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Dr Theresa Lenta - Counselling Psychologist

103 J.B. Marks Road, Berea 4083, KwaZulu-Natal, Durban Metro, South Africa

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I am a registered counselling psychologist who works with children (including special needs children), adolescents and adults. I also offer couples and family therapy.

I help clients to address life challenges such as anxiety, depression, grief, trauma, school- and learning-related difficulties, relationship problems, family conflicts, communication barriers and stress management.

I offer both short- and long-term therapy. I use a range of therapeutic approaches and techniques tailored to the needs of each client. The therapy I provide is geared toward helping clients achieve personal growth, positive change and well-being.

I offer therapy for but am not limited to:
Depression and anxiety
Adjustment difficulties
Relationship difficulties
Self-esteem and personal development
Parental guidance, counselling and psychoeducation
Psychoeducational assessments
Behavioural and social problems in children and teens
Assessment
Trauma/Grief and bereavement
Stress management
Qualifications:
Phd in Psych (NWU), MSocSci – couns. psych (UKZN Cum Laude), M.Ed (UP), Qualified Teacher Status (Marches Consortium, UK), Psychology Hons Psych (UKZN), BA (UKZN)

Professional Registrations:
HPCSA: PS 0135518
Practice number: 0677256

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103 J.B. Marks Road, Berea 4083, KwaZulu-Natal, Durban Metro, South Africa

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