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Posted by on Mar 21, 2017 in Parenting Tips, Saving Our Sons, The Quest Project, Tips for Moms | 0 comments

Good News! The Quest Project Is Coming To You

What happens when requests begin to flow in asking for The Quest Project® in other cities and towns? 

We deliver! 

I am excited to present:  The Quest Project Weekend Intensive Program  as an option for our many followers who have reached out and asked: “how can we get this program in our area?”

The Quest Project Weekend Intensive Program

A results-oriented, professionally-facilitated, transformational weekend designed specifically for at-risk adolescent boys and their parents/caregivers. Youth organizations, churches, and local treatment centers hire us to bring The Quest Project® to their community.

  • We facilitate and support the boys through a modern-day rite of passage, fostering their growth into men of integrity.
  • We bring the tools, knowledge, and guidance for the parents, caregivers, and staff in support of helping them develop a consistent, healthy environment for their boys.

Proven Results

I have facilitated The Quest Project® for over 17 years and welcomed over 2,000 boys and their parents/caregivers. Their results are measured using the Behavioral Evaluation Scale (BES- III) and show a . . .

  • 70% increase in happiness
  • 65% increase in improved interpersonal relationship skills
  • 70% increase in fear resolution
  • 50% increase in age-appropriate behavior
  • 35% increase in learning capabilities

Want To Know More?

If you are interested in bringing The Quest Project Weekend Intensive Program to your area click here!

Clayton Lessor
Clayton Lessor, PhD in education and counseling, is a Licensed Professional Counselor in private practice. He is author of “Saving Our Sons: A Parent's Guide to Preparing Boys for Success." Clay has seen over 2000 boys since 2000 and facilitated over 300 Quest Project groups. Boys attend a 10-week "boys to men program" where they and their parents will learn the tools needed to get through these turbulent teen years.
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