Psychotherapy aims to assist others in re-examining their life perspectives, to learn from past experiences and to equip clients with the tools to lead better, healthier lifestyles.
We offer one-on-one consultations in privacy.
Couple & Marital Therapy: Improve relationships, improve effectiveness of communication, resolve conflict constructively, resolve sexual problems, increase intimacy, workout solutions, We provide a safe place for couples to strengthen their promise, improve communication, understanding and affection and, work out solutions in their intimate relationships.
Premarital counselling & therapy: helps couples avoid future problems by exploring together important issues and expectations, and learning effective communication techniques.
Financial couple counselling & therapy: helps couples with an understanding of emotional issues in financial decisions and improving cooperation in areas related to money.
Family Therapy: helps change unhealthy or destructive patterns of relating, strengthens the family identity and promotes harmony.
Parenting Guidance: offers parents structured solutions that serve to reduce conflict between parents and kids, leading to better communication and cooperation in children.
Child and Teens Therapy : provides help for issues such as oppositional behaviour and tantrums, kids with special needs, or depression, anxiety, and drug use in teens. .
Merged Family Coaching : helps remarried families find a balance between the needs of the couple and the adjustment of children from previous relationships.
Divorce Recovery Support: offers help and healing for hurt and disappointment at the end of a marriage or long-term relationship. Fosters letting go of negative emotions and encourages a forward thinking approach, with the goal of building a brighter future.
Co-Parenting Coaching: helps divorced parents find ways to put the anger left over from their past relationship behind them in order to co-parent together effectively in the best interest of their children.
Child and Teen Adjustment Therapy: offers a neutral environment where children can talk about their experience of living with divorced parents and get help with some of the emotional complexities of that reality.
Psychodiagnostics: assessment of personality functioning and the determination of factors underlying human behaviour.
Career Counselling: personal characteristics like interests, values, preferences, motivations, aptitudes and skills; impact on the potential success and satisfaction with different career choices and work environments.
Neuropsychological assessments: assessment of cognitive functioning and clinical neuropsychological aspects of personal and interpersonal functioning following brain injury, brain disease and severe mental conditions. It determines the ability to perform mental functions, such as remembering things and concentrating on things.
Using psychological knowledge to answer legal questions.
Criminal matters: issues may relate to bail application, mental impairment (fitness/ competency), sentencing and rehabilitation.
Civil matters: the assessment focuses on measuring the psychological impact an accident or trauma (e.g. work accident, motor vehicle accident or victim of crime) may have upon a person's psychological state and the associated effect of this on the person's daily functioning.
Family matters: the issues for assessment usually concern the child's living arrangements and issues related to risk factors associated with the parents.
Couple matters: readiness for adoption and assisted reproductive health matters.