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“Everyone needs a therapist at some point in their lives and seeing a therapist does not mean you are mentally ill. Taking the step of contacting a psychologist can be a bit daunting but it is the first step toward growth and transformation”

 

I have an M.A. in Counselling Psychology from the University of Natal (Now UKZN). I have previously worked in the UK with the Status of a Chartered Psychologist in the NHS.

I am deeply interested in and caring for the clients I work with. I have been in both seats in the therapy room and understand fully both the anxiety and excitement of an encounter that carries the potential for deep and meaningful change.

I practice ethically, morally and with absolute dedication to the well-being of my clients and to the highest standards set out by the HPCSA.

I am committed to continuous professional development and continuously look at the latest theory and research.

I am a father, nature lover and life-long student of the Human Condition.

“The best part of what I do is helping people to change, to become fully integrated and to heal.”

I am committed to LGBTQ + equality and support all expressions of gender identity. Inclusive & Culturally Relevant Wellness, and all religious and spiritual beliefs.