Social workers work with individuals, as well as families and communities, to develop treatment plans for people with mental health problems. They may work either in private practice or in collaboration with other healthcare professions. They hold Bachelor’s of Arts Degrees and are registered with the South African Council for Service Professions.
Glynne Zackon is a clinical counselling social worker based in Johannesburg Gauteng. Glynne has had an illustrious career in therapy and has been in the industry for 24 years!
Glynne has supervised and managed organisations of social workers and this has positioned her as a leading authority in the social workers arena. Glynne has many fields of expertise including:
Marital counselling,Divorce counselling,Family relationships,General relationship issues,Domestic violence,Support for family members who have family members who are substance abusers,Bereavement counselling,Parenting concerns,Support with life transitions and adjustment to change. Glynne is well versed in respect to the Childrens Act, Substance Abuse Act and Mental Health Care Act. She holds numerous memberships to counselling and social worker organisations that govern South Africa.
Glynne consults after hours (in the evenings) and on Saturdays in order to accommodate clients work obligations.