résilience

La résilience décrit la capacité d’avoir des modèles de fonctionnement ou de développement positifs pendant ou après des expériences adverses. Les enfants et les jeunes résilients ont souvent de bonnes capacités d’adaptation ou parviennent d’une manière ou d’une autre à se développer dans des situations de risque.

Titre Auteurs Année de publication
Article de journaux
Evolution over a year of individual protective factors in preschool victims of sexual abuse
Langevin, Rachel
Hébert, Martine
Article de journaux
Child resilience in out-of-home care: Child welfare worker perspectives

Bell, Tessa
Romano, Elisa

Rapport
Research Brief: Resilience, Mental Health and Family Violence

MacMillan, Harriet L.
Wathen, C. Nadine

Article de journaux
Child maltreatment-related investigations involving infants: Opportunities for resilience?

Fallon, Barbara
Ma, Jennifer
Allan, Kate
Trocmé, Nico
Jud, Andreas

Article de journaux
Multilevel correlates of behavioral resilience among children in child welfare

Bell, Tessa
Romano, Elisa
Flynn, Robert J.

Article de journaux
Non-English/non-French speaking caregivers involved with the Canadian child welfare system: Findings from the Canadian Incidence Study of Reported Child Abuse and Neglect (CIS-2008)

Ma, Jennifer
Van Wert, Melissa
Lee, Barbara
Fallon, Barbara
Trocmé, Nico

Article de journaux
Patterns of service use, individual and contextual risk factors, and resilience among adolescents using multiple psychosocial services

Ungar, Michael
Liebenberg, Linda
Duddling, Peter
Armstrong, Mary
van de Vijver, Fons J. R.

Article de journaux
The relationship between internal resilience, smoking, alcohol use, and depression symptoms in emerging adults transitioning out of child welfare

Goldstein, Abby L.
Faulkner, Breanne
Wekerle, Christine

Article de journaux
Parental cognitive impairment, mental health, and child outcomes in a child protection population

Feldman, Maurice
McConnell, David
Aunos, Marjorie

Article de journaux
South Asian immigrants' experience of child protection services: Are we recognizing strengths and resilience?

Maiter, Sarah
Stalker, Carol