Your Life Matters

This 1 or 2-day workshop is for communities, organisations, carers or anyone feeling the effects of stress due to natural disasters, overwhelming grief, depression, loss or trauma. Participants learn ways to live well in challenging circumstances.

About the Workshop

Participants learn ways to build resilience and emotional intelligence and learn practical tools, strategies and skills to live well in challenging circumstances. Explore how to create inner peace, manage feelings better and easily incorporate relaxation into everyday life.

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


  • 4 key principles of resilience and peace of mind
  • Relaxation and visualisation as practical and effective tools for challenging circumstances
  • Symptoms of stress and what helps
  • Meditation and mindfulness as a foundation for living
  • Moving from reaction to response
  • How to manage emotions and recognise burnout and to identify what helps
  • Regulating our emotions (day 2)
  • Language of reaction and response (day 2)

Expected outcomes

  • 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.

What attendees have said…

So refreshing, breathtaking, positive and HELPFUL. Carmel, Narrabri

Your Life Matters workshops are AWESOME!! – Don, Warren

This is the most beneficial workshop I’ve done in years. Petrea is absolutely inspirational. Barbara, Coonamble

Everyone in our communities need this – Kate, Warren

Everyone has struggles, we live in a harsh environment. This workshop really helps. These are skills for life – a better life where you bring your best self. – Lee, Coonamble

Do yourself a favour! Try and go. Suzanne, Coonamble

Funding Options for Residential Programs


Quest subsidises all privately or self-funded places to ensure the cost of our programs remains affordable to individuals. This allows us to reduce the fee from $4,400 to $2,800.

$2,200 Shared room (Early bird* $2,100 – must be paid 30 days in advance)
$2,800 Single room (Early bird* $2,700 – must be paid 30 days in advance)

Fees effective 1 July 2023.

Subsidies and Financial Help

Through generous grants, donations and fundraising, additional subsidies and financial help is available for a range of circumstances and anyone experiencing financial stress will be considered. We review each case individually and we do not means test. All applications are conducted via phone with a friendly member of the Programs intake team.


Quest is a registered NDIS Provider. Residential Programs can be funded through plan-managed and self-managed NDIS plans.


We work with Department of Veteran Affairs (DVA) White Card or Gold Card holders to make applications to the DVA Health Approvals Board.

Worker’s Comp Insurance

Residential programs can be covered by workers compensation insurance on a case-by-case basis.

Call our Programs Advisers Today
1300 941 488