What is resilience?
'Bouncing back even when faced with very difficult situations'
'Looking on the bright side'
'Those skills, attributes and abilities that enable individuals to adapt to hardships, difficulties and challenges'
We provide support for families within Newport through individual work, group work and family sessions. Our aim is to increase resilience within the family enabling them to make positive changes to their emotional and mental wellbeing.
Using resilient therapy and the five ways to well-being, we can work with families who;
- Are experiencing low to moderate (whether diagnosed or not diagnosed) mental health problems e.g. anxiety, depression, OCD
- Are experiencing low to moderate behavioural problems e.g. swearing/shouting, work relating to responsibilities/ boundaries – (child and/or parent work)
- Are having issues with family relationships/ communication
- Want to achieve specific goals in order to change their life for the better – whether they are very small or larger ones
This link shows the '5 ways to wellbeing' which we use within our practice
This link shows services specifically within Newport mind
This link goes to a website that looks at resilience research and practice, so what it's all about really (and shows the Resilient Framework that we use with clients)