Veronica Mmaako Motsepe

Humanitas Graduate


  • HUMANITAS Counselling Course

    Certificate received for 220 Hours

    June 2022

  • HUMANITAS Counselling Course

    Certificate received for 220 Hours

    December 2022

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My name is Veronica Mmaako Motsepe.

I am a Specialist Wellness Counsellor registered with ASCHP.

I have always had a strong curiosity about how other people think, feel and act. This led me to pursuing a career psychology. As a result, I graduated from Unisa, with an honours degree Counselling Psychology in 2020.

Driven by my thirst to become more self-assured and knowledgeable about different counselling approaches, I attended a counselling programme with Humanitas in 2021 where I completed 220 hours of practical training. In the same year, I enrolled and finished an 80-hour course as well as practical seminars offered by Helios Training Centre. To advance my skill with regard to person centred approach, I attended another counselling course with Lifeline Pretoria in 2023 where I obtained another counselling certificate.

Counselling provides a client with a stance to view their issues from different angles. It also allows the client opportunity to make wise selections. Through counselling, a person can openly and freely express their thoughts, feelings, and emotions without any judgement.

 I have faced my fair share of difficulties in life, which have taught me tolerance, empathy, and respect. I value each client for their uniqueness and convictions. I am a caring, compassionate person who is willing to journey with you on your path through trauma, loss and grief, relationship challenges, feelings of worthlessness and hopelessness or general life’s challenges. My greatest desire is to see clients leaving each session feeling understood, inspired and empowered.


 “Beneath every behaviour there is a feeling. And beneath every feeling there is a need. And when we meet the need, rather than focus on the behaviour, we begin to deal with the cause, not the symptom” – Unknown.

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