Liz Crowe: Are we destroying children’s resilience?

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This talk was recorded live on the first day at DFTB17 in Brisbane.

Liz Crowe is many things – a paediatric social worker, a PhD student, renowned presenter -but first and foremost she is a mother. In this talk she introduces us to the concept of resilience and asks us to take a really hard look at how we treat children. Are we wrapping them up in cotton wool, hiding them away from some of life’s harsh realities?

 

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