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Henry, Jaci (Ms JL)

Service Provider Name: Henry, Jaci (Ms JL)
Service Provider Type:
Type of Organisation: Private Practice
Service Description:

I offer individual therapy, as well as couples and family therapy. I work with children, adolescents and adults. My interest areas include: relationship problems, marital issues, depression, anxiety, trauma, bereavement, adjustment problems, sexuality, and improving well-being. I also conduct educational and emotional assessments with children. I am a trained mediator and offer assistance with the mediation of divorce agreements, including parenting plans and maintenance agreements.

Health Conditions of Interest: Abuse, Anxiety Disorders, Behavioural and emotional problems, Bereavement, Burnout, Depression, Mental Health, Mood Disorders, Personality Disorders, Post-traumatic Stress Disorder, Relationship problems, Relationship problems (Co-dependency), Relationship problems (Parent-Child), Relationship problems (Marriage), Sexual Disorders, Stress, Trauma, Trauma (Childhood), Trauma (Near-Death Experiences), Trauma (Sexual)
Occupation(s): Psychologist (Counselling)
Target Group: Adolescents, Adults, Couples, Family, Men, Parents, Women
Phone Number: +27-31-7018887
Cellular Phone Number: +27-78-8318576
Website Address: http://www.psyched.co.za
Country: South Africa
Province: KwaZulu-Natal
City: Durban
Street Address (line 1): 12 Paradise Place
Postal Address (line 1): 12 Paradise Place
Suburb: Cowies Hill
Postal Code: 3610
Official Position: Counselling Psychologist
Highest Qualification: MA (Couns Psych)
Practice Number: 290327
HPCSA Registration Number: PS0090956
Office Days: Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday
Office Hours Open: 08:00
Office Hours Close: 18:00
Title: Ms
First Name: Jaci
Initials: JL
Surname: Henry
Gender: Female
Home Language: English

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