Phillip Louw is a Hamilton-based registered Counselling Psychologist and completed his professional training at the University of the Witwatersrand in South Africa. He has experience working in private practice, NGO and correctional environments and has dealt with a broad range of client population types and presenting problems. Phillip has been trained in and has experience working with a range of therapeutic modalities including cognitive-behavioural therapy, modern psychodynamic therapies, positive psychological therapies, such as mindfulness-based therapies, as well as neuropsychological and brain-based therapies.
Phillip runs a small private practice, which include seeing private clients and ACC (ISSC) referred clients. Phillip is primarily employed by the Department of Corrections and can therefore not see clients (or clients how have close relatives/friends) who is managed by the Department of Corrections.
New Clients and BWRT® training
Please note that I am not currently taking on new clients and I do not use a waitlist.
I no longer provide BWRT® training. To find BWRT® training, go to www.bwrt.org.
I primarily work in my Private Practice on Fridays. Therefore, while I endeavour to respond to email or phone queries as soon as I can, there may be a delayed response at times.