Modifiable Resilience Factors to Childhood Adversity for Clinical Pediatric Practice.

  title={Modifiable Resilience Factors to Childhood Adversity for Clinical Pediatric Practice.},
  author={Flora Traub and Renee D Boynton-Jarrett},
  volume={139 5}
Childhood adversity is highly prevalent and associated with risk for poor health outcomes in childhood and throughout the life course. Empirical literature on resilience over the past 40 years has identified protective factors for traumatized children that improve health outcomes. Despite these empirical investigations of resilience, there is limited integration of these findings into proactive strategies to mitigate the impact of adverse childhood experiences. We review the state of resilience… CONTINUE READING
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