Bonolo Mophosho is an HPCSA registered counselling psychologist qualified through the University of the Witwatersrand’s (Wits) Masters in Community-based Counselling psychology. She works with individuals; children, adolescents and adults, to assist with various life challenges.
Her work has included therapy in one-on-one as well as group settings in school, university as well as corporate settings. She was trained in a range of therapeutic approaches including; psychodynamic therapy, cognitive-behavioural therapy (CBT), client centered as well as solution-focused therapy. Bonolo works with individuals in psychotherapy and play therapy, as well as conducts psycho-educational and career assessments.
Bonolo completed her internship at Wits’ Counselling and Careers Development Unit (CCDU) working with students and members of the public, offering counselling and career services (career counselling and career assessments), and facilitating workshops on a variety of issues. The workshops included the topics of stress and time management, exam preparation, coping with failure, dealing with anxiety, self-esteem and sexuality. Bonolo has also worked in a high school setting, assisting adolescents through various challenges through individual therapy, conducting psycho-educational assessments as well as facilitating workshops. In the corporate environment Bonolo performed individual psychotherapy and group trauma debriefing.
Bonolo works with presenting problems including but not limited to: depression, anxiety, grief, trauma, adjustment, marital problems, family and other relational problems, and academic challenges. She works eclectically in that each client is viewed individually in selecting the best suited therapeutic model.