Psychometrists administer psychological tests which aim to 'measure' functions such as cognition (often referred to as IQ or intelligence tests), interest (for example career assessments) and personality. The results are usually interpreted by a psychologist or psychiatrist to better understand the clients attitudes, abilities, medical condition or suitability in the workplace. Psychometrists hold an honours degree in research psychology and are registered with the HPCSA.
HPCSA Number: PMT 0076392
Practice Number: 0321575
Are you worried about your mental health in this time of COVID-19 and lockdown?
Online video consultations are available via ZOOM or SKYPE at a time that is suitable for you. Call or email to book a session.
I provide a safe, warm, supportive and non-judgemental space to work through difficulties such as: WORKPLACE: Long hours, heavy workload, job insecurity, disciplinary action, restructuring, retrenchments, conflict with co-workers and/or management, career changes and related symptoms such as poor performance, depression, anxiety, sleeping difficulties, burnout etc. RELATIONSHIP & FAMILY: Separation, divorce, parental alienation, interpersonal conflict etc. PERSONAL: Anger management, depression, anxiety, codependency. CAREER GUIDANCE for teens. LIFE CHANGES and trauma.
Should you need a safe and secure environment that facilitates an objective assessment, healing and recovery, please book an appointment, my contact details are outlined below.
Administration, scoring and reporting of neuropsychological, psychological, personality and scholastic test batteries for patients with intellectual/learning disabilities, mild to severe traumatic brain injury, neurological diseases and psychological health issues
Evaluation of cognitive, academic, neuropsychological, behavioural and emotional status in order to assist in treatment, learning/scholastic development and in psychological or neurological research
Workplace psychological evaluation to facilitate decision making in: • Recruitment and selection • Career development • Learning and development
Teenage coaching and career guidance
Parental support for parents of children with learning disabilities
Divorce recovery support
Works with: Adults, children, adolescents, couples, individuals, and families.
Specialising in: Career assessments, family difficulties, learning disorders, life changes, organisational development, self development, trauma, depression, developmental disorders, learning difficulties, marital/couples therapy, relationships, and loss/grief.
Working in: Sesotho sa Leboa, English, IsiXhosa, IsiZulu, Sesotho, Setswana, and siSwati.