WHAT: The Resilience Project Workshop Event
HOST: The Resilience Project Founder Hugh van Cuylenberg
WHEN: 6:30pm – 8:00pm, TONIGHT Tuesday 25 May 2021
WHERE: JUST MOVED TO – Arts Centre Auditorium, Canterbury College
NOW Use Entrance B via Easterly Street, Waterford
– Plenty Of Onsite Parking
WHO: For ALL ELC-12 Canterbury Parents & Past Students
RSVPs EXTENDED: By 5:00pm, TODAY Tuesday 25 May 2021
Please RSVP via Humanitix using this weblink – https://events.humanitix.com/the-resilience-project

The Resilience Project is designed to teach positive mental health strategies to enable people to become more happy…

The Resilience Project encourages students to show resilience by building empathy, gratitude, mindfulness and emotional literacy.

Parents will be introduced to these four pillars of resilience and given strategies on how to use these pillars to encourage social and emotional regulation at home.

The session will be presented by Hugh van Cuylenberg, who studied resilience and wellbeing at a postgraduate level.

Hugh is the founder of The Resilience Project and has worked with over 500 schools Australia wide.

As a published author, Hugh will share his own story of resilience, and explain to parents how our College is implementing The Resilience Project to build positive mental health outcomes.

Come join us for this valuable workshop evening TONIGHT!

For more information, please visit the website – www.TheResilienceProject.com.au