Charlene Mc Intosh

Photo of Charlene Mc Intosh

Counselling Psychologist  ?
 MSocSci Couns Psych (Cum Laude); BCom Hons;BSocSci Psych; Bpsych

HPCSA Number: PS 0109312
Practice Number: Pr No. 0391077

I am a registered counselling psychologist with a Masters in the Social Sciences from the University of Kwa-Zulu Natal (Cum Laude). In 2006 I completed an internship at the Child and Family Center in Pietermaritzburg. This year-long practical placement is a core component of psychologist training and afforded me the opportunity to gain experience in a wide range of problems affecting individuals to problems in relationships, marriages and families. I also worked with children regarding learning problems and career choices.

I was the Head Psychologist at a remedial school for 8 years before entering private practice. During this time I have gain valuable experience in working with children with learning disabilities. During the last 8 years, I saw the value of working with the whole family in helping children develop and cope. Under my leadership the psychology department was development and services were extended to include adults, couples and families.

Psychotherapy is a process focused on helping you heal and learn more constructive ways to deal with the problems or issues within your life. While I draw from a psycho-dynamic background, therapy is tailored according to each client’s unique and specific concerns to enhance the healing and developmental process.

Special Interests My areas of interest include, but are not limited to: - Depression,Anxiety & Stress Management - Adjustment Difficulties and other Life Changes - Bereavement & loss - Trauma -Adult survivors of childhood sexual abuse -Play Therapy -Assessments of learning difficulties

Contact via Find Help

Tel: 031 202 7960
Mobile: 082 723 7657

[email protected]

Chelmsford House
103 J B Marks Road

Works with: Adolescents, adults, children, couples, and individuals.

Specialising in: Child sexual abuse, learning difficulties, learning disorders, life changes, loss/grief, trauma, and depression.

Working in: English.