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Sweeney, Siobhan (Ms SSKS)

Service Provider Name: Sweeney, Siobhan (Ms SSKS)
Service Provider Type:
Type of Organisation: Private Practice
Service Description:

Work with a variety of clients – children, adolescents and adults in the form of either play therapy, individual therapy, couples or family therapy. Offer play therapy for children and work in collaboration with parents by offering support and psychoeducation. Comprehensive assessments for a range of age groups examining career options, school readiness or scholastic/academic difficulties.

Health Conditions of Interest: Abuse, Anxiety Disorders, Attention Deficit and Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD), Attention Deficit and Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD)(Adults), Behavioural and emotional problems, Bereavement, Bipolar Mood Disorders, Burnout, Chronic diseases, Depression, Depression (Postnatal), Elderly, Mood Disorders, Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder, Personality Disorder (Borderline), Personality Disorders, Relationship problems, Relationship problems (Parent-Child), Stress, Trauma, Trauma (Childhood)
Occupation(s): Psychologist (Counselling)
Target Group: Adolescents, Adults, Children, Family
Phone Number: +27-21-6711257
Cellular Phone Number: +27-84-7990901
Country: South Africa
Province: Western Cape
City: Cape Town
Street Address (line 1): 88 Cook Road
Postal Address (line 1): 88 Cook Road
Suburb: Claremont
Postal Code: 7708
Official Position: Counselling Psychologist
Highest Qualification: MA Couns Psych (Rhodes)
Practice Number: 860020409235
HPCSA Registration Number: PS 0113476
Office Days: Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday
Office Hours Open: 08:00
Office Hours Close: 19:00
Title: Ms
First Name: Siobhan
Initials: SSKS
Surname: Sweeney
Gender: Female
Home Language: English
Date of Birth: 1986-01-13

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