Building Resiliency Skills

We all want to provide our children with a safe, happy and healthy development.  And still, our children will have to cope with stress and face disappointments.  Most of these are little obstacles, like having a fight with a friend or not doing well on a test, but others are more intense, like moving to a new neighborhood or dealing with a divorce. 

Resiliency Tools

Books and Resources

Photo Credit:  ms.akr

Photo Credit: ms.akr

“But Aren’t I Lucky That…” is a fantastically illustrated children’s book that helps kids learn to find and celebrate the positive as they work through everyday challenges. By using evidence-based concepts from Positive Psychology, Dr. Beech weaves an enjoyable story that guides readers through easy to apply tools that foster happiness, optimistic thinking and resiliency.


Choice Words and Rave Reviews

“I really love the way the Dr. Beech provides great examples of what parents can say to their children and model for their children to foster good character, values, and positive perspective about seemingly negative situations.”