Building Resilience


Create a more resilient workplace.


Life is never straightforward or without challenges. As Australians we are constantly battling the elements, facing bushfires, drought, and floods. Now on top of this, we are dealing with the pressure of a global pandemic, and the subsequent economic hardship.

So, when faced with such adversity in life, how do we cope or adapt? And why do some people seem to bounce back much more quickly than others? This is due to our resilience, which is an often mentioned, but rarely defined, wide-ranging skillset that encompasses self-awareness, flexibility, determination, humour, and grit.

This workshop will provide participants with the knowledge of the types of situations that require resilience, and with the professional guidance of the presenter, it will equip them with the skills needed to navigate the adversities of life.

Learning outcomes

  • A good introduction to resilience as a concept and its benefits in modern life.
  • Awareness of events that occur at work, and in our personal lives, that require resilience to navigate effectively.
  • Strategies to assist in reflecting on challenges and formulating plans, to aide in the practical implementation of resilience in daily life
  • Knowledge of how to foster resilience in groups as well as individually

More information

Online workshop delivery

Customising for your organisation

What’s included?

Face to face options


2 hour workshop
(including 15 minutes Q/A).
Online via Microsoft Team. Conducted by our Clinical Psychologist.
Maximum participants:


Belinda Sudano

Clinical Psychologist

Belinda is a Clinical Psychologist who is passionate about helping individuals increase their awareness of their own mental health and emotional experiences, whilst equipping them with skills to manage stress, boost resilience, utilise their strengths and flourish.

She has a diverse background of experience, having worked in a range of industries providing assessment, intervention, consultation, and workshop facilitation. Belinda has a strong love of learning and a high commitment to professional development, which has seen her take on additional studies since completing her postgraduate qualification.

Belinda enjoys sharing her learning in dynamic ways; drawing on the science of strengths, wellbeing and flourishing; to help empower individuals to lead more fulfilling and engaging lives.

Belinda embraces the uniqueness of each individual and, by using evidence-based strategies, enjoys getting creative to empower them to find wellbeing strategies that best suit their unique characteristics and circumstances.

Book today and start prioritising mental health at your organisation.

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