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All our services are donation-based: available at whatever amount you are able to pay


Mediation is a voluntary collaborative process where individuals who have a conflict with one another identify issues, develop options, consider alternatives, and develop a consensual agreement.


Individual therapy is a form of therapy in which the client is treated on a one-on-one basis with a therapist. It may encompass many different treatment styles including psychoanalysis and cognitive-behavioural therapy.


Our focus is on the young person and the parents/ caregivers to help the child/ adolescent cope with the challenges they face, learn new skills, adapt better to their challenges and grow through it to be more fully themselves.


Christian counselling, also known as biblical counselling and Christian psychology, combines your faith with the principles of psychology to improve your mental health and relationships.


Marriage counselling, also called couples therapy, is a type of psychotherapy. Marriage counselling helps couples of all types recognize and resolve conflicts and improve their relationships.


A type of therapy designed to identify family patterns that contribute to a behaviour disorder or mental illness and help family members break those habits. Family therapy involves discussion and problem-solving sessions with the family.


This is a process of gathering information about a child, reviewing the information, and then using the information to plan educational activities that are at a level the child can understand and is able to learn from.


Crisis intervention is a short-term management technique designed to reduce potential permanent damage to an individual affected by a crisis.


Assistance in the field of law, including the rendering of any service in the conduct of any other proceedings before any court or other authority or tribunal and the giving of any advice of any legal matter.


Parental guidance is a process whereby we support and guide parents to be more effective, but in addition, help them to understand their own behaviour towards certain situations

Professional and Affordable: extending mental health services across communities
Systemic: complementary services providing individualised support, otherwise not available
Accessible: geographically and financially

Donation-based Clinic: any amount, anonymously and at your discretion.

Standard Fees:
Individual Session: R 500 per hour

Relationship, Family and Parental Guidance Session: R 600 per hour

Fees for child assessments var. Please contact us for more information.

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Legal Clinic

On the first Friday of every month

we open our doors to the “Legal Clinic”.

It operates between 2 and 6 pm,

and is by appointment only. 

Please Whatsapp should you wish to book a slot. 


Tom Blyth offers his time to provide legal advice in family matters, such as mediation, facilitation, divorce, parenting plans, care and contact disputes.

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General Counselling

The Donation-Based Counselling Clinic offers professional counselling to those who cannot access support due to financial constraints. All donations made by the client are done so anonymously at the reception – any amount will do.


The Clinic offers general counselling to individuals and couples/families and works on a first come first served appointment basis.

All our therapists are professionals trained to address a broad range issues and topics. 

The General Counselling Clinic is open on Saturdays from 10 am - 2 pm. 


Care for the Caregivers

The other way we hope to reach those who are struggling to find us, is by providing wellness and staff programs to organisations in the community.


This “Care for the Caregivers” programme focuses on the social workers, the service providers, teachers, and any other helping and caring professionals that assist individuals in the community. We provide staff workshops and debrief sessions at highly reduced fees to Valley Development Project in Ocean View.

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Workshops and Counselling

We also offer free of charge staff workshops and free counselling to the staff at The Safe House Trust (Shelter for abused women and children in the South Peninsula).

We aim to assist those who help others in order for them to feel supported in the work that they do.

Support Group
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