Mrs Tracey Francis

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Counselling Psychologist  ?
 BPsych, Cum Laude (UPE); MA Counselling Psychology, Cum Laude (NMMU).

HPCSA Number: PS0095451
Practice Number: PR0321672

Tracey is a Counselling Psychologist based in Pretoria, Faerie Glen who works with children, teens, adolescents, adults and couples.

As a Counselling Psychologist, her aim is support you through a process of hope, experiential growth and empowerment to live a more meaningful and fulfilled life. This is achieved by providing a safe and confidential therapeutic space underpinned by genuineness, empathy, compassion, acceptance and unconditional positive regard.

She believes that every individual is unique and deserves a personalized approach in therapy. Her style of working is therefore, client-centered and holistic by using a variety of therapeutic modalities in order to assist clients through their journey.

Her areas of interest include relationship difficulties (and break-ups), life-adjustment concerns, grief and loss, self-esteem issues, depression, anxiety, chronic pain, personal growth, workplace stressors and occupational burnout.

Seeking help for psychological difficulties takes courage and strength. She regards it as a privilege to join individuals on some of their most challenging journeys and is humbled by the stories and past experiences they share with her. She is passionate about mental health and empowering individuals to achieve optimal well-being and live a more fulfilled and meaningful life.

She is registered with the Health Professions Council of South Africa (HPCSA) in the category Counselling Psychologist in Independent Practice. Additionally, she is registered with the Board of Healthcare Funders (BHF) and thus contracted in with most medical aid schemes.

Contact via Find Help

Tel: 072 450 3818
Mobile: 072 450 3818
Skype: Tracey Francis



Faerie Glen
633 Windsor Road
Garsfontein
Pretoria
Faerie Glen

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

Specialising in: Anxiety disorder, chronic medical conditions, depression, family difficulties, life changes, loss/grief, marital/couples therapy, organisational development, relationships, and trauma.

Working in: English.