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Dr Adelbert Scholtz
Counselling Psychologist

HPCSA Number: PS 58157
Practice Number: 8639663

Gender: Male

Languages: Afrikaans, English, German
& Dutch

Range of Fees: According to the tariff
structure of medical aid funds; 15%
discount for cash payments

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Consulting Rooms:

67 Brookside Village
Schapenberg Road
SOMERSET WEST
(Behind Vergelegen Medi-Clinic)

10 Eighth Ave
Boston
BELLVILLE
(Inside church hall of the NG Kerk
Bellville West)

Phone for appointments:
021 852 6978 / 083 583 1476

E-mail:
adelbertscholtz@hotmail.com


Certified BrainWorking Recursive Therapy Practitioner


BrainWorking Recursive Therapy Professionals Worldwide


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In my practice as psychotherapist and pastoral counsellor, I routinely deal with the following common human problems and psychological disorders:

Depression

According to the World Health Organisation (WHO), a depressive episode has the following characteristics:



Bipolar disorder

The WHO gives the following description of this disorder:



Substance abuse/addictions

The WHO gives the following description of substance abuse:



Pathological gambling

The WHO provides the following description of this disorder:



Pathological stealing (kleptomania)

According to the WHO, this psychological disorder may be described as follows:



Phobias

The following description is given by the WHO for phobias:



Agoraphobia

The WHO describes this psychological disorder as follows:



Social phobias

These disorders exhibit the following signs, according to the WHO:



Anxiety disorders

The WHO describes these disorders in the following terms:



Panic disorder

A panic disorder is related to anxiety disorders and the WHO provides the following description:



Obsessive compulsive disorder

According to the WHO, this disorder displays the following symptoms:



Post-traumatic disorder

The WHO regards the following symptoms as typical of this disorder:



Anorexia nervosa

This psychological disorder shows the following symptoms, according to the WHO:



Bulimia nervosa

This is another eating disorder with the following symptoms, according to the WHO:



Attention-deficit (hyperactivity) disorder

Many children suffer from so-called ADD or ADHD and this manifests in learning problems. The WHO classifies these disorders as hyperkinetic disorders: