1. Gratitude, Perspective and Optimism 2. Knowing Your Values and Sticking To Them 3. Community and Connection: The importance of empathy and belonging in relationships 4. Problem solving 5. Keeping Calm 6. Embracing Mistakes Through Curiosity 7. Persistence and The Value of Hard Work 8. Setting Goals
Madhavi Nawana Parker is a behaviour consultant in private practice, based in Australia. She has previously published with Routledge What's the Buzz? (2011) and What's the Buzz? for Early Learners (2015) with Mark Le Messurier.
The Resilience and Wellbeing Toolbox is a fantastic resource which challenges us as parents/carers to think about how we can further support our children. It offers helpful strategies and worksheets onã problem solving, compromise, stress management, goal setting and more. Leanne Kutschbach, Parent The Resilience and Wellbeing Toolbox is a wonderful assemblage of Madhavi's ideas, strategies and learnings from many years of nourishing families and young people and their schools. Jamie Holland, Dean of Student Welfare, Pembroke School, South Australia `The Resilience and Wellbeing Toolbox is an exceptionally valuable resource for educators looking for hands-on ideas to promote children's social and emotional wellbeing' Dr Sue Roffey FRSA, Associate Professor (adjunct) School of Education,ã Western Sydney University, Australia.