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Ondersteuningsgroepe

Ondersteuningsgroepe

Coram Deo is ‘n tuiste van verskeie ondersteuningsgroepe wat instluit:

  • Verskeie vorme van afhanklikheid en verslawing soos aan seks, liefde, dwelms, substans, en andere.
  • Beroerte-ondersteuning
  • Huntington’s neuro-degeneratiewe siekte (soos ook verwant aan dementia)

Indien u na ‘n ondersteuningsgroep soek wat nie gelys word nie, laat weet ons asseblief. Na gelang van die hoeveelheid mense wat geraak word en moontlik ander om ons lys sou ons enige ander groep professioneel kon fasiliteer. Daar is byvoorbeeld van tyd tot tyd klein groepe vir persone wat deur egskeiding geraak word en ander groepe rondom Alzheimers en Dementia.

Courses | Training

Accredited by the University of Pretoria, we offer specialised training in a narrative approach that is generally described as pastoral but non-doctrinal in nature. A narrative approach also has application in coaching, mentoring, facilitation, mediation and organisational development.

We’ve offered pastoral and narrative therapy training for the past two decades.

Most programmes are accredited by the University of Pretoria.
Pastoral Narrative Therapy
Continued professional development
Practitioner superivsion
Seminars and workshops

 

 

Campuses | Learning sites

Pretoria (Main Campus)
Constantia Kruin (West Rand)
Kempton Park (East Rand)
Durbanville (Cape)
George (Western Cape)
Mossel Bay (Western Cape)
Lydenburg (Mpumalanga)

Global online (Blended Learning)

Make a difference

Tax deductible donations
Seeds of hope
Professional seeds
67 Minutes – Mandela dayCorporate social investment
Skills development levy

Let’s get in touch!

Head office (Pretoria)

About

Welcome to an embracing fellowship that offers hope.

Situated in Waterkloof Glen, Pretoria, South Africa, Coram Deo offers training in pastoral narrative therapy and professional counselling services made cost effective by the generosity of our donors and partner therapists and other professionals.

 

Coram Deo Pastoral Centre (NPC)
Registration no. 2003/007191/08