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Keyter, Annelie (Ms AE)

Service Provider Type
Type of Organisation
Private Practice
Service Description

I have worked in the NGO sector for a number of years. My experience include pediatric counselling, counselling with adolescents as well as adults including families, individually and in groups. I provide psycho education and training. Intervention includes basic, short term, supportive counselling and Play Therapy./n/nI completed Master certificates and practical requirements in Gestalt Play therapy through Stellenbosch University./n/nI provide psycho-education and training including HIV counselling and training. My counselling experience as well as business experience lends itself towards successful integration of this knowledge into the working environment, providing counselling through EAPs or Wellness programmes.

Health Conditions of Interest
Abuse, Abuse (Child), Abuse (Sexual), Abuse (Survivors of), Abuse (Women), Behavioural and emotional problems, Bereavement, Burnout, Death and Dying, Domestic Violence, Relationship problems, Relationship problems (Co-dependency), Relationship problems (Parent-Child), Relationship problems (Marriage), Stress, Trauma, Trauma (Childhood), Trauma (Near-Death Experiences), Trauma (Sexual), Violence
Occupation(s)
Counsellor (Trauma), Play Therapist, Researcher
Target Group
Adolescents, Adults, Children, Community, Couples, Elderly, Family, Groups, Men, Parents, Women
Phone Number
+27-82-4901067
Cellular Phone Number
+27-82-4901067
Fax Number
866678822
Country
South Africa
Province
Gauteng
City
Sandton
Street Address (line 1)
PO Box 1626
Postal Address (line 1)
PO Box 1626
Suburb
Sunninghill
Postal Code
2157
Official Position
Practitioner
Highest Qualification
MA Research Psychology Student
Practice Number
469831
HPCSA Registration Number
PRC 0016829
Office Days
Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday
Title
Ms
First Name
Annelie
Initials
AE
Surname
Keyter
Gender
Female
Home Language
English
Date of Birth
1968-10-01

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