“Some really deep soul-searching, but it was done in as gentle and accepting, non-judgmental way as possible. Thank you, thank you, thank you. I feel that this is a turning-point for me.”

“Amazing, gentle and supportive space facilitated professionally. The workshop was enjoyable and real. Thank you.”

“Every time I attend a workshop or lecture here, I learn more about myself and how to become a better me!”

 

“What a lovely space! This has been absolutely life-changing. I have found me again.”

“Seeking help here was one of the best decisions I have ever made. It has undoubtedly changed my life in so many ways.”

We are a Cape Town-based counselling services facility, that offers a range of professional support for recovery from all types of addictive and self-defeating behaviours, trauma and loss and their effects on family and significant others.

We aim to create environments that foster discovery, development and growth. By recognising and utilising available resources, we collaborate to realise the highest human potential in our clients, colleagues and ourselves.

For current news about what’s happening at Prospect Hill this month, read our blog and events board.

heart from seedsEmbracing our vulnerabilities is risky, but not nearly as risky as giving up on love and belonging and joy.

– Brené Brown

Our vision is that affordable, accessible support in achieving freedom from addictive and other self-defeating behaviours, is available for all.

We contribute to this by providing:

Counselling

Counselling available to anyone affected by self-defeating behaviour, trauma or loss.

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Therapeutic Groups

A range of therapeutic groups are available that offer safe, communal spaces that support healing and growth.

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Personal development

We offer workshops and short courses that explore a range of topics relevant to self-development and personal growth.

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Professional Development

Professional development to enhance capacity to manage self-defeating behaviours effectively in the workplace.

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Addiction and its Effect
Addiction is a compulsive self-defeating behaviour involving an all-consuming relationship with a mood- altering chemical, person or activity that has debilitating consequences. 

Chemical addictions may include alcohol, street drugs (such as tic, heroin, crack, cocaine, marijuana) or prescription medication (such as codeine, morphine, pethidine, benzodiazapines). Process addictions may include sex, love, codependency, eating, gambling, work, social networking and gaming.

You don’t have to be in active addiction to suffer from addiction.

Addiction not only affects the addict/ user but a network of others connected to them. Family members, friends, work colleagues, employers and employees also suffer from the debilitating and progressive effects of addiction and codependency eg. ‘adult children of addicts or alcoholics’ (ACOA) who have grown up in homes where there is addiction.

Recovery is possible for anyone affected by addiction in the past or present.

Season’s Greeting’s from Prospect Hill!

  Dear Friends and Colleagues, Although 2017 has been a year with many challenges, obstacles and personal adversities for us, the team at Prospect Hill are filled with gratitude and would like to take this opportunity to thank you – our friends, family, clients and colleagues – for helping us realise our bright and brilliant vision of ‘changing our […]

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The Recovery Quilt Comes Home.

  A year after its creation at the Recovery Film Festival, Prospect Hill’s beautiful patchwork masterpiece and labour of love, known as the “Recovery Quilt”,  has found its way home and found a place to be proudly displayed at the practice in Wynberg.  It is a collaborative work of art made up of squares depicting […]

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Season’s Greetings from Prospect Hill!

THANK YOU FOR BEING A PART OF OUR STORY! Dear Friends and Colleagues, As this challenging year draws to a close, we would like to take this opportunity to share what 2016 has meant to us and the important part that you have played in creating our story this year. It is a story most […]

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