Welcome to MacKillop Seasons
MacKillop Seasons evidence-based programs build knowledge and capacity of professionals to provide a safe space for children, young people and adults to learn knowledge, skills and attitudes to understand and respond to experiences of change, loss and grief. We help build the wellbeing and resilience of schools and communities following adversity.
Stormbirds helps children recover after 2022 Eugowra floods
St Joseph’s Primary School invited us to capture their reflections on the Eugowra floods and how Stormbirds has assisted in the road to recovery.
Introducing MacKillop Seasons
We are excited to launch MacKillop Seasons, a new brand developed by MacKillop Family Services to deliver the renowned Seasons for Growth suite of programs
Programs and Services
Seasons for Growth Children & Young People's program
Empowering children and young people with the skills to strengthen their emotional wellbeing and resilience following experiences of change, loss and grief.
Helping children and young people learn how natural disasters impact their lives and teaching them skills to adapt and recover.
Seasons for Healing
Supporting Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander adults to manage complex experiences of grief, loss and change.
Knowing there are people who continue to support them beyond the immediate crisis is critical for developing resilience and feeling positive about the future.
Professor Anne Graham AO, Director of the Centre for Children and Young People, Southern Cross University
Learn about our programs that support children, young people and adults to process their experiences of change and loss in a safe space.
Purchase our training resources and access free resources that promote strategies to respond well to change, loss and grief.
Facilitate our programs
Find out how you can facilitate our MacKillop Seasons programs to support children, young people and adults respond well to change, loss and grief.
MacKillop Family Services acknowledges Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people as Australia’s First Peoples and as the Traditional Owners and Custodians of the land on which we live, work and play. We pay our deep respects to Elders past, present and emerging, and acknowledge all Aboriginal children, young people, families and staff who are a part of MacKillop Seasons, and our parent organisation, MacKillop Family Services. We embrace and commit to the spirit and work of self-determination and reconciliation.