top of page
Charlotte Moore Photo 2_edited_edited.jpg
Hi, I am Charlotte Moore

Counselling Psychologist

PS0138096   PR 0791016

Currently not available to take new bookings

For as long as I can remember, I have always been interested in how we engage and interact with each other, how we respond to the world around us, and the stories that each of us tells about our experiences. I, therefore, chose to pursue a career as a Counselling Psychologist, in order to be able to work with people on a daily basis to help them navigate life challenges.




Tuesday, Wednesday & Friday

Bedfordview & Online



Adult Counselling

Couples Counselling

Special Interest.png


Bereavement & loss


Relationship difficulties

Adjustment difficulties & life transitions


Career guidance


More about Charlotte


I completed my Masters training at Rhodes University, and my internship at the Counselling and Careers Development Unit at

Wits University. I practice predominantly from a psychodynamic perspective, focusing on your interpersonal relationships, and the connection between past experiences and current difficulties, in order to try to move to a greater understanding of yourself and to find a place of healing.

The focus of the beginning of the therapy process is about ensuring that you are comfortable in the space, and feel that it is a space where you are being heard and feel safe. Sometimes shifts and changes start to happen right from the first session, just by sharing your story, and sometimes it can take some time to start to feel that you are fully opening yourself up to the process.


Once your hopes for therapy have become clear, depending on your needs, I will integrate some skills (such as emotion regulation), alongside the process of understanding what’s behind your emotional responses and making links between your patterns of relating to others. I value that change and growth is possible for everyone. I believe that given the experience of sitting in a non-judgemental, empathic space where we think together about your understanding of yourself, this will provide you with the capacity to reflect on your experiences and responses, and develop your sense of self.

Our deepest fear is not that we are inadequate. Our deepest fear is that we are powerful beyond measure.

- Marianne Williamson

bottom of page