Words for Today

“In the depth of winter I finally learned that there was in me an invincible summer.”

-Albert Camus

At Creative Therapy I specialise in supportive counselling for trauma, bereavement, anxiety, crisis management, couples counselling, self-esteem and more. I work with children, adolescents and adults, and am based in Parkwood and Sandton. I also offer online and telephonic sessions. You can contact me to make an appointment.

My services include:

  • Individual counselling for adults, adolescents and children

  • Face to face an online counselling

  • Couple counselling

  • Trauma counselling for individuals of all ages as well as group debriefings for companies

  • Bereavement / grief counselling

  • Supportive therapy for current life challenges

  • Personal growth

  • Strengthening self esteem

  • Management of anxiety and depression

  • Crisis management

  • Parent guidance for dealing with the challenges of parenting

  • Art as a medium of therapy

  • Play as a medium of therapy

My approach focuses on a deep exploration of my clients' experiences and the meanings of those experiences.  In this way clients come to understand themselves in their worlds, and this is fundamental to well-being. It is important to me to make a safe place for the fullness of my clients' humanity - their anxiety, laughter, despondency, happiness  ... (human beings are vast and the list is long!). Respect is fundamental to this process and I invite kind curiosity about oneself into the session.

Counselling is a meaningful, challenging and rewarding journey that takes place in a non-judgemental and confidential environment where self-exploration can take place, and where self-esteem and acceptance can develop. It is a way of connecting to ourselves to find out who we are and what we need to live a fulfilling life. It is a process of finding deeper insight into ourselves and our authenticity. Counselling is a way of working through pain, suffering and fear. It is a way of liberating ourselves.

The decision to begin therapy is an important one, and there are many reasons that people make it. Some have experienced trauma or bereavement, some feel a loss of meaning, some are struggling in their relationships or at work, some are feeling anxious or depressed, some are curious about themselves and desire deeper insight.

For those of you who would like counselling but whose budget doesn't allow for private services, please follow the "Community Resources" link on the menu.