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Resilience.docx - Resilience Walshs Article Made up of many...

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Resilience: Walsh’s Article Made up of many things Family functioning: belief systems, organizational patterns and communication processes o Bring coherence to intervention planning o Mutually interactive and synergistic o Belief system affects how family deals with things Strengthening Relational Resilience: o Decreasing risk factors Anticipating and prepping for threats Reducing overload of stress Providing info; altering catastrophic beliefs Learning about health issues to ease minds and/or to know what to expect, for example Information helps bring closure o Reducing negative chain reactions that heighten risk for sustained impact and further crises Buffering stress effects, cushioning impact, overcoming obstacles Altering maladaptive coping strategies Withstanding aftershocks, prolonged strains; rebounding from setbacks o Strengthening protective family processes and reducing vulnerabilities
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