Family resilience programs

Resilience for Life
Everest Base Camp

13 days

The ultimate resilience development program. Trek to Everest Base Camp with our world-class facilitators and guides. Learn resilience building tools and techniques and the secrets of high-performing teams along the way. Includes return helicopter flights from Kathmandu to and from the mountains.

Families at Cradle Mountain

Resilience for Families
Cradle Mountain, Tasmania

4 days, 3 nights

Resilience For Families Cradle Mountain is perfect for people short on time, but big on helping their family cope with life’s challenges.

You just want your child to be happy.

It’s one wish every loving parent makes when those challenging teenager years roll around.

Helping your child build their resilience can make it happen. Because resilience training for teenagers improves their mental health. It helps them cope when life gets tough.

The Resilience Builders Family Programs are held both nationally and internationally and will teach them lifelong skills in a healthy, positive (and frankly awesome) environment.

Your child will learn:

  • Ways to cope with anxiety
  • How to build their self-esteem
  • Health and wellbeing strategies
  • How to find resilience

Want to find out more about how we can help? Arrange a free discovery session to see how we can tailor a program to suit your family.

The best part of the program? You'll grow closer every day.

How we build resilient teenagers
(and families)

The key is to teach them coping skills before life gets tough. Resilience helps avoid the impacts of low self-esteem, anxiety, and depression. Resilience For Teenagers works because we ask something of you and your child. Here are our five ‘must-haves’ for building resilience.


You’ll commit some time and effort in the lead-up to your program. This improves the likelihood of success for you and your child.


You won’t know the outcome of a resilience activity. Resilience loves uncertainty. It helps your teenager learn stress management techniques and healthy ways to cope with anxiety.

Perceived risk

Whether it’s physical exertion, emotional vulnerability, or perceived social standing, you and your child need to overcome this barrier blocking your progress.

New environment

It’s worth repeating: Resilience loves uncertainty. The outdoors has it in spades.


No mobile phones, no laptops, no Wi-Fi. Your child will live in the moment.

Doesn’t that sound refreshing?

Life will get tough. Prepare your kids with the skills to cope.

Free discovery session.

A discovery session with a world-class facilitator will explore the challenges you and your family face and figure out the best ways to overcome them. A session runs for about 30 minutes and can be done over the phone, via video conference, or face-to-face.

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