Written by Robin Vanderplank – Clinical Psychologist and TRE® Mentor in KwaZulu Natal. (Scroll to the bottom to watch a 4 minute video testimonial ) ‘Woza Moya’ offers care and practical help to the community that lives in the beautiful rolling hills and valleys of the Ufafa Valley region of KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa – up […]
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The Ufafa Valley near iXopo KwaZulu Natal is a rural area consisting of about 10 villages and appr 8000 people affected by HIV and AIDS and poverty, including orphaned children and their caregivers.
October 2016 – Dr Melanie Salmon, Desiree English and team On 10 October, we began a 6 week TRE® group with 53 Ladies from Benteheuwel, in the urban war-zone area of the Cape Flats near Cape Town.
After four months of TRE®, we asked our trainees to share their experience and this is what they said:
All our trainees are excited about their own experience with TRE® and found it to be of great benefit.
The first two days of TRE® Training for 6 people at Woza Moya NGO took place on the 13th and 14th of July.
Woza Moya is a community-based NGO located in the Ofafa Valley of rural KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa.
Contribution by Beverley Streng A group of Somerset West TRE Providers (Dr Melanie Salmon, Beverley Streng, Tim Knight, Donovan Brown and others) worked together during November/ December 2015 to offer a pro bono 6 week group course to a small group of Helderberg Rape Crisis volunteers. This initiative came about after discussion with the centre […]
Manuela Kacinari Wall and Christine Cornick began working with Ottery Youth Care Centre in Cape Town (for Juvenile Offenders) in April 2015 and have so far run a TRE courses with 20 of the staff and 18 of the boys in their care programme. Desiree English also joined the training team for some of the […]