With more than 10-years’ experience working with adults and children, Lesia moved to New Zealand from South Africa in August 2020 and has been with APM ever since.
Lesia’s compassion and care for her clients and their whānau is at the centre of her neurodiverse and multidisciplinary work.
Lesia can help with: neurodevelopmental disorders (diagnoses, therapeutic intervention, and support), acquired neuropathology in children, adults, and geriatrics (diagnoses, therapeutic intervention, and support), children with behavioural, emotional, and/or social difficulties, highly sensitive persons. Individuals and families/whānau, school support.
Practices include: acceptance and commitment therapy (ACT), mindfulness, applied behavioural analysis and functional analysis, neurocognitive rehabilitation, neuropsychoanalysis, pay therapy, body-mind therapies, brain working recursive therapy.
Leslia speaks English and Afrikaans.