Clinical Psychologist / Kliniese Sielkundige
Practice no. 864 0815

Alcohol Dependency

If you need help or suspect that someone close to you might be an alcoholic

I can assist in:

1.  Ascertaining whether there is an actual problem

2. Motivating the person to successfully completing Rehab program

3. Evaluating whether rehabilitation is possible without admittance into an institution

4. Evaluating the strength of the support structure (family & friends) around the person

5. Discussing options, if medical aid does not cover rehab

6. Discussing therapy and coping techniques such as Anta-Booza, Neltrexone and Esperal implants

7. Dealing with anxiety, depression and demotivating factors


Includes –

  • CBT (Cognitive Behavioural Therapy)
  • Hypnotherapy
  • EMDR (Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing)
  • Specific Psycho-Therapy 
This practice adheres to the strictest of safety regulations to limit the spread of the Corona Covid-19 virus.

Your Safety is important to us!
No Mask, No Entry
Screening and risk assessment done, with temperature measured and recorded.
Hand Sanitizer at the entrance.
No handshaking or touching.
Proper handwash facility, with disposable paper-towels.
Adequate distancing between client and staff and ample space between psychologist and client during therapy.
Limited clients in the practice.
Your Safety is important to us!
What is a clinical psychologist?
A clinical psychologist is a person who holds a MA degree in clinical psychology and is registered with the Health Profession Council of South Africa (HPCSA).
This profession speciality is mainly concerned with diagnosing more serious mental, emotional and behavioural disturbances. Clinical psychologists tend to view emotional wellbeing in an integrated way by taking into consideration the related aspects of the environment, body, brain and the mind.
Why do people visit a clinical psychologist?
Individuals visit a clinical psychologist because they are troubled with problems, traumas or issues that they are not able to effectively deal with.
These problems mostly have a significant negative impact on various areas of their lives, and may include school-, work-, home or their relational/marital live.
How are appointments made?
Clients often make appointments for themselves when they have the need to.
But clients are mostly referred to psychologists by their General Practitioner (GP’s), certain Specialists, Pastors of their congregation, their schools or even by their employers.


Find help now. - CBT (Cognitive Behavioral Therapy) - Hypno-therapy - EMDR (Eye Movement Desensitization & Reprocessing) - Specific Psycho-Therapy
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