Marjorie Moolman

Marjorie Moolman

HPCSA  PS 0124770

PR Nr: 0602795

B-Psych (UNISA); MSc Clin Psych(Medunsa); CH

Marjorie Moolman is a qualified Clinical Psychologist born and raised in Pretoria. She matriculated from Waterkloof Highschool in 1998 and obtained a B-Psych degree (equivalent to a specialised Honours degree) at UNISA in 2006. Her Trauma internship was completed in 2005 at the Orthopaedic Ward at Steve Biko Hospital. During her internship her primary job responsibilities included trauma counselling, family intervention, crisis intervention and she was part of the outpatient drug rehabilitation program. In 2009 Marjorie completed an internship in Psychometry through Unisa in clinical, counselling and educational contexts and under the supervision of Dr FS du Plooy.
Marjorie started working as a Registered Counsellor at SANCA in 2006 (South African National Council on Alcoholism and Drug Dependence) and in 2009 she registered as a Psychometrist.  Her primary job responsibilities during this period included individual counselling, group therapy, family intervention, crises intervention, assessments, coordination of aftercare programs and substance abuse awareness presentations. In Addition, Marjorie obtained an Honours degree in Industrial Psychology at UNISA for non-degree purposes in 2010. She was employed by SANCA until December 2010.

In 2010 Marjorie was selected for the Master of Science degree in Clinical Psychology at the University of Limpopo (Medunsa), which she started in 2011 and completed in 2014. Marjorie was trained from a systemic, integrative, interactional perspective. During her MSc training her practical experience included working as a Student Clinical Psychologist at George Mukhari Hospital (Master’s year 1 training in psychotherapy), and as an Intern Clinical Psychologist at 1-Military Hospital (primary job responsibilities included psychotherapy, psychological evaluation and assessment, group therapy and family therapy). At 1-Mil Hospital Marjorie contributed by establishing   a substance group rehabilitation program.

The topic of her dissertation for her Master’s degree completed in 2014 is: Formulating a reliable Interactional Pattern Analysis: A preliminary investigation on the efficacy of a two-day training workshop. The dissertation was supervised by two clinical psychologists, both reputable experts in the field of psychology, namely: Supervisor (Posthumously) – Professor C.Vorster and Co-Supervisor – Dr W.D. Phipps.

In 2014 Marjorie completed her MSc degree and graduated. She started her community service in 2014 and worked as a Community Clinical Psychologist at the Department of Correctional Services at Baviaanspoort Management Area. Her primary job responsibilities during her community service included psychotherapy, psychological evaluation/ assessment, parole assessment, group and family therapy. Marjorie completed her community service in April 2015 and registered in the category of Independent Practice Clinical Psychology in July 2015.

Marjorie was appointed as a Clinical Psychologist on a permanent basis at The Department of Correctional Services in 2015 at Baviaanspoort Management Area. Marjorie started a part-time private practice and subsequently joined the Multidisciplinary Therapy Centre. In addition, Marjorie also performs private contract work at SANCA on an ad-hoc basis.
In November 2016, Marjorie resigned at the Department of Correctional Services, to pursue full-time private practice.
Marjorie is currently in full-time private practice at the Multidisciplinary Therapy Centre, Pretoria-North Medical Centre and is also accredited as a Clinical Psychologist at Denmar Psychiatric Hospital.
Marjorie obtained international accreditation as a Clinical Hypnotherapist from the National Guild of Hypnotists (NGH) trained by Dr W.D Phipps. Marjorie also obtained accreditation in Brain Working Recursive Therapy (BWRT) from the Institute of Brain Working Recursive Therapy in 2017.

Throughout her career Marjorie attended various training courses, seminars and conferences to help her develop additional skills and to gain a deeper insight into topics relevant to her field of expertise.