Impact Therapy Centre believes that a therapist’s job is to put themelves out of business. We are passionate about empowering members of our community. We host monthly talks at our practice on relevant topics that aim to educate and uplift our community. Jeanie Cavé, clinical psychologist, also appears regularly on the Eusebius Mckaiser “Family Matters” show on 702
Leaving isn’t always as easy as outsiders make it sound. And despite their good intentions, people who ask why victims don’t exit an abusive relationship can do more harm than good.
Resilience is the ability to recover quickly from difficult situations, explains counselling psychologist Ashleigh Yaman.
There’s a big difference between blame and accountability. Clinical psychologist Jeanie Cave says each of these concepts is associated with a particular mindset or view.
Do nice people really finish last? Although ‘nice people’ are liked, that does not automatically translate into respect or influence.
Your sub-conscious thoughts can sometimes stand in the way of your success, says clinical psychologist Jeanie Cave. Being aware of how the mind works can help people overcome their fears and unlock their potential.
Clinical psychologist Jeanie Cave says blended families can be difficult to navigate and have unique group dynamics and idiosyncrasies.
Clinical psychologist Jeanie Cave says most step parents have good intentions but are frustrated because their role in society is not clearly defined.
Finding like-minded individuals to make a family is an important emotional survival mechanism, says clinical psychologist, Jeanie Cave.
Clinical psychologist Jeanie Cave says family interventions often fail because the relative in question tends to feel ambushed by the situation.