Clinical Psychologists In South Africa

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Find Help’s compassionate and supportive clinical psychologists initially work with our clients to find a diagnosis of their problem. Thereafter they focus not only on helping the client to acquire the necessary insights and coping strategies to overcome their problem, but also to move forwards towards sound mental health and independence.

In order to encourage our clients to feel relaxed and at ease, our clinical psychologists cultivate a supportive atmosphere during the sessions with our clients. Clients are encouraged to open up about underlying core issues by being assured of absolute confidentiality and a completely non-judgemental approach by our therapists and counsellors.

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Nicola de Kock

Clinical Psychologist
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I offer short and long-term therapy to adults, adolescents and couples, and aim to provide a confidential, non-judgemental, collaborative and at times gently challenging...

Mark Steyn

Clinical Psychologist
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As a Clinical Psychologist I provide clinical and psychotherapy services to adolescents (16+) and adults in private practice, and consulting services at the University of Cape...

Candice Nicolo

Clinical Psychologist
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Reaching out for help can feel overwhelming, but demonstrates courage and strength. I strive to provide a supportive, authentic and safe space in which to explore the challenges...

Brittany Everitt-Penhale

Clinical Psychologist
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I provide short- and long-term individual therapy for adults and adolescents (aged 16 and over) facing a range of psychological challenges and life difficulties. I have a special...

Nick Groll

Clinical Psychologist
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UCT-trained Clinical Psychologist in Sea Point working with children, adolescents and adults. Interests include: Relationship difficulties, Special Needs Support, existential...