B.A. (Wits); Honours & Masters Psychology (KZN); PhD. (UCT).
I am a registered organizational psychologist and run an independent practice working with career, conflict and diversity issues. I am also a part-time CCMA commissioner. Supervision is key to my work and I have been running practice development processes since 2010 (The Practice Diaries). I also supervise industrial psychology internships and teach on the UCT Organisational Psychology Masters programme.
Prior to establishing my own practice, I held academic posts at UKZN and UCT where I taught in narrative psychology; career development; organizational development; conflict management; professional development and process facilitation. I received a PhD from UCT in 2003 based on my work in the field of narrative psychology, and my current work is deeply informed by narrative ideas and practices.
The Practice Diaries:
The Practice Diaries is an individual or group supervision process that uses learning journals to deepen professional growth and development. It has relevance for psychologists; social workers; coaches; consultants; HR practitioners and counselors. The groups comprise people who work together in similar fields. There are approximately four participants in each group and they run over eight sessions. The Practice Diaries has been accredited with 16 CEUs (two ethics).
I also run Practice Diaries workshops that provide opportunities to reflect on working life and strengthen practice (6 CEUS/ 2 Ethics). The next full day workshop is titled 2018 Creation. It will be held on 16 March 2018 at Schoenstatt Retreat Centre, Constantia.