I started my journey in becoming a psychologist at the Midrand Graduate Institute where I obtained my Bpsych degree. After completing my honours degree, I completed my Masters degree in clinical psychology at the Sefako Makgatho Health Sciences University. During my years of study and afterward, I developed skills and experience at state hospitals, clinics and a forensic institute. My work experience has afforded me the opportunity of working with various psychosocial stressors and mental disorders, which allowed me to gain the necessary knowledge to assist people with their difficulties.
I have been fortunate enough to work with people of all ages and from a variety of cultures, sexual orientation and with various difficulties. As such, I can provide clients with a comfortable and safe place to work through their difficulties.
As part of my Masters degree, I completed my thesis on mothers’ attachment experiences with their children after being diagnosed with Postpartum depression. This provided me with insight into the difficulties faced by new mothers and as such I developed a keen interest in assisting them with adjusting to their new roles as mothers.