Contact Details
Name: Engela Elizabeth Coetsee
Specialist Areas: Abuse, ACC, Adjustment to chronic illness, Adjustment to physical disability, Anxiety, Attachment, Behaviour problems, Bipolar disorder, Criminal behaviour, Cross-cultural, Depression, Divorce/separation, Domestic violence, Emotion regulation, Forensic, Grief and bereavement, Life transition & adjustment issues, Maori, Men's health, Mental health, Mental illness, Migrant adjustment disorders, Pain management, Personality disorder, Positive psychology, Post traumatic stress disorder, Professional burnout, Psychopathology assessment, Rehabilitation/injury counselling, Relationships, Self-esteem & self development, Suicide, Terminal illness, Trauma, Victim of crime, Women's health
Treatment Areas: Acceptance and commitment therapy (ACT), Brief intervention, Cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT), Compassion-focussed therapy, Emotion focussed therapy, Mind-body psychotherapy, Online/telepsychology via Zoom or Skype or similar, Positive psychology, Psychodynamic psychotherapy, Schema therapy, Solution-focussed therapy
Client Types: Adult, Afrikaans Speaking, Older adult
Address: 1/310 Tristram Street
Hamilton
3200
Practice Name: Elize Coetsee
Location: Waikato
Email: info@elizetherapy.co.nz
Bio: Elize has worked in New Zealand as a clinical psychologist since 2018. Trained in various settings in South Africa, she has a passion for finding the underlying root of the problem. She combines a developmental psychology approach with symptom management techniques to facilitate immediate and long term change. Elize has an special interest in the identification of behaviour patterns across generations and the implementation of epigenetic resilience.
She views trauma and challenges as opportunities for growth and new insight.
Through the process of self-awareness and reflection, exercised in an warm non judgemental environment, she assists clients with transformation, actualisation and restoration of balance.
Elize practices an eclectic therapeutic approach drawing on various models in psychology in order to adapt the therapeutic approach and goals to the unique needs of the client.


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