More about me


I am a Counselling Psychologist based in Randpark Ridge, Roodepoort/Randburg, Johannesburg.
My focus is on creating a safe and inviting environment where my clients can resolve past problems, deal more successfully with current life challenges and strive towards a more fulfilled and happier future. It is important for me to assist my clients to reach their full potential in their personal and professional lives.

My educational background
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Ph.D Psychology (Counseling)(NWU)
M.Sc Psychology (Counseling) (NWU) (Cum Laude);
B.Sc Hons (Psychology) (NWU);
B.Sc Psychology & Physiology (NWU)

HPCSA reg nr: PS0108162

Practice nr: 0355860

My journey with Psychology officially started in 2003 when I have enrolled for my B.Sc Psychology and Physiology degree at the North West University (NWU) (Potchefstroom). I continued with my post graduate studies at NWU and obtained my M.Sc (Counseling Psychology) (Cum Laude) in 2007.  I completed my internship at Student Counseling and Career Development (SCCD), now Centre for Psychological Services and Career Development (PsyCaD) in 2008. I completed my PhD (Psychology) at NWU, which focuses on occupational stress and well-being.

Since I have qualified as psychologist, I have been very interested in hypnosis and I have completed my training in Ego-State Therapy (Intermediate level) and Ericksonian Hypnotherapy (Intermediate level) through South African Society of Clinical Hypnosis (SASCH) and Milton H. Erickson Institute of South Africa (MEISA).  I am also trained in Solution-Focused Therapy as well as Eye-Movement Integration (EMI). I have a special interest in Positive Psychology, which reminds us that psychology is more than just the study of pathology but also the study of human strengths and virtues.  

My approach to therapy
I am a solution-orientated therapist who aims to assist my clients in finding the best and most effective solution to their problem.  I believe that people are resilient and are able to overcome challenges. I also believe that we all have within ourselves an inner strength that fortifies us in dealing with challenges. One of my aims in therapy and counseling are to help my clients connect with their inner strength and resilience to make them stronger. In keeping with my interest in Positive Psychology, I like to ask the question: “What is right with you?” I am of the firm opinion that people can change and make change happen in their lives.  My role as psychologist is to be a facilitator of that change, helping my clients to implement any changes effectively.

I tailor-make my therapeutic approach to each client in order to address my clients’ unique needs and circumstances. Therapy and counseling is never a “one size fits all” approach. I see my clients as the experts of their lives and myself as the expert in my techniques.  I believe that when I and my clients bring our expertise together, it will make therapy and counseling a rewarding and fruitful experience.