What we do

Helping people manage the messy intersection between life and work


We focus on supporting people to successfully navigate major transition points, those ‘moments of truth' that have the potential to derail, but also provide opportunities for personal and organisational growth.

Today, employees don’t want to be seen as workers. They want to be seen as complex human beings with rich, full lives.

Aaron McEwan | Gartner

Leading employers trust Transitioning Well to care for their people


  • Coles & Transitioning Well
  • Seek & Transitioning Well

When we help

Successfully navigating 'moments of truth'

We focus on supporting people to successfully navigate major transition points, those ‘moments of truth' that have the potential to derail, but also provide opportunities for personal and organisational growth.

Whether it's having a baby or a career change, a promotion or a personal crisis, we help your team to manage these adjustments in a better way. In doing this, we enable people to develop enduring skills that protect their mental health and wellbeing.

“For us, our work is our passion and a privilege. We are constantly fueled by the difference we make.”

Dr Sarah Cotton & Justine Alter

News & Insights

February 13, 2024

Role Design: How to Make Work More Parent-Friendly

How to create a supportive environment for your working and returning parents.
February 11, 2024

Opinion: Businesses Have To Do More For Dads To Take Parental Leave

Dads are increasingly taking parental leave, but organisations need the scaffolding before it can be successful. 
January 16, 2024

Navigating the Transition to Daycare and School: A Guide for Working Parents

TW co-founder, Justine Alter shares her tips for parents returning to work during the 'January juggle.'

We can help your people to better manage the messy intersections between life and work.


Our psychologists use innovative, research-led practices to develop structured approaches that are tailored to the needs of every organisation.