Our programme focuses on issues relating specifically to teenage women. We are currently researching the most effective programme for our men. Please subscribe to our newsletter (from our Home page) and we’ll keep you posted when it is available.
As different age groups have different needs, we run two programmes: 15-18 year olds and 18-20 year olds. Our next workshop in July is for 15-18 year olds.
Absolutely. While most of the day will be technology-free, we will be exploring technology as a topic: it’s benefits and pitfalls.
Once we receive your booking, you will be emailed a contact mobile number that is manned throughout the day. We all have children and understand this concern.
Yes. It is important to be informed on the activities and discussions over the week. Please review our ‘schedule’ page for a complete list. The teenagers will also be bringing home a completed workbook as a support tool for reference.
Our next workshop will be held in Sydney. Venue TBC
100% refund is granted up until two weeks before the workshop date. Otherwise a 50% cancellation fee will be applied.
No. The Madeleine Project is non-denominational and each and every activity is based on research and evidence-based protocols. Our primary focus is on the most effective tools for achieving mental and physical health.
Comfortable clothing to engage in light physical activity and warm clothing for travelling to and from the venue. Although morning and afternoon tea is catered for, lunch is not. It is recommended that they bring lunch; however, cafes are available nearby.
TBC on the day. However, we generally serve fruit and healthy snacks for both morning and afternoon tea. Please let us know if there are any dietary requirements.
Yes. We understand that this programme is not affordable for everyone, so we offer one 80% scholarship in each workshop. All we require for you, to be considered, is a letter from the school principal recommending this programme for your child.
It is important to let us know if your child suffers from any mental health conditions and any further information we may need to be aware of. It is also important to understand this programme is not designed to replace psychological intervention or to treat mental health conditions. However, the programme is designed to offer a safe place for teenagers to explore many different tools to support them ‘in the outside world’.