Psychosocial support


We  accept medical aid and cash payments

Our experiences in helping different clients, who encounter different life challenges have empowered us to be competent in helping people to acknowledge and understand their abilities and strengths within them to manage challenges.

We provide the following services:

Addiction and substance abuse, child abuse, low self-esteem, child development of anti-social behaviour, individual counselling, depression, work-related matters, suicidal thoughts, body shaming behaviour, stress management, family counselling, conflict, couples therapy etc.

School-based Psychosocial support

Children today are increasingly victims of many social forces that negatively affect their role as students. The family is in a state of change and until it becomes stabilized, in whatever form, children’s unmet physical and emotional needs will continue to interfere with their ability to learn and adjust in school. Kemp (2013) states that school social work, as a field within social work, aims to provide a social service to learners, parents, and schools where there are psychosocial barriers within the “context of the learning site”. Mental health is directly related to children’s learning and development. It encompasses or intersects with interpersonal relationships, social-emotional skills, behaviour, learning, academic motivation, certain disabilities, mental illness (e.g., depression or bipolar disorder),crisis prevention and response, school safety and substance abuse (Sabatino, Pricher, and Alvarez, 2012). Each of these issues affects not only the success and well-being of the individual student but also the school climate and outcomes for all students. School social workers design and implement school-based programs to promote a positive school climate among all students.

Issues that are addressed by School Social Workers are:

Coping with Stress, Family Issues, parents’ divorce, domestic violence, financial challenges, grief/Loss Issues, mental Health Issues, physical/Emotional/Educational Neglect, physical/Sexual/Emotional Abuse, early Pregnancy, school-related Concerns, absences and truancy, poor academic achievement, bullying, harassment, school dropout, misbehaving etc.

In Difficult Times

Support Group

School-based Counseling

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