At some point or another, we will all be brought to our knees. Divorce, parenting challenges, job loss, financial crises, breakups, illnesses ... these are all part of the human story.
We provide resilience-building resources for families, trusted advisors, and schools so that everyone can learn the skills they need to overcome life's inevitable obstacles and become stronger, happier versions of themselves.
We help trusted advisors build deeper relationships with their clients. We do this by providing a content library, email sequences and eCourses that position trusted advisors as sources of resilience-building tools that strengthen individuals and family units.Learn More
The secret to raising resilient kids is this: nurture their self-esteem and train their self-efficacy. Parents who use our toolkit raise self-aware, emotionally intelligent, empowered kids. In other words, we help parents raise resilient kids. In the process, parents build their own resilience, deepen their connections with their kids, and strengthen their family units.Learn More
Yes, your kids will be okay. In fact, they will thrive! Our toolkit for divorcing parents teaches you and your children skills that allow you to use the experience of divorce to grow stronger and closer. Furthermore, these skills will serve you far beyond the divorce by helping you use future challenges as catalysts for growth and, ultimately, happiness.Learn More
We make it easy for schools to deliver evidence-based resilience training to their entire communities, including parents, without having to train instructors or reorganize schedules. We do this by providing a content library, email sequences and eCourses that unite the entire school community around weekly skill-building conversation topics that can be had in the classroom, on the athletic field, and at the dinner table. We think resilience should be taught in schools. Now it can be.Learn More
Resilient families are aligned around shared values, vision and stories of strength, creativity, growth and resilience. Taking the time to document your family legacy provides a means of transmitting your family’s collective wisdom to future generations. It also allows for realignment and repair in those areas where family cohesion and communication have broken down.Coming Soon
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The skills we teach are based on nearly two decades of research with the Duke Clinical Research Institute. Kristin MacDermott, founder of the MacDermott Method, has used these tools when working with police forces, the Navy SEALs, in hospitals, on university campuses, in corporate board rooms, in high school classrooms, and with organizations that mentor at-risk children.