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Attitudinal Healing Western Australia (Inc.) (AHWA) is an independent, not for profit, community service organisation registered as an Association under the Western Australian Associations Incorporation Act, 1987.

Attitudinal Healing Western Australia Mission Statement

Our mission is to provide educational and support services to the community in the greater Perth metropolitan area of Western Australia, using the Principles of Attitudinal Healing.

History of AHWA — Perth, Western Australia

Attitudinal Healing Western Australia (AHWA) was established in May 2010, separating from the Perth based Centre for Attitudinal Healing, to focus more exclusively on providing Attitudinal Healing education, training, support groups and programmes in the greater Perth metropolitan area of Western Australia.

The programmes are based on the principles of Attitudinal Healing and seek to assist individuals to choose and direct their lives in ways that give meaning and bring fulfilment to their relationships and life situations.

The programmes are mainly delivered from Attitudinal Healing Western Australia’s premises at 6 Hickey Street, Ardross, located in the greater Perth metropolitan area, although some are provided in other venues as appropriate.

Attitudinal Healing programmes are open to people from all traditions and cultural beliefs. They are offered in a supportive environment and allow participants to discover that as we learn to change our attitudes and change our minds, we change our lives.

Attitudinal Healing Western Australia is a volunteer organization and depends solely on the work and efforts of its members and volunteer friends. There are no paid positions. Membership of AHWA is open to all who are interested in living, and promoting, the benefits of Attitudinal Healing.

Attitudinal Healing Western Australia is affiliated with Attitudinal Healing International which was founded by Diane Cirincione and Jerry Jampolsky. Jerry was the founder of Attitudinal Healing and is a psychiatrist and author of a number of best selling books on Attitudinal Healing. These are available from the resources link of our website.

We welcome your support and attendance at any of our programmes!

AHWA Management Committee

The Management Committee is elected by AHWA members at the Annual  General  Meeting. Office bearers are elected for three year terms and the Management Committee members for one year terms.
The current Management Committee and Office Bearers are as follows: 

Office Bearers

Chair

Benny Reuben. Benny has been involved with Attitudinal Healing for many years and was the President of The Centre for Attitudinal Healing in Perth between 2006 and 2010. He is Managing Director of Textile Traders, a business he started over 25 years ago.

Deputy Chair

Blair Hebenton. Blair is a full time practising lawyer and is partner with a WA law firm. He has has experience and involvement with Attitudinal Healing for many years.

Treasurer

Douglas Chandler. Doug has been involved with AHWA since early 2013. He has a Diploma in Accountancy and worked as a company accountant for 25 years. He is now retired..

Secretary

Stephen Halvorsen. Steve has been involved with Attitudinal healing for many years and is a past Treasurer of The Centre for Attitudinal Healing in Perth. He is a professional engineer with over 30year's experience in construction and project management and currently works as a consultant in those fields.

Programs Coordinator

Patricia Halvorsen. Trish is a trained educator and facilitator. She has been involved in Attitudinal Healing as a student, facilitator and presenter for the last 20 years. She has over 20 year's experience as a teacher and early childhood Advisor. Her experience ranges from Early Childhood and Primary teaching through to facilitating personal development courses in Adult Education.


Management Committee Members

Douglas Chandler. Doug has been involved with AHWA since early 2013. He has a Diploma in Accountancy and worked as a company accountant for 25 years. He is now retired.

Lyndel Hebenton Lyndel has been involved with Attitudinal Healing for many years, over 15 of these as a facilitator. As a trained nurse, she has many year’s of diverse experience, including 2 years in Turkey.

Judith Reuben. Judith has been involved in Attitudinal Healing for 20 years and was the Treasurer for The Centre for Attitudinal Healing for 12 years. She is a qualified pharmacist, has professional training in healthcare and is a partner in the family business Textile Traders.


Membership

Everyone is welcome to join! Enjoy the benefits of regular updates about courses, retreats and planned programs. To become a member, simply fill out a membership application form and post or email to the address on the form.