Tarryn is a qualified Educational Psychologist and mother of two children. She graduated with a Masters in Educational Psychology in 2011 which required extensive research into preparing her thesis on “The Strengths and Challenges of a Bursary programme in an inclusive school”. She was invited to and presented her findings to SAHISA.
Tarryn is also a qualified educator and taught for seven years as a foundation phase educator prior to starting her own practice as a psychologist. She has been in private practise for over a decade.
Tarryn works with children of all ages offering therapeutic interventions (including play therapy, group therapy, and counselling), and psycho-educational assessments (school readiness, concessions, global, subject choice, career, scholastic assessments). She also has extensive experience in presenting study skills courses, parent, and teacher workshops. Her practice is expanding to include the drafting of parenting plans and conducting psycho-legal assessments.