Counselling and Therapy in Gauteng

Life is full of events, and some of them bring emotions like fear, sadness, anxiety and anger. You might be able to conquer and use these emotions positively, however, if you need assistance; Counselling may be the answer.

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Trauma Counselling

I am here to assist you through counselling in dealing with and growing through the traumatic experiences in your life. Each person’s view of what a traumatic experience is can be different. Below are some traumatic experiences where counselling can assist:

  • Losing a parent, partner, child, relative or friend
  • The breakdown or breakup of a long term marriage or relationship
  • A victim of abuse

  • Suffering from a debilitating, deadly or lifelong disease
  • A victim of a violent crime
  • Losing sleep over a situation in your life

These are just some situations which may be traumatic, but every person and situation is different.

Postpartum Depression

Sometimes referred to as “Baby Blues”, I have a passion for helping mommies through the challenging period after a new born arrives. This is a period where there is societal pressure for you to be happy, in love and cuddle your bundle of joy. However this period might be overwhelming and filled with feelings of inadequacy, resentment and guilt. These feelings can be addressed through counselling.  Assisting you in transitioning into motherhood and coming to grips with all the changes happening in you and your life.

Relationship / Marriage Counselling

Some couples get to a point where they are continuously fighting or completely ignoring one another. Your communication with one another has become obsolete and you have lost all trust in each other. You both feel there is no way to carry on and its easier to throw in the towel. Counselling can assist in determining the actual problem and working together on finding a solution and hopefully reconnect.

Why Counselling?

The goal of counselling is a one on one session with a counselor. It is a two-way conversation, where your situation is discussed, the counselor may ask questions or prompt emotions that you have chosen to set aside. This is all done to help you find a new perspective on your situation and maybe find new ways of copying or alternative solutions to assist you in becoming you again.

If you want to commit to dealing with your situation and believe counselling will assist you, or if you need help understanding your situation and emotions about it, please contact me to set up an appointment.