The steps to becoming a Psychologist in South Africa. RSVP for our FREE webinar by clicking here for your unique link.
What, why and how?
Join Registered Counsellors, Cherith Langenhoven and Nabilah Davis, as they discuss the academic steps you need to take to become a psychologist in South Africa. They also touch on the career opportunities available to Registered Counsellors, the roles they can play within the community and how to decide whether becoming a psychologist is a good fit for you.
Cherith Langenhoven – The Registered Counsellor & the Community/NGO
Drawing on her significant career experience, Cherith explores the different ways in which Registered Counsellors can work in a community or NGO.
Nabilah Davis – Bachelor of Psychology programme
Nabilah expands on SACAP’s 4-year programme and how it can lead to registration with the Health Professions Council of South Africa (HPCSA) as a Registered Counsellor. She will also share her journey through education and into the workspace and the impact SACAP has had in helping her navigate her way through it all.
In the course of her career, Cherith has worked as a Registered Counsellor in addiction, trauma intervention community development, youth development, psychoeducation and family counselling. Her master’s research specialisation was in child adoption related to family dynamics, and she currently teaches psychology students at a private college in Cape Town.
Cherith’s interest in family mediation practices saw her complete her Family Mediators’ Association of the Cape (FAMAC) training in 2018 and she has since conducted multiple successful family mediations at Wynberg Children’s court.
After studying medicine at university, Nabilah Davis changed direction and joined SACAP as a student in 2010. A decade later and she is now the Programme Coordinator at SACAP’s Cape Town campus.
Nabilah is registered with the Health Professions Council of South Africa (HPCSA) as a Registered Counsellor and is passionate about self-growth and development with the ultimate goal of community impact and upliftment.
Book your place
Join SACAP for our FREE webinar on the Steps to Becoming a Psychologist in South Africa on Thursday, 15 October at 18:00 – 19:00. RSVP by clicking here for your unique link.