Adult Psychotherapy

Adult therapy or counselling requires a confidential and collaborative relationship between the therapist and the individual. At the essence of the therapy is a unique association – a journey whereby the person develops an increased understanding of himself or herself. Through strategic guidance and encouragement the individual is able to understand and cope with difficulties, thereby alleviating distress and instilling hope.

Revealing and discussing personal thoughts and feelings in a controlled space, with no pressures, goes a long way to helping a person understand that they are not alone with their problems. Through discussion and therapy, you are able to gain a broader understanding of both yourself and of others. This self-knowledge will improve your feeling of self-worth, help you make better choices and enable you to be more in control of your physical and emotional well-being.


I am able to assist adults experiencing the following problems:

  • Adjustment difficulties – divorce or separation
  • Mood management – anger, depression, bipolar mood disorder
  • Anxiety and stress disorders and phobias
  • Eating disorders, including obesity
  • Relationship difficulties
  • Thoughts of self-harm
  • Substance abuse – smoking
  • Living with chronic illness and recovery
  • Trauma


For more information:

Support Group

Depression


Please Note


My area of services are in the Southern Suburbs and the greater Cape Town Metropole, South Africa.

As I am a “Travelling Psychologist”, I am willing to travel to my client's home, work place, school or university for appointments (convenient, time and money saving for the client).

My fees are based on medical aid rates but fees are negotiable and tailor made for every client in advance of rendering the required service.

My times are adjusted to the client’s availability. Normal hourly fees are charged. After hour fees are not applicable.

Clients are permitted to terminate therapy at any stage. The same applies should a client wish to decline participation in, or withdraw from, any recommended intervention, assessment or event he or she is not entirely comfortable with.