Psychophonetics counsellors and psychotherapists work in partnership with clients to explore their experiences, thoughts, feelings, and behaviours, to enable each person to become more self aware, orientated, empowered and resourceful in their life.
Turn your current life challenge into an opportunity for further self-development and improve your relationships
Become more consciously aware, connected and confident - overcome your fears, reactions, anger and more - by learning to use for yourself the following non-verbal ways of knowing in everyday life -
Practitioners are working in the major cities of Australia, as well as South Africa, England and Germany.
"I nearly didn't come to counselling because of the fear factor,
but when you mentioned this as an opportunity to start,
I found myself out of the chair saying yes".
TALKING ABOUT DEATH
Listen to Lea Rose
Interview with Tony Delroy - Nov 10, 2014 on ABC radio
Click here to listen to the podcast (MP3)
How we die, where we die, when we die - over the last 50 years it's all changed. It was once common place to die at home surrounded by family but, today most us will die in acute-care hospitals with all the medical staff, medication and intervention that comes with that territory. With all the changes around death, are we still talking about it?
In this Nightlife podcast we're talking about death and dying. Joining Tony in the studio is Senior Specialist in Intensive Care at John Hunter Hospital, Dr Peter Saul and psychotherapist, counsellor and author of 'Let's Talk About It' Lea Rose.