life skills & confidence group

This ongoing weekly workshop aims to give boys a better understanding of their own uniqueness while also providing insight into how they can best relate to the world around them. Energized by fun, meaningful activities these sessions will show boys how to live with greater purpose and direction as they face life's adventures. For boys ages 12-17.

We are holding a FREE session on Tuesday, November 28 from 5:30-7:00pm. Follow the registration link below to secure a spot for your son!

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Enrollment is on a monthly basis ($110 for 4 sessions) but you can join at any time for prorated cost. Workshops are held Tuesdays from 5:30-6:30pm. Follow this link to sign up today: Registration

  • Truth vs. perception
  • Emotional intelligence
  • Building confidence
  • Respect & chivalry
  • Self-talk & motivation
  • Developing hobbies & interests
  • Pay it forward
  • Powerful choice
  • Above peer pressure
  • Conquering fears
  • Overcoming media influences
  • True strength (it's all mental)

The workshops below are currently only available to pre-existing groups of 10 or more boys. No individual registration is available. Find pricing here: group prices

boys unplugged

Our Unplugged workshop encourages boys to avoid/drop the media compulsions towards video games, cell phones, "social" media, television, explicit content, and more. We discuss the usefulness of technology as a tool and for limited entertainment, and provide practical tips on how boys can be masters of their own use of time and technology.


  • Virtual reality is not reality
  • Information overload
  • Tech time management
  • Safe cyberspace navigation
  • Choosing to UNPLUG



We also offer a Hit the Switch seminar for parents which provides ideas, tools and resources to parents who wish to more effectively moderate the use of technology and the influence of media in their homes.

  • What's it all about?
  • Protect & prevent
  • Setting limits
  • Danger zone
  • Talk about it!