|Psychological resilience is defined by flexibility in response to changing situational demands, and the ability to bounce back from negative emotional experiences. Psychological resilience is a dynamic process whereby individuals exhibit positive behavioral adaptation when they encounter significant adversity, trauma, tragedy, threats, or even significant sources of stress. Psychological Resilience also comes from supportive relationships with parents, peers and others, as well as cultural beliefs and traditions that help people cope with the inevitable bumps in life.
International Journal of Emergency Mental Health and Human Resilience is one of the top journals in Psychological Resilience. The journal presents an education series providing updates relevant to emergency mental health, as well as, an ongoing annotated research review of relevant papers published elsewhere thus making the Journal a unique and even more valuable reference resource.