Professional Registered Psychiatric Nurse Therapist / Counsellor                      083 987 2184
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My areas of specialization include:

  • Pregnancy, Birth, Postnatal Issues
  • Infertility, Loss
  • Parenting: –  Child / Adolescents
  • Anxiety, Grief  and Loss

I have been a Professional Registered Psychiatric Nurse and Midwife for over 20 years.

Most of the people I see in my Counselling Practice arrive when they are struggling to see a way out of the situation that keeps them from feeling good about themselves and their lives.

People often  need a sounding board or some tools for handling a challenging situation.

Or having the opportunity to be in a quiet, private and safe place and being heard to allow clarity.

 

Some of the concerns clients bring to the sessions are:

*Fears around pregnancy, birth or change in identity becoming a parent

*Difficulties after baby is born: sleeping or feeding issues; feeling isolated; depressed or anxious

*Connecting with baby

*Relationship issues

*Loss

*Dealing with challenging ADHD-type behaviour

*Adolescent and young adult concerns

 

My rooms are centrally situated in Wynberg.

 

 

Contact + Rates
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Please contact me  via –

Cell :  083  987  2184

Email: itsjulianoble@gmail.com

Rates:   R650  per session.

Home-visiting is done in selective cases.  R850 per session.

(Booked sessions will be charged for unless cancellation is made 24 hours beforehand. )

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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My approach
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My approach to therapy

I have a deep belief in the value of therapy.

I work within a Psychodynamic theoretical framework and adapt my treatment methods to the individual needs presented by each individual client.

Therapy allows  a private and confidential space – your own space and your own  time – to explore aspects of your life with the guidance of the therapist.

 

About Julia
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My background

My interest and passion around the journey of Pregnancy and Birth drew me to search for deeper meanings of these life-changing events. I then facilitated  Lifeline/Childline groups and counselled  women vulnerable to depression around the time of pregnancy and birth at The Perinatal Mental Health Project.

I cemented my counselling experiences with academic depth through completing an Honours in Psychology and attending reading groups over the years following (Melanie Klein, Donald Winnicott, Mother-Infant Psychotherapy).

I have presented talks to live and radio audiences, run workshops  and facilitated my own Mothers’ Therapeutic Group.

Throughout the past 10 years, I have been a member of  the Western Cape Association for Infant Mental Health and Secretary for  4 years.

I am currently studying a Masters in Infant Mental Health (MPhil Stellenbosch).