I obtained a Masters degree in Clinical Psychology and Community Counseling from Stellenbosch University followed by a clinical internship at Lentegeur Psychiatric hospital. I completed my community service year with the Department of Correctional Services, where I provided psychological services to adults with a wide range of difficulties. During my clinical training, I provided in- and out-patient psychological services to children, adults, couples and groups. I also provided neuropsychological and psychometric assessments to individuals with neurological insult (including stroke, traumatic brain injury, dementia) and/or intellectual and functional limitations.
I am registered with the Health Professions Council of South Africa, and a member of the Board of Healthcare Funders (BHF) and the Psychological Society of South Africa (PsySSA). My clinical orientation is informed by Psychodynamic, CBT and supportive psychotherapies.
Woolf, M., Bantjes, J. & Kagee, A. (2015). Challenges of School-based Youth Suicide Prevention in South African Schools. Social Work Practitioner, 27, 20-44.