Kutlwano Maite is a registered Clinical Psychologist who welcomes all individuals to her practice. She regards everyone’s emotional well-being and mental health as important; regardless of their race, gender/gender expression, religious beliefs, or physical attributes. Kutlwano offers psychotherapy to individuals (children included)/couples/families and groups. She views psychotherapy as a collaborative process that assists with facilitating self – and emotional awareness, insight development, empowerment of autonomy, and as a process which provides psychological support in the process of self-actualizing. In other words, psychotherapy facilitates GROWTH.

“We’re social beings — relational, connected, part of something larger than ourselves. We are not fixed entities, but continuously emergent, complex and not predictable because we are always transforming (growing).”
– Lois Holzman


  • Bachelor of Sciences
  • BSc Honours in Psychology
  • Msc Clinical Psychology


Over the past few years, Kutlwano has worked with patients at:

  • George Mukhari Hospital
  • Weskoppies Psychiatric Hospital
  • 1 Military Hospital
  • Free State Psychiatric Clinic
  • Universitas Academic Hospital
  • MUCPP Health Centre
  • Clearview Clinic

She has experience working in the:

  • Trauma and Burn Unit
  • Gender Affirming Care Unit
  • Sterilisation Unit
  • Medical wards (different medical conditions of children and adults)
  • Children and Adults Outpatient Units
  • Acute and Chronic Psychiatric Units
  • Forensics and State Patients Unit
  • Substance rehabilitation (groups and individuals)


Kutlwano uses an eclectic approach to therapy. She has been trained in various psychotherapeutic modalities and she uses this advantage to meet individuals at their needs. Kutlwano prefers this approach because of its versatility that allows for interventions to be tailored to each client’s uniqueness, their problems, goals, and expectations. Sessions can either be virtual or in person depending on the preference of the client.


  • Mental Health Problems (Neurodevelopmental disorders, Depressive disorders, Mood disorders, Anxiety disorders, Stress- and -Trauma related disorders, gender dysphoria, personality disorders, Psychotic disorders)
  • Emotional Problems (relational distress, grief/bereavement work related stress etc.)
  • Gender Affirming Care Services
  • Couples/Family Therapy


  • Neuropsychological Assessments
  • Medico-legal/ Psycho-legal
  • Intellectual functioning
  • Emotional functioning
  • Personality Assessments


  • Lifeline: 012 804 1853
  • Child Line: 0800 055 555
  • SAPS: 0860 10111
  • Suicide Helpline: 0800 567 567
  • South African Depression & Anxiety Group: 011 234 4837


Payments may be done via:

Medical Aid

Debit/Credit Card



NO cash is accepted.

Medical aid rates apply and invoices may be submitted to your medical aid for reimbursement.

Please note – Cancellation of sessions must be done at least 24 hours prior to your appointment date to avoid incurring any charges.


Contact Us


Practice Manager:
082 312 2216

068 484 0965


15 Kudu Avenue
Pretoria North


Office Hours

Mon – Fri: 07h30 – 18h00
Saturday: 09h00 – 15h00
Sundays and Public Holidays: Closed

HPCSA No: PS 0147834
Practice No: 0987859

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