Mindfulness Counselling and Psychology in Perth, WA.
How can Mindfulness help me?
There are a range of issues you may be experiencing, that Mindfulness Perth can help you manage.
- Chronic sadness/unhappiness
- Anxiety, worrying, panic attacks, shyness
- Obsessive-compulsive disorder
- Work stress
- Low self-esteem/confidence
- Personal dissatisfaction/emptiness/sense of meaninglessness
- Lack of assertiveness
- Personal development/direction
- Sense of numbness emotionally
- Mid-life unrest
- Eating disorders
- Profound grief/loss
- Palliative care support
- Long-term health concerns
Please refer to the Articles section for further information about these client issues.
Mindfulness Perth practice a range of therapy/counselling techniques including:
- Cognitive-behavioural therapy Read more >
- Mindfulness-based cognitive therapy Read more >
- Mindfulness-based stress reduction Read more >
- Mindfulness therapy Read more >
- Meditation/relaxation therapy
- Insight psychotherapy
- Eckhart Tolle inspired life skills
Contact Mindfulness Perth
Tel: 0497 289 817
Start Your Mindfulness Journey
Fremantle Practice | 16 Wesley Street, South Fremantle. WA 6162
Contact Mindfulness Perth to ask a question or arrange a consultation.
Penelope is a Medicare accredited specialist under the Medicare Better Access Scheme. This means that if you are referred by your G.P, you can receive the maximum Medicare rebate that is offered for up to 10 sessions per year. At the present time, it’s $124.50 per session. Other clients who have private health insurance can receive rebates through their private health fund.
About Mindfulness Perth
Mindfulness Perth is a private clinical psychology and counselling practice established and run by Penelope Lane, a Clinical Psychologist and Mindfulness Practitioner with 30 years experience. Mindfulness Perth is conveniently located in Fremantle.
Research studies have consistently shown that the presence/behaviour of the therapist, that is, how deeply they are listening to and connecting with their client, and how much they understand and empathise with them, is the most crucial factor affecting the client’s healing process. In other words, the capacity of a therapist to be mindful of themselves and mindful of how they are relating to and connecting with their clients are key elements in how well the clients respond to therapy.
Given this, Penelope has been committed to her own mindfulness practice for over 25 years. She has explored the practice in Mindfulness more deeply during the last three years, attending mindfulness/meditation retreats and conferences around the world. The most recent was in Boston, U.S.A. where she attended a personal 6 week silent Mindfulness retreat at the Insight Meditation Society, Forrest Refuge. This centre was established in the 70’s by world renowned meditation teachers, Joseph Goldstein and Sharon Salzburg. Penelope found this retreat to be a humbling and sometimes harrowing adventure, and most importantly, ultimately healing. Her daily mindfulness practice has deepened, and her moment by moment experiences of life have been enriched.
Penelope creates a warm, caring, empathic, engaged, respectful, and non-judgemental mindful presence when working with her clients. This allows for the best opportunities to develop your own inner strength, and make key long-term personal changes. She has a mature sense of compassion, intuition and wisdom, with a deep understanding of what it means to live in the world we do – with it’s suffering, challenges, opportunities and joys.
Penelope has a unique ability to work out what’s really going on for her clients, and the expertise to know which treatment strategies are best suited for them. Most importantly of all, her inner flexibility as well as her honest, joyous and heart-felt approach to life means the sessions are dynamic, practical, reassuring, and quite often full of moments of laughter.