Minnie Jeanné Loubser is a Clinical Psychologist, International presenter, trainer and supervisor with more than 40 years of experience. Minnie qualified in 1980 and lectured at the University of the Western Cape, in South Africa until 1989 before moving to KZN with her family in 1990. She completed a second masters degree in Clinical Psychology. She worked in her private practice which she developed into a multidisciplinary group practice. She specialised in helping people with Complex Trauma and Neurodiversity (ADHD/ASD). She also supervised Interns in a Community Psychology project which she co-developed with the University of Zululand.
Minnie moved to Stellenbosch where she had her practice from 2011 to 2020. Currently she lives and works in Switzerland and teaches and supervises Internationally. She’s usually in SA for 3 months per year. Minnie works mostly online but prefers in person sessions (whenever possible.)
Minnie trained in everything she could access over the past 40+ years; Brain based and Body based – because of being ever curious and in trying to find therapies that really work: CBT, DBT, Mindfulness, Hypnosis, Ego state therapy, IFS, Play therapy, Sand Play therapy, Narrative therapy, EFT, EMDR, EMI, Brainspotting, Neurofeedback, Impact therapy, Resource therapy, Developmental Touch Therapy, TRE, Somatic Experiencing and BWRT.
Somatic Experiencing® is fundamental in all her work and is an integral part of all her sessions, whatever other modality may also be utilised. She follows an individualised, integrated, multi-dimensional approach. She teaches EMI (Eye Movement Integration) and Resource Therapy internationally and supervises psychologists.
It has been her dream for many years to bring SE training to therapists in South Africa.