Counselling psychologists treat people dealing with normal life challenges, such as the loss of a job or divorce. They hold Master’s Degrees in Counselling Psychology and are registered with the Health Professions Council of South Africa.
As people, we play multiple roles in our daily lives. We are partners, friends, colleagues, parents, children…. Each of these relationships is founded upon and within communication. Thus one can assume that meaningful and mutually beneficial relationships require members to be effective communicators. This is where psychology and more specifically, psychotherapy can help. Interactional psychotherapy aims to alleviate problems by assisting clients in developing more effective communication which in turn results in more satisfying and sustainable relationships.
As your therapist, I operate from an integrative approach. This means I may incorporate a variety of therapeutic mechanisms depending on your concerns and therapeutic aims. Therapy exists as a collaborative process between you and me. My role is to assist, guide and gently challenge you on your journey to self-actualisation.
Each client is considered as an individual, with their own value systems and beliefs. As such, therapy is a tailor-made process dependent upon individual needs and therapeutic goals
HPCSA Number: PS0127337
Practice Number: 0578576