Colleen Fouche - Counselling Psychologist in Kloof

BA. Hons. (Psych) Unisa; M.Soc.Sci. (Psych) UKZN

                                 Life is a journey step at a time "

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About me and my work

I am a registered Counselling Psychologist in Private Practice at the Kloof Family Health Centre in Durban, KZN. I graduated with a Masters Degree in Counselling Psychology at the University of KwaZulu Natal. I completed my Masters internship at the University's Student Counselling and Careers Centre, assessing and working with students who experienced a diverse range of psychological difficulties and challenges. Overall, I have researched and had extensive experience in the field of Trauma and Post Traumatic Stress Disorder. My areas of interest include, but are not limited to: ADHD, behavioural difficulties in children, anxiety, depression, bereavement, coping with the psychological difficulties relating to a diagnosis of cancer, adjustment issues, marital and relationship difficulties and career development and assessments.

I currently work  at the Kloof Family Health Centre in KwaZulu-Natal. I offer psychotherapy and psychological assessments to adults, adolescents and children facing a wide range of difficulties and challenges. Furthermore, I work with individuals who wish to achieve greater emotional and personal growth, or gain deeper self insight and awareness. I offer brief and long term psychotherapy depending on the presenting problem/s the client brings to therapy. I enjoy forming a therapeutic relationship with clients and facilitating a healing process. My aim is to create a confidential, non-judgemental environment where the client feels comfortable and safe to explore and work through the difficulties and challenges they are facing in life.


I am a registered member of the Health Professions Council of South Africa (HPCSA) and the Board of Health Care Funders of South Africa (BHF). In addition, I am a member of the Psychological Society of South Africa (PSYSSA), the Durban Practising Psychologists' Group. 

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