He is a respected psychologist in private practice for the past 25 years continually perfecting his specialisation as a registered Hypnotherapist, Brain Working Recursive Therapist (BWRT) and experience in treating Social Media Dependency. Therapy success is embedded in addressing patients’ core physical, mental, spiritual and emotional challenges.

For the past 25 years Wim served in a private practise as well as education psychological services, co establishment of the Nelson Mandela “Primary School Nutrition Programme”, served to establish the SA School Governing Body system as well as serving on the Executive Committee for 12 years at a Private Higher Education Institution. He also did consultancy work for School Management Development, Corporate team building, tutored as a guest lecturer at University faculties and did organisational strategic planning.

As a registered private practitioner Wim honed his specialisation in hypnotherapy enhanced by Brain Working Recursive Therapy integrated with the most recent Brain and Mind Light and Sound Therapy techniques. He remains keenly interested in individual and age generation therapy and as such kept abreast in working with toddlers, young children, adolescents, millennials, Generation X and baby boomers. The privilege to be involved in Life coaching and sport psychology remains his passion and he is grateful for the opportunities he had to assist individuals to achieve their healing goals and in recent years for athletes to become national sport stars. As a registered educational psychologist he is well versed in assisting school aged young people providing various educational related therapy ranging from bullying, suicide witnessing trauma, discipline challenges, anger management, delinquent behaviour and emotional and spiritual intelligence.

His more than 25 years experience has given him the opportunity to work with individuals across a variety of backgrounds and professions, including, literary people, performing artists, educators, athletes and professional men and women in business-related careers. He has worked extensively with many models of change including classical psychoanalysis, psychodynamic psychotherapy, hypnosis, behavioural therapy, NLP, plus many more as listed below to develop his unique therapeutic approach.

  • Helping people to heal from trauma, guilt, bereavement and childhood hurt
  • Recovery from social media addiction to integrated behavioural health
  • Managing and coping with depression
  • Redirecting subconscious neuropaths and challenges to be cheerful
  • Unlocking the brain to maximise the full thinking potential
  • Improving emotional intelligence
  • Eliminate panic attacks and anxiety.
  • Support people to achieve self-acceptance and self-awareness
  • Assist couples in intimate and fulfilling relationships.

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My registration number with the HPCSA is PS 0040614.
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My practise registration number with BHF is 4660579.