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Our Approach

At Resilia we aim to improve the quality of life of individuals who are experiencing psychological injury or mental health issues.

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Our Team

Psychologists, Rehabilitation Counsellors & Mediators, improving the quality of life of those recovering from a workplace psychological injury

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Our Services

Resilia offers a full range psychological rehabilitation services for individuals, workplaces as well as teams of employees.

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Resilient Me

Digital Platform

The Resilient Me Digital Platform is an online employee wellbeing program for those who have lodged a psychological injury claim or experiencing a mental health set back. This specialised program gives workers remote access to content that supports recovery, prevents relapse, and builds job seeking capabilities.

No matter where a worker is at in their recovery journey, the Resilient Me Digital Platform has wealth of resources to support them. 


Resilient Me
1:1 Coaching Program

A 1:1 coaching program built on the foundations of positive psychology aids employees in developing coping skills to enhance recovery, improve motivation and build their overall sense of wellbeing to recovery from psychological injury or a mental health set back.



  • Supporting sustainable work for neurodiverse employees with ADHD

    In Australia, ADHD affects approximately one in 20 people [1]. ADHD can go undiagnosed in childhood and adult presentations may differ from childhood presentations of ADHD. Adults with ADHD may experience challenges with memory, organisational capacity and abilities, concentration and focus, and emotional regulation and social communication (these presentations can vary in every individual). However, people with ADHD can also possess certain strengths such as creativity, innovation, and intrinsic motivation, which can be further developed with the right support. 

    March 3, 2023
  • Managing neurodiverse employees

    When neurodiverse employees thrive and obtain high performance, it is often due to their differences and behaviours being well understood and accepted within their organisations. It also occurs when supportive leaders work with the individual to identify their strengths, weaving these into the job design of their role. Where organisations have put appropriate support measures in place, neurodiverse individuals prove to be comparable to neurotypical employees in work quality, efficiency and productivity and in some cases exceed their neurotypical counterparts in innovation.

    February 17, 2023
  • Addressing psychosocial risks to support return to good work

    Returning to and recovering at work is an important part of rehabilitation following a psychological injury. It helps with recovery, prevents relapse, and provides individuals with appropriate social connections and support mechanisms. However, when an employee returns to work, following a psychological injury, working environments must be safe and free from psychological harm to prevent further risk to their mental health and wellbeing. 

    February 8, 2023
  • When psychological injury claims become “stuck”

    Psychological injury claims are a major concern for Australian workplaces. By their very nature, they are a complex, costly, and multifaceted process that involves the interaction of the individual, organisation, and system working together to influence a worker’s recovery and the durability of their return to work. 

    January 27, 2023
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