Attachment and resilience as determinants of the health of children and young adolescents from the point of view of gestalt psychotherapy

In the time we live in, a time of rapid change, the health and quality of life of children and adolescents are directly related to the ability of creative adaptability in highly stressful circumstances (on the one hand rapid social change and uncertainty, and on the other inevitable contradictions). basic development goal in this development period), so resilience imposes itself as one of the most important skills necessary for life in the 21st century. Resilience capacity is a type of protective process through which children and adolescents make healthy contact with the environment and themselves, which leads to a positive health outcome. The dual commitment to parents and the quality of school life and the presentation of protective factors that affect the process of developing resilience, and thus preserving the health of children and youth, were confirmed.