Resourceful States and Children
Resilience is widely noted as of particular importance in children, where external risk factors such as loss or separation, life changes, and traumatic events can increase the probability of some children developing problems. Clients and therapists using Resourceful State techniques have reported improvements is areas such as:
- Self esteem
- Therapeutic alliance
Self-esteem, a sense of identity, strong family relationships and good communications with teachers and peer groups are widely acknowledged as key elements in children who are resilient, and such protective processes may counteract an increase in risk factors in vulnerable children.
Many clients will benefit from the possibility of increased self-esteem, better communication skills and improved relationships.
Experience and apply the benefits of Resourceful State with
Christine Miller, MA, author of the forthcoming book “Resourceful Intelligence”, and featured in The Economist Guide to Coaching & Mentoring for her work with Children & Young People