This mental health recovery series seeks to meet the current moment with its continued uncertainty, exhaustion and other ongoing reverberations of the COVID19 pandemic. The webinar content has been designed in response to issues raised by staff in a variety of organisations over the past six months to provide evidence-based strategies and tools that support ongoing wellbeing and resilience.

All webinars go for one hour and are delivered online with time for questions and answers from participants.

Session 1 |Pandemic Recovery – Managing Stress and Burnout (completed 4 August)

Ongoing stress and anxiety are common experiences impacting many of us right now, but the human body was not built for chronic stress. Chronic stress is implicated in burnout and many other poor physical and mental health outcomes. This workshop is based on polyvagal theory with activities that allow participants to learn to navigate and change their own personal stress responses, ‘hacking’ their nervous systems for increased vitality and better, more intentional stress management.


  • The physiology of stress
  • ‘Good’ versus ‘bad’ stress
  • Anxiety, stress or burnout?
  • Nervous system responses and remedies

Delegates will:

  • Understand how stress impacts wellbeing
  • Learn strategies and tools they can individually tailor to
    increase their wellbeing for better stress management

Session 2 | Post-Pandemic Resilience  (completed 13 September)

What does resilience mean in a post-pandemic world? After two and a half years of the pandemic, our collective capacity is low, and we are still experiencing ongoing uncertainty. This one-hour webinar gives you tools and strategies for building resilience and increasing coping.


  • What is resilience?
  • Recognising roadblocks to resilience and how to overcome them
  • Strategies to build resilience

Delegates will:

  • Reflect on their personal resilience
  • Learn tools and strategies to build resilience and coping skills

Session 3 |Psychological Safety – Fostering a Psychologically Safe Workplace (completed 18 October)

Against the backdrop of pandemic recovery, keeping our teams psychologically healthy and functioning is key. Psychologically safe workplaces allow team members to have difficult conversations, admit mistakes and learn and grow creating stronger, more resilient and more creative teams.


  • What is psychological safety and why is it important?
  • Can you bring your whole self to work?
  • What gets in the way
  • How we can all take action to create a psychologically safe workplace

Delegates will:

  • Be able to understand the concept of psychological safety and how it plays out in the workplace.
  • Know the barriers to psychological safety
  • Develop strategies for increasing psychological safety

Session 4 |Mindfulness for People Who Hate Meditating (completed 29 November)

In the context of living through challenging moments in history, we all need tools that help and support us. Mindfulness is not just a buzzword but an evidence-based intervention that supports wellbeing, stress management, emotional regulation and interpersonal relationships. This webinar teaches trauma-informed mindfulness techniques that are easy, fun and useful and is perfect for people who hate the idea of meditating and have not enjoyed mindfulness practice in the past.


  • What is mindfulness?
  • Mindfulness versus meditation
  • What the science says
  • Different mindfulness techniques

Delegates will:

  • Learn the science and benefits of mindfulness
  • Learn which mindfulness tools to apply in different situations
  • Create their own mindfulness plan



Learn about our speakers

Liana Busoli


Liana Busoli is an experienced psychotherapist, consultant and trainer with a particular interest in trauma, vicarious trauma, and staff burnout. She has a Master of Counselling (UQ) and is a member of the Australian Counselling Association. Liana’s work is informed by the latest psychological research, neurobiology and best practice trauma work. She has provided training to a wide variety of organisations including government agencies, education providers, community services, health services, not-for-profits, private businesses and more. Liana gives people and organisations the support, tools, and education they need to improve their mental health and wellbeing and live bigger, richer and fuller lives.

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Session 1: Completed 4 August
Session 2: Completed 13 September
Session 3: Tuesday 18 October
Session 4: Tuesday 29 November

10:00am - 11:00am (Adelaide Time)

Each session includes a digital workbook and resources

Online (interactive webinar)

Remaining 2 sessions:
Personal Member: $30
State Government: $60
Corporate Member: $60
Non-Member: $110

Individual Sessions:
Personal Member: $15
State Government: $30
Corporate Member: $30
Non-Member: $55