Booking a therapy session is a big step for many and there is often anxiety about what to expect. Therapy sessions are relaxed and private. Therapy is a collaborative process, where the most suitable therapeutic modality is used to reach the client’ goals.



Types of Therapy

Individual Therapy

Individual therapy is offered for the following:

- Depression & mood disorders
- Anxiety, phobias & panic attacks
- Grief & loss
- Trauma
- Stress & burnout
- Coping with chronic illness
- Relationship difficulties
- Psycho-oncology
- Behavioural cardiology
- Adjustment to life transitions

Couples’ Therapy

I have a special interest in couples’ therapy and offer the following to couples:

- Premarital counselling
- Adjustment to marriage
- Communication skills & conflict resolution
- Dealing with infidelity
- Preparing for & adjusting to parenthood
- Divorce
- Parenting & step-parenting
- Coping with infertility

Personal Development

I assist individuals and groups in self-development and personal mastery:

- Confidence
- Assertiveness training
- Setting healthy boundaries
- Self-love
- Preventing burnout
- Mindfulness
- Goal-setting
- Leadership skills
- Personal branding

Some of the therapeutic modalities utilised include:


  • Cognitive Behavioural Therapy, which is scientifically proven to work for a variety of emotional difficulties. It is a practical, measureable treatment, based on the premise that the way we see situations impacts on how we feel and behave. So, by identifying, disputing & changing unhealthy thinking patterns, we are able to change the way we feel and behave.
  • Solution-Focused Therapy is a brief, goal-directed therapy that focuses on solutions rather than dwelling on problems. The focus is on developing one’s strengths and can be applied to various problems – both individually and with couples.
  • BrainWorking Recursive Therapy (BWRT) is an effective therapy that works quickly for trauma and grief.
  • Psychodynamic Therapy is a talk-therapy that focuses on the role of past experiences and the unconscious on one’s current functioning.
  • Existential Therapy helps clients find meaning in their suffering and aspire to live meaningful, authentic lives.