Mr Brad Kallenbach

Clinical Psychologist  BA (Wits), BA Hons (Wits) (Cum laude), MA Eng lit (Wits) (Cum laude), MA Clin psych (Wits) (Cum laude)  ?
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Works with: Adults, adolescents, couples, and individuals.
Specialising in: Addiction, anxiety disorder, bipolar disorder, depression, eating disorders, family difficulties, life changes, loss/grief, neuropsychiatric disorders, personality disorders, relationships, self development, sexuality and gender, trauma, child sexual abuse, chronic medical conditions, and schizophrenia.
Working in: English.

I am a certified clinical psychologist in Bryanston. I offer short and long-term therapy for adults, adolescents and couples. I focus on providing a kind, thoughtful and non-judgemental space within which to work with my clients. I believe individuals have the psychological resources to find relief from distress, overcome challenges and live a fulfilled and meaningful life. The power of therapy lies in its unique capacity to create the conditions within which these inner resources can be accessed. Sometimes we are unable to find relief from symptoms or realise our potential due to beliefs, thoughts and conflicts that are unconscious and automatic. Therapy allows one to identify and change these habitual psychological barriers that compel us to the same patterns, behaviours or relationships. The benefits of this process include the cultivation of a healthy and peaceful mind, loving relationships, fulfilling and prosperous work, and the freedom to enjoy life. I work primarily from a cognitive-behavioural and psychodynamic perspective, tailoring the treatment to my clients’ individual needs. I offer sessions via Skype on request. I also offer Neuropsychological and IQ assessments (non-forensic) for adults, adolescents and children in the event of traumatic brain injury, brain disease, substance abuse and mental illness.


Tel: 011 514 0738
Mobile: 082 667 2894
Skype: bradkal.therapy


HPCSA Number: PS 0123854
Practice Number: PR: 0860010622036

Bona Dea Centre, 38 Wilton Avenue