Warrior Ethos

We work to cognitively restructure the thinking of participants to see ‘the warrior’ as a provider and protector, rather than an aggressor. The ‘warrior’ protects himself, his family and his community. As a warrior, he also provides the physical, emotional and psychological needs of his family and his community. Through role modelling and visual exposure, the Warrior Program motivates participants to acknowledge their own warrior qualities and these qualities are reinforced and rewarded within the group.