This project examines how to help individuals develop their resilience. Research shows that through resilience training, people can develop important skills like stress management, resource-seeking, flexibility and the ability to face the future in a positive way.

Partners are building on research findings to produce resources for teachers including guidelines for introducing resilience into adult education, positive health promotion approaches, an interview scheme for identifying students at risk and a ‘serious’ game to help individuals develop a positive action plan.

Partners: Blickpunkt Identität, Austria (lead partner); Medizinische Universität Wien, Austria; Listaháskóli Íslands and Mimir-símenntun, Iceland; Norton Radstock College, UK; CSCS, Italy; Folkhälsan, Finland and Greek Academic Network with Impacts and Netunion as external partners.


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