RESILIENCY PROGRAM

AGE:
COST:

18 & up

Completely FREE, Upon Application and Acceptance 

$50 registration deposit that will be given back upon arrival at Frontier Lodge

DATES:

4-Day Option

  • March 10-13

PROGRAM DESCRIPTION

Have you or anyone you know experienced job loss during the COVID-19 pandemic? We are offering a program for adults who have experienced economic and mental health hardships due to the effects of Covid. This program is intended to help participants overcome anxiety, depression, and lack of confidence. Participants will develop agency and confidence to pursue their next steps, by engaging in physically demanding adventure therapy. Participants will have the support of a psychologist and trained outdoor professionals. During their experience, participants will engage in group reflection times, one-on-one sessions with the psychologist, and career coaching workshops. The program involves getting outdoors and intentionally separating from daily life to help participants get back on their feet again.

 

We provide all of the necessary gear for participants (sleeping bags, backpacks, rain jackets, hiking boots, etc.). If you have concerns about gear please contact us. We do not want gear to be a barrier that keeps you from participating. 

PROGRAM HIGHLIGHTS

One-on-one’s with the program Psychologist

  • Career Coaching Sessions

  • Team Debriefs

  • Outdoor Programming (Hiking, Rappelling, Ice climbing,  etc.)

  • Slowing down and experiencing creation

ACCOMMODATIONS:

While at Frontier Lodge, participants will stay in cabins and will have access to facilities (showers, bathrooms, lounge, dining hall, etc.).

PHYSICAL FITNESS & MENTAL HEALTH

The application has helpful questions for you to discern if this program is a fit for you. We do not want you to be 'scared away' or intimidated by the fitness requirements. If you have any questions please contact us at bookings@frontierlodge.ca

 

This program is also not designed for individuals who have significant personality disorders or are recovering from substance addiction.