What to expect?
In your initial session we will ask you to fill out a few questionnaires which will provide a baseline measure of your current situation. One of our psychologist will then meet with you to understand your current situation and discuss your needs and goals. This is important because the clearer the goals the more likely they are to be achieved.
Generally, we will recommend a schedule of appointments to help you make the most of your sessions. You will be given weekly appointments for 6 weeks at which point we will have a review of your progress and goals. We will then schedule further sessions according to your needs.
When you commit to making a change in your life you have already taken the most important and difficult step. From here on, amazing transformation starts to take place.
To help your process of learning and transformation you will be provided with a Wellness Psychology Care Plan, support letters and educational series for you to read in between sessions to help reinforce your learning and growth. You will also be given support in between sessions via phone call or email as necessary.
We look forward to meeting with you.
Change can be an amazing part of life, so why wait!
“Each second you can be reborn. Each second there can be a new beginning. It is choice. It is your choice” – Clearwater
|Remember Your Heart|
A place it seems too far to reach,
but it's a place you want to feel.
Is it a paradise by the sea?
Or a sanctuary in the trees?
“People need to feel worthy and welcome, not bent out of shape, angry, or apologetic about their existence” (Jean Leidloff, author of The Continuum Concept).
Through participating in the Presence and Connection workshop on the weekend (www.hakomi.com.au), I learned that Hakomi is a method for helping people change their way of being in the world through working with core material, the influence of this core material, and changing deep-seated unhelpful beliefs.
|Dr Joe Dispenza|
Dr Joe Dispenza is an American chiropractor who has done major studies in neurology and emotional human behaviour. He has written several book outlining the function of the brain, mind, thought patterns and beliefs.
Having the chance to see him speak at a Sydney weekend seminar was a mind blowing experience.