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date: 01 March 2021

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  • Roberta R. GreeneRoberta R. GreeneUniversity of Texas at Austin

Summary

Building on an ecological perspective, the risk and resilience approach to practice stems from empirically based knowledge of human behavior and contributes to the profession's strengths based philosophy. The approach is suitable for diverse individuals across the life course and applicable to systems of all sizes. As an emerging theory, it is increasingly used to inform intervention models.

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