Psychoanalytic Therapy

Found 10 listings

Marlene Wells

Clinical Psychologist
Musgrave, Berea, Durban
I am a Clinical Psychologist with a practice in Berea, Durban. My areas of interest include, but are not limited to, neuropsychology, trauma, bereavement, depression, anxiety. I respect people as individuals and choose a therapy that suits the person and their needs.

Heleen Meyer

Clinical Psychologist
Durbanville & Northern Suburbs, Cape Town
Any type of change, crises or trauma has the potential to shatter our experience of the world and provides us with an opportunity for personal growth and change. I believe that this is only possible within a safe and confidential therapeutic relationship. I am bilingual and can conduct therapy in either English or Afrikaans.

Dr Johan Liebenberg

Clinical Psychologist
Trichardt, Secunda, Mpumalanga
‘Life, unexamined, is not worth living’ (Socrates). The goal of this practice is: For each person entering – to be a better person – when leaving! The combination of state of the art psychotherapy, theories and practices, with 25 years of rich clinical experience, facilitates this goal.

Jeanette Steenkamp

Counselling Psychologist
Sandown, Sandton, Johannesburg
I am a Counselling Psychologist based in Sandown, Sandton. I offer individual therapy to adults, adolescents, and children (play therapy). I also work with couples. I tailor my therapeutic approach to best suit the individual needs and presenting concerns of my clients. Services are available in English and Afrikaans.

Dr Seleme Melato

Clinical Psychologist
Morningside, Sandton, Johannesburg
The services provided by Dr Seleme Melato includes HIV/AIDS management, the diagnosis, and treatment of a wide variety of psychological disorders (Adults and Children), couple/marriage counseling, group therapy, psychometric assessments, emotional intelligence training and development, as well psychosocial well-being programs.

Raine Cohen

Psychologist
Sandton, Johannesburg
I work with adults and children. I believe that our early years shape our experiences. These experiences influence what we expect from and, how we respond to those close to us. This isn’t always helpful or useful. In therapy I work with clients to become more self-aware and learn what motivates them so that they have more choice in interaction with others.

Jana Morgan

Clinical Psychologist
Northcliff, Johannesburg
I run my private psychology practice from rooms at the NHC medical centre in Northcliff, Johannesburg. I work psychodynamically with adults in individual psychotherapy. I also work with couples. Therapy would potentially involve examining emotional and relationship problems including for example issues with intimate relationships, eating, trauma, stress, anxiety, and loss.