About The Resilience Project MELBOURNE // March 2020
The Resilience Project delivers emotionally engaging programs to schools, sports clubs and businesses and provide them with evidence based, practical strategies to build resilience and happiness. The Resilience Project has delivered programs to over 750 schools around the country and worked with many elite sporting teams including Australian cricket, netball and soccer, NRL and AFL clubs. Through presentations, wellbeing journals, schools curriculum, teacher diaries and their App, The Resilience Project seeks to help all Australians become mentally healthy.
Founding Director Hugh Cuylenburg has been working in education for over 15 years. Starting out as a primary school teacher, he then moved into a position working in a secondary setting with disengaged adolescents. The highlight of his teaching career was the year he spent in the far north of India volunteering and living at an underprivileged school in the Himalayas. It was this experience, and subsequent post graduate studies, that led him to some simple conclusions about the things that we need to be doing here in Australia if we want to be happier.
During this presentation, Hugh will share his experiences and combine them with practical strategies that can be implemented everyday to improve our overall wellbeing.
- Reserved Seating applies to this event. Seat allocations are assigned on completion of your order on a next best available seat allocation basis. Families/Groups should buy their tickets in one transaction to ensure that the party is allocated seating together.
- If you require accessibility seating please contact TICKETEBO Customer Care on 03 9005 7750 for assistance.
- Concession pricing is valid for students, pensioners and seniors card holders.
- Ticket holders who also purchase the Wellbeing Jourmal or a copy of Hugh's book - these items are available to pick up before the talk from 6:30pm or afterwards from the Merchandise desk on the Plenary concourse.
- *plus booking fee