Programs and Training

Our programs are designed to help children, young people and adults understand and attend well to their grief following change and loss experiences. Our flagship program is ‘Seasons for Growth’ which has several different versions available for children, young people and adults.

Who is a Companion?

Companions are trained and accredited adult facilitators who offer Good Grief's programs to children, young people and adults in a wide range of school and community settings. They accompany participants on their learning journey.


Train to become a Companion

Get involved ... to facilitate the Seasons for Growth program, you must be an accredited Companion. The first step is to undertake a two-day training workshop, available nationally.  


Seasons for Growth

Focuses on strengthening the social and emotional wellbeing of children, young people and adults following significant change and loss in their lives. These are our most successful and recognised programs.



Seasons for Healing

Supporting Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people in a culturally appropriate way as they learn about the often-complex experience of grief, loss and change.



Stormbirds is an education program that provides the opportunity for children and young people to learn about how natural disasters such as bushfires, floods, cyclones and earthquakes can impact on their lives.