Counselling psychologists treat people dealing with normal life challenges, such as the loss of a job or divorce. They hold Master’s Degrees in Counselling Psychology and are registered with the Health Professions Council of South Africa.
Gail is an experienced Counselling Psychologist who started her career working with adolescents in schools promoting healthy relationships, dealing with bereavement, identity issues, eating disorders and a variety of other mental health and social issues affecting young people. She now works with teenagers, young adults and other individuals suffering from depression and anxiety, looking to find a greater sense of meaning and purpose for their lives and struggling in their personal and other relationships.
Embarking on a therapeutic journey can be a daunting process. The following questions might be milling around in your mind: Which therapist is right for me? Will this person heal me? How long will it take to heal my past? Can I be completely honest? Can I trust this person? My role is to provide a confidential, safe and non-judgmental space in which you can explore whether this is the right space for you and if you feel comfortable talking about the pressing issues that you would like to deal with. The therapeutic relationship is a meaningful and honest conversation whereby you can become more fully you. The process encourages you to be authentic and true to yourself. You are welcome as you are. Whatever you choose to share is acceptable within the boundary of a respectful therapeutic relationship.
Sessions are 50 minutes long and take place in a therapy room. They usually take place once a week or more if you so require. If you would like to know more please do call 0797142512 or Email firstname.lastname@example.org. Monday- Saturday