Resilience processes for children are more likely when …
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- The child has a secure attachment with their at-home caregiver
- The environment during the parent’s incarceration is safe, stable, and includes educational stimulation for the child
- Adults tell the child about the parent’s incarceration in a supportive manner
- The child has positive visit experiences with their incarcerated parent
- Coparents of the child work together to support the child
Arditti, J. A., & Johnson, E. I. (2022). A family resilience agenda for understanding and responding to parental incarceration. American Psychologist, 77(1), 56–70. https://doi.org/10.1037/amp0000687