Shaheda Khota

Mrs Shaheda Khota is a Clinical Psychologist in private practice since 2015. She completed her undergraduate degree in Psychology at the University of Johannesburg, Honours through Unisa and a Masters in Clinical Psychology at the University of Pretoria.
Her dissertation titled “Investigating adherence by parents to treatment recommendations following psychological assessment” provided insight into whether parents comply with treatment following recommendations by a psychologist.
Currently, she is a lecturer at the North-West University, Vanderbijlpark Campus, and is involved and facilitates groups at the Netcare Vaal Park Mental Health Unit.
Her experience includes treating both inpatients and outpatients at the adult psychiatric unit at Baragwaneth hospital. She has worked at the child psychiatric unit at Tara H.Morros Hospital as well and treating and rehabilitating substance abuse patients at Phoenix House, Sanca.
Her community service was completed at various clinics within the Sedibeng area which provided a wide range of diverse clients presenting with various diagnosis.
As a founding member of the British Brainworking Research Society (BBRS) in addition to conventional therapies, she is certified to provide the new and innovative treatment of Brain Working Recursive Therapy (BWRT)

Mrs Shaheda Khota works extensively in providing assessments and individual /play therapy to children and adolescents. Her passion for assisting children with emotional and behavioural difficulties lies in using a multi-dimensional approach which is visible through the results which are achieved.
Shaheda Khota
B.A. (Hons.) M.A. (Clin. Psych.)
PR No. 0575046
PS No. 0123544

Prof Hayley Walker-Williams


Prof Hayley Walker-Williams is a practicing Clinical Psychologist since 2000. Her expertise includes psychological disorders and specifically trauma, depression, grief and relationship issues.

She currently serves as deputy director and senior lecturer within the School of Psychosocial Health at the North-West University, Vanderbijlpark Campus. She is involved and facilitates groups at the Netcare Vaal Park Mental Health Unit.

Prof Walker-Williams has written several peer-reviewed journal articles and has presented her work both nationally and internationally.

Prof Hayley Walker-Williams
B.A. (Hons) M.A. (Clin. Psych.) Ph.D (Psych.)
PR No. 8645663
PS No. 0067660