What is perfectionism and why does it drive so many of us? Margie Braunstein writes about her experiences and insight, and how perfectionists are more prone to burnout.
Julia Willoughby explains how we can have great influence over the functioning of our brain and shares her journey in staying mentally healthy.
Choosing the right words has the power to save lives as well as reduce the stigma around mental health and suicide.
Quest for Life’s Hope and Healing Tree in Bundanoon is adorned with pink, orange, purple, blue and...
Nina’s journey to inner peace – the ups and downs, expectations and realities, and how Quest’s programs have helped shape her experiences and outlook.
Quest team members Margie and Kate recently hosted empowering workshops for people living with the difficulties and challenges of rural and regional life in rural NSW.
Petrea King shares some strategies for men and women in coping with a relationship breakup or divorce.
Around 12% of Australians are likely to experience a Post-Traumatic Stress Injury in their...
Find out where your dollars go when you donate to the Quest for Life Foundation, an organisation dedicated to helping people overcome trauma and heal the past.
John shares his story of how Quest was able to help him heal from some tough life challenges and get his life back on track.
Learn why it’s important to be both a good giver and a good receiver – one cannot happen without the other, as they’re intrinsically entwined.
Quest for Life has helped thousands of people in Australian communities recover from trauma from endless natural disasters. See how we help.
Help those who have experienced trauma access life-changing care and find hope, healing and peace.
Petrea King shares some supportive and meaningful insights into what to say and do when someone you care about is diagnosed with cancer or a serious disease.
Margie Braunstein teaches how to ease anxiety so we can learn to befriend it, rather than resist it, enabling us to find freedom from its debilitating effects.
Quest was delighted to welcome Ralph and Kathy Kelly to our Centre in Bundanoon this week....
Sometimes we don’t know what we think until we hear what we say.Creating a safe and supportive...
While the Lismore and Northern Rivers floods have subsided, one year on, physical and emotional...
Margie Braunstein writes about Random Acts of Kindness Day, how it came about, why it’s important...
Our Moving Beyond Trauma program assists people with post-trauma stress symptoms to reclaim their lives and bring relief to the troubled body, mind and spirit.
Petrea King writes about the biochemistry of love, what happens when we're 'in love' and ways to...
Feeling depressed, burnt-out, stressed, anxious or sad? Our Healing Your Life program can make a profound and positive difference to your life.
Someone with cancer needs support, care and concern about their fears & emotions. Learn practical ways to provide emotional support, & not a false positive.
Nearly 40 years ago today, Petrea King stood in Sydney’s Domain to take part in the first of many annual candlelight vigils for Australians who died with AIDS.
About 80 people who have lost a loved one on NSW roads shared a vision for reform and the future of support for families at the Road Trauma Support Group NSW launch.
Twenty senior police from the New England Command joined the Quest team for a Police Health and Wellbeing workshop in Armidale.
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Pamela and Ian, aged 80, moved back into their home in the Northern Rivers region in November...
John Duffy has been an active member of the Penrose Rural Fire Service (RFS) for the last eight...
A collaboration of donations, community fundraising, grants and generosity of spirit has enabled...
A new lifeline is available to Australian Federal Police Association (AFPA) members experiencing psychological distress or symptoms of PTSD.
If you are feeling anxious, overwhelmed or like you’re not managing change very effectively, it might just be time for a mindset refresh.
The importance of caring for our society’s carers is a key tenet at Quest. Our tailormade carer workshops aim to empower this vital group.
The word burnout has become a bit of a buzzword of our times. But what is it? And is it happening to us more than it used to?
Do you feel like you have butterflies in your stomach? Is your heart rate way too high? Do you...
If there’s one thing veteran paramedic Chris Henning wants you to remember, it’s this: don’t just bottle it up when you’re feeling down.
Access to Quest’s services has been simplified for people who are NDIS participants, with seven categories of registration now available for our residential programs.
Illawarra wildlife artist Renata Bruynzeel has donated a breath-taking painting to the Quest for Life Centre depicting a crackle of cockatoos.
Quest has teamed up with Jaycar Electronics to provide free massage therapy for people affected by the devastating floods in Lismore.
The day after the bushfires that devastated the NSW south coast on New Year’s Eve in 2019, John stood surveying the piles of twisted metal that were once his six sheds and their contents.
Quest team members Keri and Margie left their homes on 28 June for a drive through our magnificent countryside on their way to Coonamble for the first of four workshops in rural NSW.
Former police forensic investigator Esther Mckay has a lived experience of post-traumatic stress in the workplace after her medical retirement due to PTSD in 2001.
Margie Braunstein writes about communities she and Fiona Nixon met on their travels to Wangaratta and the Riverina, delivering Your Life Matters regional and rural workshops. Stories of joy, hope and healing.
David has a message for men struggling with mental illness or experiencing life’s Ds – despair, divorce, disaster, a diagnosis, a death, or drug dependence.
Former police officer and mental health advocate Esther McKay is encouraging current and former serving police to consider taking part in the Moving Beyond Trauma program.
The transformation of an old amenities block into the Banksia and Acacia Cottage is now complete, with an official ribbon cutting celebration held to unveil the new accommodation.
The Quest for Life Foundation has partnered with community organisations to deliver the Your Life Matters Regional Workshops in NSW and Mallacoota.
Merilyn Fowler says magic happens the the Quest for Life Foundation’s residential programs.
Yoga instructor and former police officer Kate Kilby’s dog Gidget loves to help during the light exercise sessions that form part of the Moving Beyond Trauma program.
When we hear about someone’s journey with cancer, we often hear about their illness through metaphors of war.