The Effect of the "I Can Be More Powerful" Program on the Resilience of Pre-School Children Under Risk: Discovery of Resilience as the First Stage
In this study, the factors affecting the resilience of children at risk of poverty were examined from an ecological perspective. The effect of the Parent-child relationship, teacher-child relationship on resilience, and the effect of the child's social competence, emotional competence, and self-concept on resilience were tested. Teachers and parents of children attending kindergarten in the five age group participated in the study. Structural equation modeling is used in the work. The analysis of the research still continues.
Keywords - Resilience, Early Childhood, Mental Health, Risk Factors, Poverty