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Wendy passionately advocates for frank and open conversations about grief.

Wendy provides professional insights and social commentary to radio, print and television outlets, including Marie Claire, MiNDFOOD, ABC Radio and ABC TV. She also features in award-winning books about grief and traumatic loss by Leigh Sales and Indira Naidoo. 

An intuitive and engaging speaker, Wendy provides customised supervision, training and consultation in-person or online. She works with public and private sector organisations, including NSW Health, NSW Police, NSW Ambulance, NSW Law Society, Australian Psychological Society and Converge International. She has a special interest in ambiguous and traumatic loss and works closely with Missing Persons Advocacy Network.


Wendy is committed to making quality grief information accessible and collaborates with another grief counsellor to offer a range of live and on-demand grief webinars that have been watched by thousands around the world. 

Whether she is supporting clients, collaborating with organisations or speaking at events, Wendy’s approach is always the same:

She promotes discussions between individuals and communities about how we die, the impact of loss and how an awareness of our mortality helps us find greater meaning in our everyday lives.​

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I want loss to be less lonely and grief to be understood as normal, nuanced, and enduring; we grieve, and we live.


For over 20 years, I have been working with individuals and communities to talk about what matters the most: how we live and how we die

I provide tailored training and consultation to public and private sector organisations, including NSW Health, NSW Police, NSW Ambulance, NSW Law Society, Australian Psychological Society, Converge International, and Mito Foundation. This includes theories and techniques for supporting people following a crisis or a death, and how to look after ourselves in the aftermath.


Contact Wendy to discuss your training, events and media needs.



Wendy is dedicated to sharing her knowledge and clinical experience. She offers expert consultation, supervision, and training to professionals and organisations seeking to upgrade their skills and confidence in the field of loss..


As a public advocate for conversations about dying and death, she also speaks at conferences, live events, and to media about the reality and complexities of grief. 


Whether she is supporting clients or collaborating with organisations, Wendy’s approach is the same:

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Wendy presented at our staff conference on ‘Managing Grief and Loss’ to approximately 300 counsellors, and we had such wonderful feedback, including –

“Wendy was exceptional…she gifted me so much professionally and personally”.

"Wendy’s beautiful, melodious voice, combined with her exceptional clinical knowledge, experience and humility spoke to us all."

"We took away a meaningful and incredibly helpful approach to working with clients, as well as beautiful learnings on how we can manage grief and loss in our own lives. Thank you Wendy!"


Thank you so much again for your wonderful session.

Cate Page

Executive Director People Assist 


Wendy and I have spoken about gruesome and distressing topics and yet the atmosphere is utterly life-affirming. Wendy's wisdom and her grasp on what's important are extraordinary. Meeting her is memorable and thought-provoking.

Leigh Sales

Author and ABC Journalist


Thank you again for presenting for us. We have received a lot of positive feedback about your presentation. Stemming from this, the Law Society of NSW’s President will be writing an opinion piece for Lawyer’s Weekly where she talks about grief and why it is a relevant topic for solicitors. 


Personally, I have been hearing from solicitors about the ways your presentation resonated with them, and I have been reminded of the different forms that grief can take and the various triggers to the grieving experience.


Wendy, I'm so impressed with your work and really thankful for your generosity in working with us. 

Miriam Wyzenbeek
Wellbeing Coordinator

Thank you so much for presenting for the mito community today. It was really fantastic to have your expertise shared with the mito community on a really important topic. 


I know how beneficial the talk was for those that joined us today, a few of whom have lost children to the disease in the last year, and a few who are at the end of life stage themselves. 

Felicity Hale

Family Services Officer


All fees are in Australian Dollars


Clinical Supervision

$253 (inc. GST) for 60 minute session

Group Supervision

Price on request


Contact Wendy directly to discuss training, consulting, and public speaking engagements

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