCEC Science Advisory Board Member, to discuss how to turn our experiences into resilience-building opportunities.


The Center for Parent and Teen Communication

Books that Dr. Ginsburg discussed in this podcast: 4th edition Building Resilience in Children and Teens, Raising Kids to Thrive and Reaching Teens

Parents facing the challenges of a serious illness might find a number of PACT’s publications helpful. In addition to PACT’s publications, you may also want to visit other resources on our site, a section that provides a sampling of other helpful sources of information for both people who are ill and professionals who care for them.

Raising an Emotionally Healthy Child When a Parent is Sick

Paula Rauch & Anna Muriel. New York, NY: McGraw-Hill; 2006.

This practical guide helps parents understand their child’s stage of development, temperament, emotions and possible reactions at difficult times. A supportive text for parents as they encourage and foster their child’s resiliency, emotional health, and well-being.


The Trevor Project

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