Building Peace & Resilience in Disaster Affected Communities

This program is specifically designed to help people with symptoms of stress and trauma to reclaim their lives and create greater control over their emotional equilibrium after living through a natural disaster such as floods or fires. Based on the latest research into neuroplasticity and epigenetics.

About the Workshop

Drawing on an understanding of trauma and its effect on the brain, participants will learn practical skills and tools which bring relief to a troubled body, mind and spirit. Throughout the program participants will explore and experience methods to use in everyday life for healing the nervous system and managing the mind and emotions.

Workshop Dates

Custom workshops are tailored to suit you

Workshop Fees

Based on your requirements


Quest for Life Centre, Bundanoon OR a venue of your choice


  • Learn a simple, practical framework for understanding and managing the complexity of PTS symptoms
  • Leave with a toolkit of strategies and practical skills to help restore their emotional equilibrium
  • Have a much deeper understanding of themselves and others
  • Feel a new confidence in their ability and skill to embrace life’s challenges
  • Feel optimistic, empowered and capable
  • Have a greater appreciation of their story and their potential to heal
  • Be able to respond to situations rather than react.


  • Highly motivated to implement strategies for self-care
  • Excited, rather than overwhelmed by life
  • Deeper understanding of neuroplasticity and the brain’s ability to change
  • Equipped with tools and strategies for remaining calm during change or turbulence
  • A greater respect for an individual’s ‘story’
  • Feeling empowered in difficult circumstances

You will be nurtured, nourished and restored with the confidence to embrace your life again.

Enquire or book into this workshop

You can call between 9.30am-4.30pm Monday to Friday on 1300 941 488 to speak to a Program Advisor or complete the form below and we will be in contact.

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