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With evidence based techniques you can now
free yourself from the grip of anxiety, panic, fear
and traumatic stress.
Clinical psychologist Christopher Semmens is
Perth based and specialises in the resolution of
trauma, anxiety and panic.
In most cases rapid release from your emotional
distress can be effectively and efficiently
achieved with a multi-modal treatment approach
Has there been any...
SIGNIFICANT LOSS IN YOUR LIFE?
COGNITIVE BEHAVIOURAL THERAPY (CBT)
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KINESIOLOGY SEMINAR – How it Works & Why
Come and meet the world’s most successful and influential energetic scientist. At this seminar you will learn how a near fatal driving
accident left Dr. Krebs a quadriplegic at the age of 35 and steered him to scientifically research his own miraculous recovery and become a
world pioneer in the field of energetic healing, neuroscience and kinesiology.
Dr. Krebs has been a kinesiology practitioner since 1984 and has done extensive research into energetic science and verified the credibility
of kinesiology as a powerful and effective healing therapy. Don’t miss this opportunity to learn how and why kinesiology works from the
world’s leading authority on energetic medicine.
Please contact Nicolie O’Neill Kinesiology on 08 9330 7443 to reserve your place.
Date: Wednesday 21 September
Time: 7pm – 9.30pm
Venue: City West Function Centre
45 Plaistow Mews
City West Centre, West Perth
INFORMATION EVENING WITH DR. CHARLES KREBS
World Renowned Kinesiologist and Energetic Scientist
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