Mrs Tasneem van de Biezen

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Counselling Psychologist  ?
 BA. BA (Hons). MA (Couns Psych) - WITS

HPCSA Number: PS0110663
Practice Number: 0379743

I currently work as a psychologist in private practice whilst also consulting to a government hospital in Johannesburg. In my private practice my work focuses on working with adults - be it individually, or within a couple, or family.

The decision to enter therapy is courageous yet sometimes difficult, and I aim to offer my clients a safe and supportive space so that they can allow themselves the time and patience needed to better understand themselves and their presenting concerns. My work in hospitals, community clinics and even in the corporate sector has shown me the enormous value of self-insight and self-awareness and the positive impact that the development of these has in the various aspects of one's life. I offer therapy that aims to develop understanding of one's self so as to create deep and enduring changes in one's life - as more often than not, our behaviour, thoughts and ways of relating, whilst well-intentioned, do not always lead to the desired outcome.

My areas of interest include:

  • Life adjustments and transitions: such as changing a job or getting married
  • Marital and relationship difficulties: couple’s counselling
  • Chronic Pain Management
  • Parental guidance
  • Depression
  • Anxiety
  • Bereavement and grief
  • Trauma counselling
  • Social pressures
  • Personal growth and well-being
  • Stress management and coping
  • Home/work balance
  • Managing relationships at work
  • Professional development
  • Executive coaching
  • Supervision of student/intern psychologists

Contact via Find Help

Tel: 082 308 1824
Mobile: 082 308 1824

Parktown North
Village Medical Centre
12 7th Avenue
Parktown North

Works with: Adults, adolescents, couples, and individuals.

Specialising in: Eating disorders, fertility related issues, trauma, anxiety disorder, bipolar disorder, depression, developmental disorders, family difficulties, life changes, loss/grief, organisational development, personality disorders, relationships, self development, sexuality and gender, and chronic medical conditions.

Working in: English.