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© 2018 Therapy with Annie | Made by Malaika Boon

Annie Byrne

Registered Psychological Counsellor Cape Town

What can therapy do for me?

Join me in discovering the inner world of your emotions and heart strings. Learn how to uncover and work with your feelings, gain new insights and depths into yourself as a unique human being. Learn to identify your repetitive patterns of behaviour and actively work to take care of yourself in the ways you need most. 


You have the potential to live a life that is full and exciting and joyful. You can minimize the impact of stress, anxiety and other taxing experiences, without diminishing them. Through understanding your emotions, you have the power to build a deeper relationship with yourself and others, and show up in your life as more confident, creative, engaged and authentic. 

Trust yourself.

Create the kind of self that you will be happy to live with all your life.

Golda Meir

We all need support sometimes.

Therapy can be a space where you can empower yourself to be the best version of you.

Things to know about therapy

"What you seek is seeking you" - Rumi

  1. Seeking therapy takes strength and courage rather than showing weakness

  2. It is sometimes feels worse before it gets better

  3. Therapy is not only for people struggling with mental illness. It is for anyone looking to understand their emotions, connect more deeply to themselves and build mental wellness, strength and resilience.

  4. Therapy takes commitment and dedication. It is a ritual, whereby you need to show up and do the work within AND outside of the therapy space.

  5. Therapy means dedicating time solely for your well-being, self-growth and development.

  6. Therapy can feel like a one-sided relationship (because it kind of is). It's the one relationship that you don't have to ask the other person how they're doing. This can be strange at first but liberating over time.

  7. You will not 'click' with every therapist. It is important that you have a good connection with your therapist and if you don't it's okay to look elsewhere.

  8. As a therapist, I come from a place of curiosity, wanting to learn about how you: see, feel and experience the world. I don't make assumptions about your experience but I ask you to share so that I can understand. 


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