I am a relationship counsellor working with individuals and couples. I help clients to understand their own behaviour and assist them with creating and sustaining change.
“We grow because we struggle,
we learn and overcome.”
I was born and raised in South Africa and after my psychology degree I went to explore aboard. I worked in Human Resources in the UK for ten years and in between working I enjoyed travelling to various continents. I love connecting with different people, cultures and places. I returned to South Africa with my Irish husband and here our family grew and my counselling began. In 2008 I trained as a trauma counsellor and for two years counselled survivors of crime at the Rondebosch Police Station. After that I gained valuable experience counselling at Families South Africa (FAMSA) for three years. I have been in private practice since May 2010, focusing on adult therapy in the areas of relationships, trauma and depression.
Bachelor of Social Science Degree in Psychology at Kwa Zulu Natal University (1994).
Certificate in Humanistic Integrative Counselling at CPPD in London (2006).
Post Graduate Diploma in Counselling and Communication at The South African College of Applied Psychology (2007).
Encouraging self-growth by helping you identify your strengths & challenges in a nuturing and supportive space.
Offering you sincerity and non-judgment to enable the healing process.
Solution-focused brief counselling
Uncovering your core skills and using these to create solutions for change
Looking at how you relate to and affect others in your system.
“It is not because things are difficult that we do not dare, it is because we do not dare that they are difficult”