Counselling Services Perth Team Expands Conditions Treated List

The Perth family practice offers counselling services to those experiencing personal, relationship, family and work-related difficulties, in Inglewood, Perth, Western Australia.

Inglewood WA, Australia - September 17, 2019 / / —

Energetics Institute offers counselling services Perth options to patients throughout the Inglewood, Perth region. The family practice has a welcoming, warm, non-judgemental and relaxed atmosphere. It is run by Richard Boyd and Helena Boyd who both work as Body Psychotherapists in Perth and Married for nearly 20 years, the couple has a lovely daughter together. Both principals have had a lifelong interest in psychology, healing, spirituality, religions, and the emerging body-mind sciences. The Energetics Institute embodies their knowledge and passion for Body Psychotherapy theory and practice.

The Energetics Institute offers a unique blend of Counselling, Psychotherapy and Body Psychotherapy in Perth. Richard and Helena use the principles and techniques of Integrative Body Mind Psychotherapy™ where the objective is to effectively and holistically treat the entire essence of each person and explore the depth of issues, by consciously working with and incorporating mind, emotions and body. The owners provide a professional, ethical, respectful, caring and confidential psychotherapy and counselling service to individuals, couples and groups.

Further details are available at https://www.energeticsinstitute.com.au

Body Psychotherapy goes beyond effective counselling to healing the root causes of many emotional conditions and physical illnesses. The process powerfully converts character weaknesses into high energy levels, creativity, happiness, success and pleasure. Deep and long-term positive change is the most remarkable benefit. Energetics Institute aims to help clients find happiness within themselves, so from there, they can find happiness in relationships with others.

According to Helena, speaking in a recent interview, “'Lisdoonvarna' is the brass name-plate on our circa 1915 Federation architecture residence. We are committed to providing a welcoming and quality of care, professional service within a stimulating but tranquil and respectful environment. Inside our practice, the ambience and colour and effects all combine in a positive calming way, yet at the same time the furnishings touch our unconscious with archetypes and symbols that already create the basis for facilitating change and bringing the unconscious to life.”

Contact Info:
Name: Helena Boyd
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Organization: Energetics Institute
Address: 82 Tenth Ave, Inglewood WA 6052
Phone: 0414897024
Website: https://www.energeticsinstitute.com.au/

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