Our team of psychologists

Our psychologists are based in Sandton and registered with the Health Professions Council of South Africa (HPCSA) and the Board of Health Care Funders (BHF).

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Lwanele Khasu

Director & Clinical Psychologist

“We are all a little broken but broken crayons still colour” Trent Shelton. This is one of my favourite quotes because it demystifies the myth that we should be perfect. We should not be perfect! In order to be true to ourselves, we need to see that we are a little broken.

I completed my Bachelors of Arts, Bachelors of Arts (Hons) Psychology, and Master of Arts in Clinical Psychology degrees at the University of the Witwatersrand.

My interests in psychotherapy are broad, as I enjoy forming therapeutic relationships with clients and facilitating a healing process. I am flexible in my working modality, as I have been exposed to various settings and different clientele.

My interventions are determined by the client’s needs. I use both short term and long-term approaches depending on the need at the time. I do however, favour a psychodynamic approach to psychotherapy, which involves exploring clients’ difficulties in depth, in a way that has the potential to create profound and sustained change.

Nthopele T. Mabandla

Counselling Psychologist

“When the other person is hurting, confused, troubled, anxious, alienated, terrified; or when he or she is doubtful of self-worth, uncertain as to identity, then understanding is called for.” Carl Rogers

Nthopele is an HPCSA registered Counselling Psychologist and holds a Master of Arts in Counselling Psychology from the University of the Witwatersrand (WITS).

Nthopele has experience in both adult and child psychotherapy, psychological assessments, mental wellness presentations as well as medico-legal assessments. She has worked in various mental health institutions such as WITS’s CCDU (Counselling and Careers Development Unit), SADAG, Lifeline and UBUBELE to name a few.

With a strong psychodynamic background, Nthopele does utilise various therapeutic modalities – such as CBT and or SFT- relevant to the client’s needs and context. She believes that psychotherapy cannot happen in a vacuum and that one ought to be mindful of issues of diversity and socio-economic factors. Nthopele is interested in forming synergies between traditional psychotherapy and alternate therapies and in this complex fast-paced world, believes that mental health and wellness is a combination of a healthy mind, body and spirit.

Hope Magubane

Clinical Psychologist.

“A Healer does not heal you. A healer is someone who holds the space for you while you waken your inner healer, so that you may heal yourself” Maryam Hasnaa

I am an HPCSA registered Clinical Psychologist. I hold the following qualifications; MA Clinical Psychology (UNISA), BA (Hons) Psychology (UNISA), BA (Hons) Social Science (UJ) and a BA Child & Family Psychology (UJ).

I have worked at Helen Joseph Hospital, Correctional Service and Social Development.

My background and training is predominantly Systems and psycho-dynamic. The interventions I implement in psychotherapy are broad as I work from a person-centred approach. I am an advocate of the client being given a space to narrate their story and in so doing being able to play an active role in their healing process. I have interest and experience in working with; trauma,
grief & amp; loss, Individuals, couples, families, personality disorders and mood disorders.

I am also very passionate about Indigenous Knowledge systems, African Epistemology and exploring healing from an African perspective.

Fees

Session fees are R1000 for individuals and R1200 for couples, payable after the session.  Medical aid is accepted and  the sessions are charged at that medical aid rate.

Therapy offered in various languages

Sesotho

English

Zulu

Xhosa

Sestwana

Sepedi

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