Social workers work with individuals, as well as families and communities, to develop treatment plans for people with mental health problems. They may work either in private practice or in collaboration with other healthcare professions. They hold Bachelor’s of Arts Degrees and are registered with the South African Council for Service Professions.
HPCSA Number: 10-25147
Practice Number: 0539368
Not knowing how to help our children when they are struggling is one of the hardest things for a parent to bear. Understanding our own experiences of being parented and the impact this has on our adult lives is often an equally challenging endeavour.
I am a Cape Town-based (southern suburbs) social worker, and child and family therapist. I work with individuals, parents or the parent-child dyad, offering counselling and tailor-made parent coaching to address the social, emotional, behavioural or relationship difficulties you, your child, or your family, may be grappling with.
Using evidence-based interventions, coupled with a mindful approach and an attachment focus, I partner with clients to create and implement strategies and processes that work for you and your family. From tricky toddler behaviour to awkward adolescent adjustment, or your own adult journey of sadness, “stuckness”, or conflict, I help clients through managing these difficulties with confidence, respect, and success.
Works with: Adults, children, adolescents, couples, individuals, and families.
Specialising in: Anxiety disorder, developmental disorders, family difficulties, organisational development, relationships, self development, life changes, loss/grief, neuropsychiatric disorders, and play therapy.
Working in: English.