Chantal le Roux
Online specialized counselling for adults experiencing spiritual crisis, addictive behaviours, personality disorders and autism spectrum conditions.
I have an MSc in Transpersonal Psychology, and specialize in addiction, personality disorders and autism.
Most of my work is online, including the work I do as Wellbeing Officer for Alef Trust, Liverpool John Moores University. I’ve worked in educational, clinical and organizational settings, supporting children and adults with a variety of conditions, ranging from autism spectrum conditions to anxiety, to anti-social personality disorder. My main focus and passion is transformation, both on an individual and organizational level.
I offer online therapy supporting adults experiencing life crises, as well as on-site training programmes for large corporations experiencing high rates of burn-out. Lifting the stigma around mental health and educating organizations about the value of creating a truly inclusive environment is central to my work.
My practical approach to healing and living authentically is grounded in transpersonal psychology. Transformation doesn't happen on just one level, but necessarily includes your mental, emotional, physical and spiritual aspects. Creating a life that nourishes you and that is deeply meaningful often entails making changes to your work situation, relationships and environment. In our sessions, individualized practices provide structure and help to sustain this process.
Qualifications And Experience
MSc in Consciousness, Spirituality and Transpersonal Psychology, Middlesex University, United Kingdom, 2016-2018
Trauma Counsellor, Community Intervention Centre, Cape Town, South Africa, 2015
M.Ed. Special Education: Autism (Children), University of Birmingham, United Kingdom
- 2009 – 2012
Applied Kinesiology Certification, Cape Town, South Africa
- Level 1 and 2, Dr Frans Kromhout, 2010
Certified Yoga Teacher
- Matthew Cohen Teacher Training, 2007
- Max Strom's “Way of Life” 200 hour Teacher Training, 2008-2010