I know that asking for help can be difficult. I offer a non-judging, confidential and professional service,” Paul explains. With international and local experience, he offers an empathetic service for a variety of psychological needs, including depression, anxiety, adjustment, identity and marriage counselling.
He is also a specialist facilitator for personal and group development, covering parenting, design thinking, creativity, conflict resolution and problem-solving.
With a strong background and interest in business psychology, Paul is able to offer psychometric assessments to guide your child in choosing the right subjects and courses.
When Clifton College opened in 2002, a decision was taken to provide a scholarship to a learner from Addington Primary School. Awarded annually, the Gail Teunissen Scholarship has since become a remarkable success story, positively affecting not only the lives of its recipients but the lives of their families and communities.
As part of the gender-based violence awareness campaign, a black flag will be raised at Clifton on Thursday 6 August, signalling our school’s stand against gender-based violence. The flag will fly for the month of August.
The Head Boy and a Prep School boy raised the flag early this morning and an assembly was held later on. The black flag temporarily replaces the Clifton flag.