Dane Channon is a counselling psychologist in East London, registered with the Health Professions Council of South Africa (HPCSA). Dane has been practicing as a psychologist in South Africa for nine years.
Dane’s special interest lies in paediatric (developmental) psychology and he has completed a three year, applied doctorate program (coursework), in child and adolescent psychology through the University of the Free State. He is currently completing research in the area of adolescent resilience in South African schools.
Dane’s expertise lie in diagnosing and treating neurodevelopmental disorders. Dane is one of only a handful of specialists on the continent to hold registrations in the Griffiths III, ADOS-2 and DISCO developmental-based assessments. He is readily consulted for his clinical opinions on autism spectrum disorders, attention deficit hyperactive disorder and learning disabilities.
Kail Els is an HPCSA registered psychologist working with, and under the supervision of, Dane Channon. Kail practices within an acceptance and commitment therapy (ACT) model and offers psychometric assessment (educational assessments and career assessments) to prospective clients.
Tashmin Naidoo is a Counselling Psychologist in East London, who is registered with the Health Professions Council of South Africa (HPCSA), and the Board of Healthcare Funders of South Africa (BHF). She completed her undergraduate studies at Rhodes University in Grahamstown, and obtained her Masters’ degree in Psychology at the University of Fort Hare.
Tashmin is a diligent and committed psychologist, who offers psychotherapy and psychological assessments to children, adolescents and adults facing a wide range of difficulties and challenges. She has experience working as a psychologist within the schooling environment, students at tertiary level, and in private practice. She has a special interest in working with clients of all ages who present with Autism Spectrum Disorder and is an accredited user of the Diagnostic Interview for Social and Communication Disorders (DISCO). The therapeutic frameworks she draws upon, include, but are not limited to CBT (cognitive behaviour therapy), DBT (dialectical behavioural therapy), Gestalt therapy and various forms of Play therapy.
“Challenges are what makes life interesting and overcoming them is what makes life meaningful.” – Joshua J. Marine
Judy Page is a registered psychometrist with the HPCSA. She obtained her BPsych degree from the University of Stellenbosche. Judy conducts psychometric educational assessments to support learner profiling with regards to IQ, scholastic ability, school readiness and barriers to learning. She also assists with concession applications for learners with special education needs.