Mother & Son camp
Connect, share stories, and have fun.

PREPARE YOUR SON FOR ADULTHOOD

If you have a boy who is 10-13 years old and want to take some time out together as he is entering his adolescence, our Mother Son camp is a great way to connect and create some good foundations for the teen years ahead.

Designed to support you on the journey and give you both a grounding in yourselves and your relationship, learn respectful communication, and create healthy boundaries.

“A very profound step into the unknown with my son that took us on a guided and supported journey.  I was deeply moved by what we were helped to uncover in terms of our relationship and my own personal growth.”

 

Price: $1350*
*Our Scholarship Program is for families that would love to attend one of our camps, but are experiencing financial difficulties. Ask us today about how to apply on info@ritesofpassageinstitute.org

$1350 is the total cost for both to attend and includes catering. Please understand that as the camps fill to capacity we are unable to accept your registration and secure your place without payment of the camp fees.

CAMP DATES

2023

5 - 7 May 2023

14 - 16 July 2023

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Have you missed out on attending one of our camps and would like to be notified when we have another opening or cancellation? Simply register your details below and we’ll let you know once registrations reopen.

Over the two-day camp, participants will

Develop stronger mother-son relationships and open channels of trust and communication.

Gain higher levels of respect for mothers and women to support future healthy relationships.

Increase self-esteem through positive life-changing experiences.

What participants say

“A very profound step into the unknown with my son that took us on a guided and supported journey. I was deeply moved by what we were helped to uncover in terms of our relationship and my own personal growth.”

Mother

“The program was amazing, I saw my son grow more confident, centered and happy before my eyes…

Mother

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