Somatic Experiencing (SE)

Found 6 listings

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.

Dr Sonia Joubert

Registered Psychologist
Linden, Johannesburg
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.

Lesley-Anne Chorn

Counselling Psychologist
Plumstead & Constantia, Cape Town
I am a body-based psychotherapist. Whilst I aim to hold a safe space for a client to verbally share, explore and learn about themselves and their life, I also use several body based modalities that facilitate enhanced self-awareness, deeper self- exploration, self-regulation and letting go of old stuck memory and feelings. I use the powerful techniques of Somatic Experiencing, EMDR, Breathwork and Hypnotherapy to bring about this deep transformation.

Yvonne Vermaak

Counselling Psychologist
Rivonia, Sandton, Johannesburg
Yvonne Vermaak qualified as a Counselling Psychologist after completing her master’s degree at the University of Johannesburg (UJ). She has undergone training in Ericksonian Hypnosis and Ego State Therapy under the South African Society of Clinical Hypnosis (SASCH) and The Milton Erickson Institute of South Africa (MEISA). She has also received advanced training in Somatic Experiencing®. Psychological services are offered in both English and Afrikaans.

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.

Lerato Msimanga

Clinical Psychologist
Midrand, Johannesburg
It’s easy to live on autopilot and feel like life is just happening to us. Often we deny our realities and avoid our emotions to the detriment of our mental and emotional wellbeing. Therapy can help us to improve insight into our behaviours, to allow us to make the necessary changes and to live a more meaningful life. I offer a supportive environment to help individuals(children and adult) and families to adapt and thrive in an ever changing world.