Educational psychologists work with children and adolescents, assisting in their psychological adjustment and development. They operate within the contexts of family, school, peer groups and communities, and are able to conduct and interpret scholastic and psychometric tests. They hold Master’s Degrees in Educational Psychology and are registered with the Health Professions Council of South Africa.
HPCSA Number: Ps 0066990
Practice Number: Pr 8645345
I have a Doctoral in Psychology and is a Registered Educational Psychologist, with additional registration at the HPCSA, after completing a combined Clinical, Educational, and Vocational Master Degree at UOFS. I offer assessment, intervention & therapeutic services to children, adolescents, adults, and couples.
It can be mood and anxiety disorders, adjustment to stress and traumatic events, or challenging relationships.
I also focus on the scholastic assessment and the treatment of ADHD.
I also specialize in Brainprofiling, as a powerful tool for the understanding of one’s own and other’s thinking preferences. This knowledge helps to improve parent-child relationships, couple’s relationship, and work relationships as well as for personal empowerment in general. The knowledge obtained from the Brainprofile is powerful for obtaining the correct study method and ensuring successful learning.
Motto: I believe that we always have a choice in life; sometimes you just need support to make the better choice. I am willing to journey compassionately with you through tough times to reach your dream and obtain life quality. I employ different psychological approaches suitable to meet the diverse needs of my clients.
Works with: Adults, children, adolescents, couples, individuals, and families.
Specialising in: Addiction, anxiety disorder, career assessments, child sexual abuse, depression, eating disorders, family difficulties, learning difficulties, learning disorders, life changes, loss/grief, marital/couples therapy, neuropsychiatric disorders, relationships, self development, and trauma.
Working in: English and Afrikaans.