Welcome to Quantum Psychology
Fiona Hird has twenty years experience working with clients from an Emotionally Focused perspective, assisting thousands of clients to clearly understand their emotional states, patterns and perceptions.
Keeping up with current advancements in Neuropsychology and increasing information on Neuroplasicity Fiona has now integrated into her practice a computerised medical bio-resonance technology, which is the world latest scientific achievement. This technology allows Fiona to develop a further understanding of a client’s emotional experience.
Introducing the revolutionary New Psychological approach to counselling. Combining State of the Art Technology developed by Neuroscientists with current understanding of how our perceptions impact on our mental and physical health. This approach transforms a client’s current experience with great clarity and precision, enabling great changes to take place.
As a graduate in Psychology from Macquarie University, Fiona has created her own uniquely developed technique which allows her to narrow-down the major specific issue of the client, and to tailor-make the counselling strictly on a case-by-case basis in order to reach optimal results for each client.
Fiona is constantly being informed on issues relating to human perceptions, emotions and subsequent traumas. These issues deeply effect people’s physical state of health, everyday performance and happiness. They also influence inter-personal relationships, interactions at home, work place, private life and general well being. Fiona understands this and is committed to assisting clients to gain deep understanding of their current situation. Fiona conveys curiosity and knowing that change is possible and by working together a new way of being in the world is achievable.
In the modern age, everything is digital. Anything that a person can want to know about can be accessed by simply asking their electronic device to present them with it – be it a smartphone, computer or tablet. The world we know has changed into an artificial intelligence society, referred to as the Technological Era by scientists world-wide. Thus, as time changes, medicine and psychology must follow in its footsteps. Fiona is embracing this change and working with it to assist her to be a better practitioner in the many years to come.