The 21st Century is known as the age of ANXIETY. With the information age everything has speeded up to a point where sometimes an individual can feel overwhelmed and distraught. Phobias or fear can be found in flying, heights, elevators, public speaking, and many other areas of daily living. Freedom from anxiety/phobias (fear) can bring a profound change in your life.
Slow down your pace of life
Learn to breathe slowly and deeply
Find an alternative way of doing things. Come see us……………
I have had Kilpan & Associates do Immigration Reports for my clients for many years and I have found their service to be professional and expedient.
I have always been an anxious person especially around members of the opposite gender in fact very shy. My sessions with Kilpan helped me overcome my shyness and I am now in a developing relationship.
My Career was going nowhere until I did a Career Profile from Kilpan and spent several hours working on the questions posed. With their professional assistance I am now studying for new job and it’s wonderful. Thanks.
I am so grateful for the expert advice and medication management for my daughter from Kilpan & Associates. I am happy to refer people to Kilpan & Associates.
Kilpan has supplied EAP(Employee Assistance Programs) to our corporate clients for 17 years with excellent service and results.
My job just seemed overwhelming and I couldn’t cope. With 4 sessions of EAP [Employee Assistance Program] with Kilpan from my employer I have excelled and gained a promotion.
I needed to develop public speaking skills in my job and overcame my fear with sessions at Kilpan and went on to join Toastmasters as recommended. Thanks so much.
I felt like my world was imploding around me. I was depressed and going nowhere. Working with Tony literally and figuratively saved my life. From our sessions I was able to totally turn my life around in my relationships, as a parent and at work.
Until I started counselling with Kilpan & Associates in Auckland, I never really felt safe, secure or trusting enough to let my guard down and do any real work on myself. Now I am able to reach a degree of normality in my life." - Sonia, mother