Mia Boon

Counselling Psychologist
(MA (Counselling))

Work Phone 021 671 1204
Fax Number 021 683 8215
Email Address admin@claremontpractice.co.za
Practice Street Address 247 Main Road, Claremont, Cape Town

247 Main Road, Claremont, 7708, Cape Town, South Africa

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Mia Boon holds a Masters (Cum Laude) degree in Counselling Psychology (Stellenbosch, 2000) and is a registered Counselling Psychologist with the Health Professions Council of South Africa (PS 0068020). During her studies, she was a founder member of the Psyssa (Psychological Association of South Africa) Student Division.

Mia completed her internship at three different institutions, namely, Paarl Provincial Hospital, Stellenbosch Provincial Hospital and the Centre for Student Counselling at the University of Stellenbosch (1999). She lectured in Research Methodology and Statistics at Stellenbosch University, and was employed as a student counsellor at the Centre for Student Counselling in 2000. Mia took co-directorship of the Child and Family Guidance Clinic in 2002 until 2006, when she became co-owner of Dr. Mark Tunbridge, Mia Boon & Associates. Most recently, Mia founded and is the Clinical Director of the Claremont Practice situated on 247 Main Road, Claremont, Cape Town.

Mia has considerable experience in child, adolescent and family psychotherapy and assessment and a special interest in medico-legal assessment, especially Care & Contact Evaluations (Custody & Access). She currently provides psychological assessment and psychotherapy for adults, couples, adolescents, children and families.

As an accredited Mediator with the Family Mediators Association of the Cape (FAMAC), Mia is able to provide mediations for couples or families in conflict to assist in the resolution of disputes about children (care & contact concerns and the drafting of parenting plans), separation, divorce and related financial issues and concerns. You are welcome to browse the FAMAC website (www.famac.co.za) for additional information regarding the mediation process.


Professional Membership

Family Mediators Association of the Cape (FAMAC)

Professional Registration

Health Professions Council of South Africa (HPCSA)

Treatment Areas

Counselling (children, adolescents, adults, couples)
Assessments (school readiness, subject choice, extra exam time concessions,adolescents and adults vocational guidance)
Medico-legal (care & contact) assessments
Mediation (Accredited FAMAC mediator)

Client Focus

Children, Adolescents, Adults

Range of Fees

Medical Aid Rates