Various studies have shown ties between different types of self-efficacy and resilient behaviors. The belief in one's ability to manage anticipated work-family conflict is a recent studied type of self-efficacy. This self-efficacy has been found to be a central key of young people's career development. However, it has been examined mainly among normal developed participants. The current chapter discusses the concept of anticipated work-family conflict management self - efficacy, presents results from a study conducted on deaf young adults and offers suggestions for intervention directed for the enhancement of this type of self-efficacy among deaf people.