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We offer a variety of resources to help families navigate difficult times. From workbooks, informative content, and infographics, to one-on-one counseling, we have gathered the necessary tools to promote resilience. We invite you to join us on this journey and take part in our mission.

10 Ways to Develop Resilience

Parents Partner Project is a dedicated trauma resource that provides a safe environment for parents and caregivers to learn and grow. Our mission is to help families build resilience and develop skills to cope with life’s challenges. We have a variety of resources and tools to help support our community, including our “10 Ways to Develop Resilience” resource. Our goal is to provide access to the latest research, tools, and resources to help build strong, healthy families.


CornellHealth Tips & Information to Help You Thrive
Building Resilience

This resource provides tips on how to manage difficult emotions and create a healthy lifestyle to help you manage your trauma. With this resource, you can learn to thrive despite the challenges that trauma can bring.


Key Processes in Family Resilience

This worksheet outlines key processes in family resilience, including building supportive relationships, problem-solving and communication, and identifying and managing triggers. It also provides a step-by-step guide to developing an action plan to manage the impact of trauma and includes activities to help build resilience and foster a sense of safety and security. A worksheet is an invaluable tool for families, providing them with the skills and resources to cope with the aftermath of trauma.


Resilience Building Tool

This worksheet is designed to help people build resilience by addressing and managing their experiences with trauma. It provides a step-by-step guide for identifying and dealing with any traumas and helps to develop strategies for self-care and stress management. It also encourages reflection and mindfulness to help foster a more positive outlook on life. With this worksheet, users can develop and maintain the strength and resilience necessary to cope with trauma and its consequences.

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