Anleitung zur Förderung der Resilienz von Kindern1 – Stärkung des Charakters

  • Edith H. Grotberg

Zusammenfassung

Dieser Beitrag ist in der Hauptsach e eine praktisch e Anleitung, die Erwach senen helfen wird, Resilienz bei Kindern zu fördern. In dieser Einleitung diskutieren wir, was hinter dem Konzept von Resilienz steht, und liefern eine kurze Darstellung des internationalen Resilienzprojekts.

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