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Introduction to the course

In this introduction video, Lizanne Schweren explains what the course is about and what you will do. Furthermore, you will receive answers to questions such as: Why are young people …

Help for Tom and Paul

Finally, Tina Kretschmer explains what kind of help Tom and Paul need to make sure that they, hopefully, will stop showing antisocial behaviour.

When is someone addicted to alcohol?

To answer this question, you can find some questions below about drinking alcohol. When you answer yes to these questions two or more times, this is a signal that you …

Summary of how to build resilience

In this module you have learned that you can increase your resilience in different ways. In this video, Anne-Laura van Harmelen provides you with a short summary.

Vlog of a psychiatrist

It is important to know that sometimes you will not be able to solve your problems yourself. In that case it is important to seek help. In this video, a …

Talking about your feelings

When you have experienced something negative or are feeling bad, please do not try to solve your problems on your own. Talk about it with someone you trust! In this …

Undertake action

In the previous steps you learned which tools can improve your resilience. It is important that for all of these tools you need to take action. In this video Anne-Laura …

Tools to increase your resilience

In the previous video you learned which character traits can help increase your resilience. Still, even when you do not possess these character traits, because you worry a lot or …

Diary entries: what helped?

You have just learned about the skills and tools that can increase your resilience. In this video, three young people read from their diaries again. This time it about which …

Diary entries

When having experienced something negative, writing about it can help you process it. In this video three adolescents read from their diaries about some bad things they experienced.

More on resilience

Many young people will experience multiple stressful events. As a result of those, some develop psychological problems and some don’t. In this video Anne-Laura van Harmelen explains that this is …
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