Life can be full of important, painful and challenging relationships, and for me psychological support is a relationship experience that can lead to insight and positive change. I have a diverse range of interests, and I enjoy working with infants, children, adolescents and adults. I have experience in providing both psychotherapy, including play therapy for children. There may be a range of reasons why you need to see a psychologist, including trauma, anxiety, depression or relationships, and I offer short-term or more long-term work as needed. I charge within medical aid rates. I also offer online (Skype) therapy, and work after hours and on weekends (Saturdays).
I am a registered psychologist and have a Master's of Arts degree (cum laude) in Community-Based Counselling Psychology from the University of the Witwatersrand. I also completed my undergraduate at Wits, achieving a Bachelor of Science in Psychology, followed by my Honours in Psychology. During my Master's training, I also provided counselling at the Emthonjeni Centre at Wits. More recently, I have worked at Ububele, a non-governmental organisation that provides psychological services to those in Alexandra Township and the surrounding areas. Currently, I work as a therapist in private practice in Parktown North, Randburg, Johannesburg. I also provide my services to schools and run workshops and groups, as well as corporates, offering trauma debriefing. I lecture at Wits University in Parktown and Braamfontein part-time, teaching undergraduate and postgraduate courses.
Individual Psychotherapy: long-term and short-term therapy, for a range of concerns [read more]
Family Therapy: problematic family dynamics and
communication patterns [read more]
Play Therapy: using the natural language of children
to explore their world [read more]
Parent-Infant Psychotherapy: focusing on primary
attachment for future wellbeing [read more]
Group Therapy: I am currently taking members for a trauma support group [read more]
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