Micaela Tadmor

Registered Counsellor with the ASCHP (SWC20/738) and CCSA (CO 20816). Graduate member of the British Psychological Society with the title MBPsS (559746). Member of SACE to practice as a therapist (12687998). Having graduated Cum Laude with an Honours degree in Psychology, I now provide counselling to children, adolescents, adults, families and couples at an individual and group level. Being passionate about people and the challenges we face in our daily lives, my goal is to guide and provide the tools needed to help navigate the choppy waters called life!


I have completed a variety of courses including:

  • Lifeline Personal Growth course

  • Lifeline Counselling Skills course

  • Hope House Basic Counselling Skills course

  • Hope House Grief and Loss course

  • Hope House Play Therapy course. 

Key Skills

  • Counselling

  • Social Emotional Learning

  • Solution Focused Therapy

  • Trauma Counselling

  • Needs and Risk Assessment

  • Interpersonal Communication

  • Cognitive Behavioural Therapy

  • Play Therapy


Counsellor at a Pre and Primary School in Cape Town, South Africa. I ran both individual and group counselling sessions with children aged between 4 years old and 12 years old. 

Previously a volunteer counsellor at Hope House Counselling Centre where I engaged in Individual Counselling, Play Therapy, Couples Counselling, Family Counselling, Grief and Loss Counselling and Trauma Counselling. I saw adults, couples, families, adolescents and children.


I have assisted in running a group counselling program with a clinical social worker for tweens aged between 10 and 13 years old. The focus was to help these individuals who struggled with socialising to develop the necessary skills and emotional maturity to build up their self-esteem. My responsibilities included assisting in developing the program each week which aimed to promote social-emotional learning and an increased sense of self.


I assisted in running a career counselling program at a primary school in Cape Town. The aim was to encourage the Grade 7 learners to set realistic goals and prepare for their futures. I developed fun and interactive programs for each week in order to educate the children about a variety of careers. 

Autism Spectrum Disorder has a wide range of clinical presentations. I was part of an organization that aimed to help individuals on the spectrum who lacked social or emotional skills in daily life. The goal of each visit was to help the individual develop social skills and build self-confidence so that they would be able to interact with others appropriately.


2015 - 2016 (UNISA)

Bachelor of Honours in Psychology

2012-2014 (UCT)

Bachelor of Social Science Majoring in Psychology and Sociology

Professional Registrations

CCSA - Council for Counsellors in South Africa

Registration Number: CO 20816

ASCHP - Association for Supportive Counsellors and Holistic Practitioners (SAQA Recognised)

Registration Number: SWC20/738

BPS - British Psychological Society

Registration Number: MBPsS 559746

SACE - South African Council for Educators (to practice as a therapist)

Registration Number: 12687998