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Parent-Infant Psychotherapy

A young infant can present a major challenge to both experienced and inexperienced parents. The goal of Parent-Infant Psychotherapy is to try provide a sense of relief to parents (and infants) struggling with difficulties relating to crying, sleeping, feeding and weaning, as well as other struggles of early development.

I am a member of the Western Cape Association for Infant Mental Health (WCAIMH), a professional organization affiliated to the World Association for Infant Mental Health.

For more information about Parent-Infant Psychotherapy, please contact me.

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