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Risk and Resilience
Risk and resilience

As teachers and professionals working in schools, we sometimes find ourselves making comparisons among young people and their ability to cope with difficult situations in their lives. We may ask, how is it that two young people, both faced with similar problems in their lives, appear to cope so differently? One pupil seems to ‘bounce back’, whilst another seems to spiral into depression or anxiety, or appears out of control.

‘Resilience’ is an important consideration for those concerned with the mental health ...

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