Supporting Resilience Through Creativity

Resilience. In my opinion it is one of the most used, and in equal measures, most abused words since the pandemic. From one day to the next, everything had to be resilient: people, jobs, the economy, hospitals, schools, you name it. Before Corona, you heard about resilience in the context of elite athletes suffering set-backs, trauma treatment, and maybe in the context of the economy. Maybe, if you were lucky, in some management seminar. With the lockdown, resilience shot to the top of the agenda for policy makers. If you want, and please excuse the pun, it went viral.

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