Amy Caitlin de Wet

 Amy de Wet is an Educational Psychologist with a special interest in psychological assessments, child psychology, and trauma. 

Amy de Wet’s Highlights:

  • Presenting at an International Conference regarding traumatic brain injury and expressive arts therapy ( Russia 2016)
  • Master’s in Educational Psychology from the University of Johannesburg
  • Working within the field of Neurodiversity and mental health

Professional experience

Amy de Wet works in varied settings offering valuable psychotherapeutic services to children, adolescents, adults, and their families. Focusing on school-related communities, Amy works directly with her clients, offering safety and containment as they process their internal and external worlds. Amy also works within the Neurodiverse community offering training, therapy, and support for parents, teachers, and individuals with neurodiversity. Amy believes in the use of expressive arts in the work that she does and incorporates this beneficial medium into her work. Amy draws from a variety of theories including psychoanalytic, DBT, CBT, and mindfulness.


Lefika La’Phodisa: Community Art Counselling Certificate

Speech and Drama College South Africa: Speech and Drama Teacher Licentiate


University of Johannesburg: Master’s in Educational Psychology (cum laude)

University of South Africa: Honours in Psychology

University of Witwatersrand: Bachelors in Performing and Visual Arts

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