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These resources focus on wellness of both adults and children during this stressful time.

Resiliency-and-Wellnesscircle-Page-Title

These resources focus on wellness of both adults and children during this stressful time.

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10 Ways to Build Resilience
Try these strategies to build resilience.


Detective Thinking
Try this strategy to practice resilience by reframing your thoughts.


Smiling Mind
A free app and guide to support emotional well-being with trauma informed mindfulness.


Stop, Breathe, and Think
A free app that helps you check in with how you’re feeling, and try short activities tuned to your emotions.


Teacher Time: Notice Five Things
Watch a short video to learn about this common resilience strategy.

5 minute Stress check
Listen to a recorded meditation practice from the UW Center for Child and Family Wellbeing


Gratitude practice
Listen to a recorded gratitude practice session from UW mindfullness expert Danny Arguetty

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Building your resilience
We all face trauma, adversity and other stresses. Here’s a roadmap for adapting to life-changing situations, and emerging even stronger than before


How to build resilience in children
In this article, the authors explain how resilience can be recognized and fostered at four levels: the individual, the family, the school and caregiving systems, and the larger community.


Little children, Big challenges
Young children face new challenges at every age and stage—that's why it's so important to help them build the skills they need to become resilient.


How to be a resilient parent
Children learn more from what you do than what you say, so your resilience—the way they watch you approach adversity—affects theirs. Explore these mindful strategies for building awareness around challenging experiences.

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