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Who I am
"I am a registered Clinical Psychologist based in Pretoria East. I aim to work together with clients to help with life’s difficult situations. I enjoy working within the diverse South African context and I serve adults, adolescents and children alike."
Having been trained in various therapeutic frameworks, my approach towards psychotherapy focuses on Cognitive Behavioural Therapy with a Person Centred Approach.
I have also done extensive research in Adventure Therapy, where adventure-based activities are used as a medium for therapy. This is reflected in the stag logo which, over the years, has been a symbolic meaning of the cycles of regeneration and growth. I also strive to achieve this through my therapeutic approach by helping clients through the various stages in life and to promote growth in difficult situations.
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Areas of interest
Grief and Bereavement
Problems related to adjustment and stress
I have obtained the following qualifications
- BA Psychology (University of Pretoria)
- BA Honours Psychology (UNISA)
- MA Psychology (Stellenbosch University)
- MA Clinical Psychology (North-West University)
I have done extensive research on utilising adventure-based activities as a medium for therapy. This is better known as Adventure Therapy.
University of Pretoria
MA Clinical Psychology
Hermias Le Roux
Over the past few years, I have worked in different contexts and circumstances, assisting the South African population in order to promote change or bring forth relief.
I have gained my experience over the years working at:
Red Cross Children’s Hospital; Tshepong Hospital; Klerskdorp Hospital; Nic Bodenstein Hospital; Sterkfontein Psychiatric Hospital.
I also have experience in working in the following units:
Acute and Chronic Psychiatric Units; Forensic Unit; Burns Unit; Child Unit; Substance Abuse Unit; Trauma Unit and Amputation.