Wellness & Counselling

In a world trapped in a performance discourse, little attention is given to well-ness and well-being. Growth and resilience need a supporting environment, internally en externally. You are invited to self-care, reflection and responsible action. Your voice counts and you have the pen to re-write your own story.

Both Face-to-face and Zoom based services are available.


Career Assessments

  • Depending on the client’s life cycle and needs, a selection of assessments would be utilised to provide input into career development, change and transition, career management conversations.
  • Happiness is not just about career performance; more importantly, it is about being.
  • Our study methods offering is available to support learners from Gr 4 to adults.

Counselling & Support Groups

Individual Counselling

  • Utilising storytelling and narrative counselling practices to determine the dominant stories in client lives, finding unique opportunities to develop an alternative story. Walking with the client in realising that the problem is the problem, the client stands in a relationship with the problem. Adopting a curious approach to the problem. Both parties work as equals. The client starts living the alternative story.
  • Focus areas: experiences of loss, being lost, trauma, anxiety, depressive experiences, loss of identity, life transitions, relationships, spirituality, burn-out, retrenchments, uncertainty and confusion.

Support Group Counselling

  • Support groups offer clients opportunities to learn from others and collectively support them in claiming their lives back from the problem.
  • Available groups:
    • People experiencing complaints of uncertainty and confusion.
    • Women dealing with experiences of heartbreak due to broken relationships.

Both Face-to-face and Zoom based services are available.

Spiritual Guidance & Retreats

Spiritual Guidance

  • Working through emotional pain and spiritual discourses to find the true self and start living a life of freedom.
  • Developing practices of solitude and living in the present.


  • Hosting of retreats.

Elna is a registered Industrial Psychologist (PS59668), a Religious Specialist in Christian Pastoral Counselling (D185/18) and Life Coach (GAEST-3777).

Finger labyrinth

What is a labyrinth?

  • A labyrinth is a means of entering a space of reflection and prayer.
  • It consists of a single path that twists and turns, leading to the centre point. The return is on the same path.
  • They are an ancient archetype dating back 4,000 years or more, used symbolically, as a walking meditation, choreographed dance, or site of rituals and ceremony, among other things.
  • Labyrinths are tools used for personal, psychological and spiritual transformation.
  • They also enhance right-brain activity. They are closely associated with the concept of spiritual pilgrimage.
  • People walk the labyrinth for many reasons. Some do it to relax, some as a walking meditation, some just for fun.
  • Labyrinths evoke metaphor, sacred geometry, spiritual pilgrimage, religious practice, mindfulness, environmental art, and community building.
  • Labyrinths are used in a variety of settings such as schools, hospitals, retreat centres, churches, prisons, and public places like parks.
  • Sources: https://www.christchurchlabyrinth.org/ or https://labyrinthsociety.org/

Where to get a finger labyrinth?

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