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Registered Art Psychotherapist
Knysna, Garden Route, Western Cape
I am passionate about the art of therapy – co-creating a unique therapeutic space that makes each client feel safe, heard and emotionally held so that they can embark on a journey of self-discovery, insight, and authentic empowerment. Art therapy is a powerful tool for self-expression and requires no previous skills or experience. I am informed by Jungian thinking and the approach of Process Oriented Psychology.
I am well versed in working with all cultures and spiritual orientations. My practice is in the intimate surroundings of a home with a beautiful garden. I am flexible and skilled to serve an inclusive population of adults, teenagers and children; from work related and emotional challenges, personal development, relationships and parenting, to learning difficulties.
ACT Addiction ADHD / Learning Difficulties Adolescents / Teens Adoption / Infertility Ageing Anger Management Anxiety / Panic Art Therapy Assessments Autism Babies / Toddlers Bereavement / Grief Bipolar BWRT Career Counselling CBT Children Chronic Illness (cancer, etc) Cognitive Rehabilitation Drama Therapy DBT Dementia (Alzheimer's, etc) Depression Depression - Post Natal Divorce Eating Disorders EFT (tapping) Ego State Therapy EMDR / EMI Epilepsy / Seizures Family / Parenting Gender Identity / Transition Health & Wellness HIV / AIDS Hypnotherapy Imago Relationship Therapy Industrial LGBTIQ+ Life Stage Changes Logotherapy Men's Issues Mindfulness Nature / Eco Therapy Neuro Psychology / Therapy Neurofeedback Therapy Online Therapy Organisational / Group Personal Growth Personality Disorders Phobias / Fears Play Therapy Psychoanalytic Therapy Psychosis Relationship / Couples Remedial Therapy Retrenchment / Retirement Sex Sexual Abuse Sleep Disorders Somatic Experiencing (SE) Spiritual Counselling Sport Psychology Stress / Lifestyle Substance Abuse Suicide / Self Harm Transpersonal / Metaphysical Trauma Traumatic Brain Injury TRE Practitioners Woman / Child Abuse Women's Issues
Clydesdale & Lyttleton Manor, Pretoria
I am a counselling psychologist with a holistic approach. I draw on both traditional psychotherapeutic techniques and on the unique and often powerful contributions of expressive arts therapy, mindfulness, visualisation and mind-body work. I work with adults, teenagers and children on an individual, in-depth therapeutic level and also offer expressive arts therapy interventions and TRE (trauma release exercises) in a group context.
Registered Art Psychotherapist
Sea Point, Cape Town
I am an internationally trained Art Psychotherapist in private practice. I work with adults, children, families and corporates in both individual and group capacities. Through the use of different art materials, clients are able to express and explore thoughts and feelings. Art skills are not required.
Southern Suburbs, Plumstead, Cape Town
Passionate about children’s holistic development, through the formation of therapeutic relationships that build resilience in children in the face of adverse life events. Therapist believes in organic intervention, particularly through art and play, to promote healing and growth that attributes to the formation of adults who can positively contribute to society. Having worked in a variety of socio-economic communities the therapist offers reduced therapeutic rates, recognising the need for children and families to access quality therapeutic services despite their [...]
Bellville, Cape Town
I offer short and long term psychotherapy to children, adolescents and adults, including parent-infant/ child psychotherapy. My aim is to facilitate a safe, non-judgemental and creative space that stimulates a process of self-reflection, self-expression and growth. I also conduct clinical assessments of children. I consult in English and Afrikaans.
Muizenberg, Cape Town
I am interested in the meaning of our lives and what makes us feel alive. I believe that therapy is a journey and a relationship. In the safety of this relationship we may bring light to abandoned and avoided parts of ourselves, and be held in the places of suffering and painful experiences; navigate transformations and celebrate our places of joy. This work is ongoing, humbling, enriching and an honour.