About Us

About Us

Bianca Keeley (van der Walt):

Counselling Psychologist

BA Psychology (NMMU) / BA Honours in Psychology (NMMU) / MA Counselling Psychology (NMMU)

PS0126365 | PR No. 0567981

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Bianca Keeley (van der Walt) completed her Masters degree in Counselling Psychology at the Nelson Mandela Metropolitan University (NMMU), in Port Elizabeth. Her training included working with a diverse range of clients including children, adolescents, adults and families. Upon completion of her internship (cum laude), she moved to Johannesburg and started working in private practice

She works therapeutically from a multi-model approach, whereby an integration of various types of therapeutic modalities are used, in order to help tailor the therapeutic process to a client’s needs. Bianca has interests in a variety of areas of therapy including anxiety, depression and various other diagnoses. She has found many benefits in integrating animal assisted therapy in her process and utilises equine therapy and her Golden Retriever, Harper, is a welcomed ‘co-therapist’ in her practice.

Because animal assisted therapy has been such a success in her practice, Bianca opened The Willow Therapy Centre, situated in Chartwell North Estates, where the calm, tranquil environment compliments the therapeutic process and provides a space for clients to relax and focus on their journey.

In an effort to support the community, the centre contributes to various organisations and she promotes the support of mental health by participating in various television and radio interviews.

Make an appointment or Call: 087 808 8544

Professional Counseling Psychologist in Rivonia, Johannesburg.

Letitia Williams:

BPsych (magna cum laude) / MA Counselling Psychology (NMMU)

PS0149993  |  PR No. 1036289

Letitia Williams completed her Masters degree in Counselling Psychology at the North-West University (Potchefstroom Campus). She worked with a diverse range of clients, including children, adolescents, tertiary students, adults, geriatrics, families, and organisations. Letitia’s areas of interest include adjustment difficulties, everyday life stressors, anxiety, depression, trauma and bereavement, intrapersonal and interpersonal difficulties. She also administers psychometric assessments and works from a multi-model perspective

Nothando Moloi:

Counselling Psychologist
BPsych (MGI) / M Counselling Psychology (PIHE)

PS0142581 | PR No. 0809063

Nothando Moloi completed her Masters degree in Counselling Psychology at Pearson Institute of Higher Education. Her training over the years has included working with a diverse range of clients with different presenting problems such as trauma, depression, anxiety, grief and adjustment difficulties in different scales, involving children, adolescents, adults, couples and families. She also administers Psychoeducational assessments, application for concessions and career assessments.

Chartwell Practice