30 Years of Hope & Healing
For over 30 years, Quest for Life has been running life-giving programs and has supported over 125,000 people living with life challenges. Based on the latest research into health, healing, meditation, mindfulness, neuroscience and epigenetics, our innovative programs are delivered by a professional team of highly skilled psychologists, counsellors, therapists, educators and body practitioners.
With every program, we witness the amazing transformation of people who refuse to be defined by the physical, mental or emotional trauma in their lives. People arrive at Quest feeling broken, anxious, grief-stricken, distressed or depressed and, by the end of the week, they’re filled with joy and hope, and well on their way to healing. With the right tools, skills and strategies and a safe and healing environment, Quest makes a profound difference in people’s lives.
People on the edge of despair, fear or hopelessness are often unable to work and can’t afford to attend a program. These people include men and women who’ve experienced a life-threatening diagnosis, sexual, childhood or domestic abuse or violence, war trauma, mental anguish, grief, divorce, sudden job loss or another significant challenge.
Your support, donations and fundraising help us continue this important work.
30th Birthday Celebration
Quest celebrated our 30th year of operation with our local community and long-time supporters on 2 August 2019. Festivities included delicious morning tea, Quest birthday cake, guest speakers, tree planting and an opportunity to connect with the Quest community.
Stories of Hope and Healing
Past participants share their stories in the hope they resonate and inspire you to donate and fundraise to help others in need.
The relationship between Cancer Wellness Support (CWS) and Quest for Life began back in 2006 when our organisation was only one year old. Through one of our massage therapists, Leonie Dale, I met Eleanor Oyston and eventually the path led to Quest and meeting Petrea....
About 15 years ago, aged in my mid 30s, I found my way to Quest for Life to do a residential course there. I had left a very traumatic childhood, struggling to find some inner peace and trying to work out how to relate well to other people. Despite my best efforts...
Chris was a paramedic for 33 years. During this time, he attended many traumatic and challenging jobs. As a result, Chris felt himself becoming more and more isolated. He couldn’t sleep and would cry a lot. “I became a completely different person,” Chris said. “I was...
I was diagnosed with breast cancer in 1996 and within a couple of weeks I was loaned Petrea’s book, Spirited Women. In the book, I read about the workshops she held in the motel in Bundanoon. I found the book and then the workshop, incredibly uplifting and helpful. I...
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