Resilience For Families– Cradle Mountain is perfect for people short on time, but big on helping their family cope with life’s challenges. Watch your child’s confidence grow as they learn proven resilience techniques in the stunning Tasmanian wilderness.
Resilience For Families is not a boot camp.
While some activities may challenge (that’s how resilience is built after all), you and your family are immersed in a positive, nurturing environment.
Together, we’ll hike through the famous Cradle Mountain National Park, returning to the comfort of Waldheim Cabins each night. Daily activities bring out the best in you and your children. Nightly reflections reinforce the day’s learning. Wellbeing coaching fast-tracks your family’s resilience.
Guided by our world-class facilitators your family learns:
Meeting at Launceston Airport early in the morning we travel to Cradle Mountain National Park. After lunch, we start our tailored resilience building activities. Overnight at Waldheim Cabins.
We hike the famous Cradle Mountain plateau to Kitchen Hut with activities and challenges along the way. Weather permitting, we’ll climb to the summit of Cradle Mountain. On return to our cabins we continue our resilience-building techniques of reflection, wellbeing and journal writing.
We continue exploring Cradle Mountain National Park, taking on whatever challenges are presented. We return to our cabins for evening reflection, wellbeing coaching and journal writing.
We make the most of our last morning with activities to reinforce what we’ve learnt, before returning to Launceston and your flight home.
David is a high-performance coach and Doctor of Exercise Physiology.
He’s worked with hundreds of elite athletes at Olympic and AFL level and has led outdoor resilience programs all over the world including family-specific programs.
His personal approach makes each person feel like they’re receiving one-on-one coaching.
In short, he gets the best out of people.
Nick is one of Australia’s leading resilience experts with decades of knowledge drawn from the world’s most extreme environments.
He’s a Mt. Everest summiteer, high-altitude mountain guide and former Victoria Police detective.
His engaging, personable (and occasionally mischievous) style helps participants retain the vital knowledge they’ll carry for life.
You’re in safe hands with Nick.
Jess holds a Master of Counselling and Bachelor of Psychological Science.
She is currently employed as a school counsellor and has completed additional skills-based training in working with people experiencing eating disorders, as well as suicide intervention skills training.
Jess is passionate about working with young people to support them in reaching their full potential.
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