In my practice I work with individuals, families and couples, including adults, adolescents and children as young as two years old.

I strive to help people to find peace and joy and being happier, to be more successful reaching their goals and to fulfil their dreams.

My practice includes a broad range of services. These services include:

  • Assessing the general needs, abilities or behaviour using a variety of methods, including psychometric tests, interviews and direct observation of behaviour.
  • Individual Psychotherapy and counselling for adults and children, play therapy, parental guidance, couples and family therapy, hypnotherapy
  • Forensic evaluations and psycho-legal assessments of adults and children in child custody and access disputes, adoption evaluations and sexual molestation evaluations.
  • Pre- and post-divorce counselling to all the family members, to assist in optimally adjusting to their new family structures.
  • Psychological and developmental assessments of children for school readiness and emotional difficulties.

Here is a summary of my aim as a Clinical Psychologist where I want to assist people to:

  • Overcome unhappiness, stress, depression, loneliness, fear grief, pessimism, shyness, low self-esteem, anxiety or anger.
  • Improving their self-esteem, confidence, assertiveness, independence, motivation, emotional control and relationships.
  • Discovering their self-worth and replacing negative thinking and emotions with positive paths to happiness.
  • To change and grow – and to add new positive facets to yourself.

Psychotherapy & Counselling


  • Anxiety / Fear / Phobias
  • School refusal
  • Attention Deficit / Hyperactivity Disorders
  • Emotional problems (Separation -Anxiety, Low self-esteem, Social Withdrawal)
  • Eating Disorders (Bulimia, Anorexia)
  • Childhood Depression
  • Behaviour problems (Lying, Stealing, Aggression, Bullying)
  • Crime-related trauma (hijacking, rape, violence)
  • Divorce, Loss
  • Abuse (Sexual, Neglect, Emotional)
  • School Readiness
  • Custody Evaluations


  • Anxiety / Phobias
  • Emotional problems (Low self-esteem, Loneliness, Shyness)
  • Behaviour problems (Anti-social, Lying, Stealing, Aggression)
  • Assertiveness training
  • Bi-Polar Disorder
  • Depression
  • Suicide tendencies
  • Eating Disorders (Bulimia /Anorexia)
  • Gender Identity issues
  • Self harming tendencies
  • Trauma (Divorce, Crime, Loss)
  • Custody Evaluations
  • Abuse (Sexual, Neglect, Emotional)
  • Peer pressure and Peer Conflict


  • Depression
  • Bi-Polar Disorder
  • Work stress, as well as Post Traumatic Stress Disorder
  • Anxieties
  • Marital and relationship difficulties
  • Anger Management
  • Personal growth
  • Parental guidance
  • Sexual orientation difficulties
  • Sex Therapy
  • Gay / Lesbian / Bisexual issues
  • Trauma counselling
  • Pre-marital counselling
  • Divorce

Psychological Assessment

Children and Adolescents

A thorough assessment is essential and provides the necessary information for an appropriate intervention.

All assessments of children and adolescents include interviews with the parents, the child, schoolteachers and other therapists and medical doctors involved with a child. Child and adolescent therapy usually begins with the therapist meeting a child's parents in order to gather background information. This allows us to understand the problem and determine how best to address it.

After an initial assessment, I make recommendations regarding what type and frequency of therapy would be most helpful. The feedback session after the evaluation period can outline the difficulties identified and results in a discussion of treatment options including play therapy and parental guidance. This may be individual therapy for the child along with follow-up consultations with the parents to discuss parenting issues, or family therapy. Some issues that has been identified may be best addressed with a combination of these interventions.

The following psychometric assessments are being done with children and adolescents:

  • School Readiness
  • Emotional / Personality
  • Scholastic Ability and Functioning
  • Concentration and Attention
  • Intellectual ability


The following psychometric assessments are being done with adults:

  • Emotional / Personality
  • Intellectual Ability

My approach

In this practice the approach is eclectic and although having been trained to use various other therapeutic modalities, I integrate a number of approaches which enable me to deal with each unique individual. This correct choice of modality is essential to ensure a positive response to treatment.

I work closely with other professionals such as psychiatrists, paediatricians, medical doctors, occupational therapists, speech and language therapists, educational psychologists and remedial therapists.

I believe in a multidisciplinary approach and also work with a team of attorneys, advocates and the family advocate helping a judge in legal matters and also act as a mediator with parents in divorce cases in implementing effective parenting plans.

The aim in therapy is to reduce distress, improve psychological well-being, help people to let go of their negative thinking patterns, manage their stress and to heal from traumatic experiences. Life doesn't have to be painful and there is always hope. You can have a happier and more fulfilling life.

I have the training and over twenty years' of experience and my intention is to help.

You come with your problems, anxiety, depression or guilt, but also your strengths and positive attributes which you might not have fully utilized. Together we can develop those capacities to their fullest potential and maximize your strengths to give your life new meaning.

My counselling style is warm, supportive and respectful. I strive to create a welcoming and comfortable environment that allows you to feel safe so you may share, explore and resolve your innermost problems. I am also very serious about myself and my work as a Clinical Psychologist. I strive to consistently improve my work through consultation, ongoing training, research, and self-understanding.

My practice is situated in a quiet and peaceful environment with a lush garden and ample parking, a pleasant reception area with refreshments and a dedicated medical receptionist – all which creates an environment of safety, privacy and comfort so that the growth can take place.