Resilience: a toolkit for adapting to grief, challenge and change

Grief Centre

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Who should do this course?

Anyone who works in a professional care role or supports people through all forms of loss and grief. Our content is applicable to a wide variety of professions including counsellors, social workers, funeral professionals, teachers, emergency response teams, medical, corrections, mental health, hospice, volunteers, caregivers and more.


In an ever-evolving world, resilience is a critical skill. It is not merely about bouncing back from adversity – it is about confidently navigating change. Join our webinar to discover why resilience matters more than ever, and how it empowers individuals and organisations to not just survive, but to excel, in the face of challenges and uncertainties. We’ll explore the true essence of resilience, emphasising that it’s not about ‘hardening up’ or ‘getting tough,’ but is about developing the capacity to adapt and grow amid grief and change. 

Key learning outcomes

  • Gain a broad understanding of the true essence of resilience and its vital role in your life and the lives of your clients.
  •  Learn to focus on what can be controlled to effectively manage stress and adapt in challenging situations.
  • Understand that resilience involves acknowledging and processing all emotions for healthier responses during grief and other challenging times.
  • Discover how to use the reticular active system to filter information, set goals, and cultivate a positive mindset.
  • Acquire practical techniques and strategies to boost resilience and thrive amidst grief, change and uncertainty for yourself and your clients.
  • Engage in hands-on activities that reinforce resilience concepts and enable immediate application in everyday life.

Webinar registration details

  • Access to the live webinar and recording
  • Access to a downloadable PDF handout
  • Certificate of accomplishment issued on completion of a short quiz

Certificate of accomplishment

We can provide a certificate of accomplishment for all our training courses. The requirement for receiving a certificate to confirm professional development for CPD/OPD points is as follows:

  • You must view a minimum of 80% of a recorded or live webinar workshop
  • You must complete a short quiz on the webinar content.


Q Ticket pricing

$85 plus GST for two hour live webinar, access to the recording, notes and a quiz to receive a certificate of accomplishment for CPD/OPD points.

Q Presenter: Sarah Robb

Sarah is a registered Neuro-Linguistic Master Practitioner, with a Bachelor in Psychology and a Postgraduate Diploma in Counselling. She is a counsellor and coach with her own business called ‘Spring with Sarah’ which is based in Christchurch, New Zealand and online.

Sarah is passionate about helping address trauma, particularly around grief after experiencing the sudden death of her own parents. She is motivated to educate people on a variety of different topics and thrives on helping people use life’s ongoing