Babies / Toddlers Therapists

Annika Nicol

Noordhoek and Scarborough

Clinical Psychologist

I feel passionate about supporting others to become more conscious, as I believe this creates freedom. I offer a safe and gentle space where you can bring yourself as you are. I am committed to stand next to you and help you untangle and resolve the difficulties you are experiencing.

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Tanja Smuts

Bellville, Cape Town

Clinical Psychologist

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.

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Brenda Cowley

Constantia, Cape Town

Educational Psychologist / Infant Mental Health Specialist

I work with parents and their infants/toddlers between the ages of 0-3. My work focuses on attachment parenting and ranges from general parenting advice to dealing with more complicated issues such as feeding difficulties, anxiety or excessive crying. I enjoy assisting parents with adopted babies/toddlers and also see mothers (and fathers) who are suffering from postnatal anxiety and depression. In addition, I work with adults in individual psychotherapy.

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Raine Cohen

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.

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Dr Sonia Joubert – Thinking Fit

Linden, Randburg, Johannesburg

Registered Psychologist

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.

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