Scientific Event

Resilience: from the understanding model to practical applications

Prof. Marie ANAUT 

The resilience paradigm is a conceptual model that allows us to understand how individuals, families, or groups manage to overcome traumatic situations. But, beyond a model of understanding, resilience also finds its place as a reference in supporting subjects in distress with the aim of helping them find their path to reconstruction on a psychological and social level. After a review of the theoretical foundations of resilience, we will discuss its applications in practical fields, proposing courses of action with reference to this model. Nowadays, the resilience approach concerns many areas: psycho-trauma, specialized education, social work, health, disability sectors, etc.  

Day 4


21 October

9.00 - 10.30 Plenary Session

  • Start: 9.00
  • Duration: 45 min
  • Language: French
  • Translations: English, Italian, German

Prof. Marie ANAUT

Professor of psychology at the University of Lyon (France). Clinical psychologist and family and couples therapist. Member of the Center for Research in Psychopathology and Clinical Psychology (CRPPC-Lyon2). For many years, she has conducted research on individuals and families with traumatic life trajectories. She worked in Child Protection (A.S.E.), as a clinical psychologist. A specialist in resilience, she has published numerous books and articles in this field.