Neziswa Mqoboli

Specialist Wellness Counsellor

Welcome to our journey of counseling for fulfillment, emotional coping, and processing difficult experiences.

I am married and mother of three children. I am a Specialist Wellness Counsellor. I have completed both undergraduate and honours in Psychology at UNISA, Introduction to Employee Assistant Program (EAP) at University of Pretoria. 

Counseling is another way for me to care for and demonstrate my compassion for others. People experience feelings of isolation, exclusion, unheardness, irrelevantness, fatigue, worthlessness, disconnection, undesiredness, sadness, anxiety, and dread. Being able to extend a hand, provide someone with continuity and stability, and support them while they deal with difficult situations

I aspire to create a real relationship with my clients by demonstrating deep respect and honour for the person. I believe in the fruit of the Spirit –“love, joy, peace, patience, kindness, goodness, faithfulness and gentleness” Galatians 5:22-23

As a counsellor, I believe in creating an authentic connection with each individual who seeks my support. This is vital during your journey with me, as it provides you with a safe, trusting, non-judgmental space to be yourself. I wish to provide you with the tools and understanding to feel empowered and overcome situations and challenges that seem unbearable. I believe that every person has the potential to overcome whatever they are faced with; sometimes all they need is a little guidance and a lot of support.

I am passionate about family. Marriage counselling, couples therapy, attachment therapy, and parental guidance are some of my areas of interest. I would also want to work with teenagers and young adult. According to me, good relationships start in the home and spread outward into the society. The finest children and the best societies come from happy and healthy families.

 

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