Talking About Resilience – Wellbeing

Talking About Resilience
Talking About Resilience
Talking About Resilience
Talking About Resilience
Talking About Resilience
Talking About Resilience

£48.50 + VAT


Resilience has been described as ‘the capacity to bounce back from adversity’ and there is an increasing awareness that building resilience in young people can lead to better outcomes for them in the future. This pack focuses on resilience. The resource offers a highly visual approach to facilitate discussion among young people which makes it appropriate to use with secondary school students of a wide ability range.

Licence: The price shown is for a site licence which enables you to download the resource on up to 5 PCs/laptops at one place. If you need a shared drive/network licence please contact us :

Talking About Resilience (the first in our new Wellbeing series) follows the format of our popular Talking About range: a scenario or dilemma is depicted, accompanied by four possible responses to that situation … some appropriate, some not! The pictures are provided with a full narrative script for the adult to use, discussion topics and extension activities which aim to facilitate wider debate and problem solving. The pack can be used in a one-to-one setting with individual students, but is more appropriate for small group work in order to encourage exchanges of ideas and promote discussion.

This ‘Talking About Resilience’ pack allows professionals to engage with young people, to help develop essential resilience and problem solving skills. Adolescence is a real window of opportunity to teach new skills, capabilities and strategies to support young people to maintain good mental health in adult life.

Scenarios and extension activities in the pack cover topics which include:

Dealing with disappointment

A long-term, difficult challenge

Dealing with failure

Dealing with stress and panic

Dealing with grief

Making big changes in your life

Dealing with challenges/ambition

Finding it difficult to make friends

Sudden and extreme changes

Taking on huge responsibility

Age: 11+ years

Ref: WB1

Format: PDF file, Available as a download, 111 pages, 34.2 MB or on CD. Introductory pages – 8 pages, Group rules – 5 pages, Introduction to resilience activities – 12 pages, 10 Scenarios with extension activities – 47 pages, Appendix 1, optional activities – 7 pages, Appendix 2, black and white duplicates for printing – 33 pages.


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