Therapists for Trauma in South Africa
We found 237 therapists for you.
Journeying with clients toward improved wellness that is sustainable beyond the completion of therapy.
Samson Samuel Khoza
Employee Wellness, Social Worker, Life Coach, Assessor, Trainer in Pretoria, Trauma Debriefing, NH Trainers, Employee Assistance, Trauma defusing,Anger Management and Capacity...
I offer psychotherapy to individuals and to couples, providing them with a supportive and empathic environment to facilitate exploration of, and insight into the patterns and...
Individual, couple and family therapy with adults and adolescents. Both medium and long-term psychotherapy
I’m a Clinical Social worker and an internationally accredited Logotherapist with more than 30 years’ experience in marital, divorce, family and trauma therapy. I’m a spiritual...
Candice van der Merwe
I offer play therapy for children, as well as psychotherapy for adolescents and adults. The approach I utilise is integrative and is tailored made for the needs of the individual.
Dr Jolanda Dreyer
Dr Jolanda Dreyer - Counselling Psychologist and Educational Specialist - Garsfontein Pretoria-East
I have been working in psychology since 1997. Wellness on an educational and...
My passion is to assist individuals on their journey of empowerment and healing. Change is necessary to develop and heal and all of our experiences are paramount in this process.
My aim has always been to assist people to obtain greater understanding of the world and themselves in the world; and to find creative and fitting solutions to their problems.
Elizabeth (Elza) Berk is an addiction and eating order counsellor at Recovery Direct. She has 15 years experience and a Diploma in Counselling from The Blackford Centre.
Marlene Voss is a valued member of the counselling team at Recovery Direct. This private Cape Town based rehab specialises in treating trauma and their non - punitive approach...
As a counselling psychologist, I provide a warm, safe and non-judgmental environment in which I help overcome their emotional problems and develop self-growth and well-being.