Janet -Nel
    Janet  Nel

    Janet Nel

    Janet has been in the psychology profession for 12 years, after obtaining her MA degree at Stellenbosch University. She comes from Cape Town, South Africa, moved to Oman this year, and has joined Al Harub Medical Centre. Janet does individual counselling and workshops, works with couples and families as well, and does critical incident stress debriefing for individuals or groups. She was involved with employee well-being for many years, and is working toward implementing some of these skills in Oman.

How to stay in the moment
    January 5, 2013

Is peace of mind - a contented state of being - within our reach? Indeed! When we look at what our modern therapy techniques advise and discover some recent writings about positivity and happiness, we come across ideas that can make such a difference to the way we think, how we relate with the world around us and how we feel.

Bouncing back from crises
    October 20, 2012

Janet has been in the psychology profession for 12 years, after obtaining her MA degree at Stellenbosch University. She comes from Cape Town, South Africa, moved to Oman this year, and has joined Al Harub Medical Centre. 

Socialising baby
    September 22, 2012

Do you have a baby in the house and feel as if he has become the boss? Do you feel as if your needs are not met, and wonder how to change this? Do you yearn for better structure and balance in your routine now that you have your baby, and to enjoy baby more? Wondering how to reclaim the serenity and order that used to prevail in your life?

The parenting challenge
    July 28, 2012

It is a great challenge nowadays, to raise our children so that they maintain a healthy self-esteem. As parents we hope to do the right thing for our children, but sometimes we also yearn for guidance! 

Psychology Today
    July 14, 2012

How wonderful to have a brand new baby to hold in your arms, to dream about what the future holds for you and your baby – and how confusing, to not feel so good about it, for the whole experience not to be at all how you had envisaged it would be...