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Monika Punová

A Resilience Social Work with Youth: Companion Concepts


Resiliency is a concept that is used for the description of dynamic developmental processes, that enable the individual (or other systems such as family, comunity) to adapt in the contexts of significant adversities (risks, stressors). This essay is theoretical and includes some chapters. First chapter deals with basic terms. Last chapters discusses the strengths perspective, and defines the developmental and ecological companion concepts associated with the process of resilience.


resiliency, youth work, strengths perspective, developmental theory, ecological model

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