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Psychology  Practitioner

Dr. Johan Cloete

BA Hons Psych (UF)
MTh, DTh  (Ph.D) UNISA

Suite 105A, Mulbarton
Privated Hospital, Mulbarton.

Call 073 4584079  Mo.-Fr.  08h00 - 16h30

About me: the short version

I am a psychology practitioner (Category: Registered Counsellor) working at the Netcare Mulbarton Hospital in the south of Johannesburg and at the Midvaal Private Hospital in Three Rivers. I collaborate with individuals, couples, groups and business people to enhance their functioning and to live the lives they prefer.

My scope of practice:

My scope of practice is to render primary psychological interventions and counselling to individuals and groups, at an affordable price, aiming at enhancing personal functioning.



BA Hons Psychology (UF)
MTh Pastoral Therapy with focus on Narrative Counselling (UNISA)

Dth (Ph.D) UNISA

Certified EMDR Practitioner

Advanced Emotional Focused Couples Therapist

Advanced TRE ™ Practitioner
Licensed Heartmath® Trainer

Brainspotting Practitioner

Biofeedback Practitioner

Qualified STRENGTHSCOPE® accredited user


I am registered  as a Psychology Practitioner with…

The Health Professions Council of South Africa (HPCSA) in the category of Registered Counselor in Independent Private Practice
(PRC 0012726)

The Board of Health Care Funders of Southern Africa as private practitioner

(Practice number 0414298)


Psychological Society of South Africa (PsySSA)
ACRP as professional body and Council for Pastoral and Spiritual Counsellors
International Centre for Excellence in Emotionally Focused Therapy
EMDR International Association

TRE International and TRE for Africa

Biofeedback Association of South Africa



My fees are according to the National Health Price list. Most medical aid funds adhere to these fees. If you want your medical aid fund to pay for my services, make sure that there are sufficient funds prior to making an appointment.

My cash fee for a counselling session is R630.00 per session (negotiable under certain circumstances)

Payment options:

Medical aid schemes


Card facilities

Short term accounts

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