Psychological Resilience

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Psychological Resilience

Some of the indicators of a resilient person are the following (Tait, 2008, p. 61, 72; Cherry, 2021) able to show positive adaptation in the face of adversity:

Some of the indicators of a resilient person are the following (see the Guide):

Students’ articles on digital resilience

Videos, lectures, links

Student support

Students’ peer support network can help students take control of their health and wellbeing – to feel accepted; compare experiences; find new coping strategies; increase knowledge; improve social skills; improve self-efficacy; self-manage their condition; improve their quality of life.
The students’ peer support network consists of peer support volunteers (peer support providers) that undergo specialized training and assessments to be able to support students during the academic year.
Confidentiality is an essential characteristic of the peer support network. A session of peer psychosocial support is a safe space for the student-support seeker to talk and for the student-peer support provider to actively listen in an Areas of student peer support networking: