Teboho S. Monyamane

Clinical Psychologist

Individual Therapy

In individual therapy, I work with adolescents and adults.

Individual therapy is a one-on-one type of psychotherapy that occurs at a scheduled, regular time, usually once or twice a week, depending on the therapeutic approach.

Psychotherapy is intended for people seeking self improvement, want to improve relationships with others,  want to improve the way in which they cope with their difficulties, and those seeking to understand themselves and their difficulties. 

There are many different types of psychotherapy/ therapeutic approaches; the approach I use depends on the therapeutic needs of the individual.  These include, but are not limited to, Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT), Psychodynamically oriented psychotherapy, and Supportive Psychotherapy.


The duration of individual therapy ranges from brief therapy to long-term psychotherapy. Again, this depends on the unique therapeutic needs of the individual. This will be discussed with you in the first few sessions. 

In individual therapy, I work with people with a wide array of difficulties ranging from everyday day challenges to severe psychological distress. These include but are not limited to:


  • Feeling "stuck", "empty", "different", "confused", "alone"
  • Struggling with interpersonal relationships - Difficulty relating to or getting along with others, always feeling misunderstood, difficulty managing conflict.
  • Difficulty understanding and controlling emotions. 
  • Career and work-related stressors
  • Depression
  • Anxiety
  • Trauma
  • Adjusting to changes in life circumstances: separation and divorce, pregnancy and childbirth, relocation, retrenchment, promotion, retirement, medical diagnoses, ageing, death.



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