Counselling Psychologist

Rebecca Fulbeck

The good life is a process, not a state of being. It is a direction, not a destination.

 

Carl Rogers

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MA Counselling Psychology (University of Pretoria)

PS 0140856               PR 0771732

Therapy is not quite as intimidating as you might think. You don't have to be in the middle of a crisis to come for therapy!

You might find that things are feeling a bit stuck, or difficult to control. Maybe you are going through a particularly difficult time. Perhaps you have recently experienced a traumatic event - or it happened long ago, but is really affecting you now. Maybe you have been feeling different to how you normally feel, and you can't explain why.

Whatever the situation, you might find it useful to attend therapy.

 

I offer psychological support for individuals, couples and families

What is therapy?

 

Therapy is a process where psychologists help people to live lives that are more productive, healthier and happier.

There are many types of treatment approaches that therapists will use to assist people, and these are modified to be suitable for each individual.

In case of emergency:

SADAG 0800 567 567

Lifeline 0861 322 322

Akeso Psychiatric Response Unit 24-hour 0861 435 787