Rhodes University Psychology Clinic

The Rhodes University Psychology Clinic is a subsidiary of the Psychology Department of Rhodes University and as such, an academic and clinical training institution. We therefore have to continuously balance the training needs of students with service rendering commitments. We work as a team of registered psychologists (in three registration categories – Clinical, Counselling and Educational) and registered trainee (students and intern) psychologists (Clinical and Counselling). All trainee psychologists, Interns and Masters-1 students, work under close weekly supervision of registered psychologists who are either staff members of the academic department of Psychology at RU or in private practice. The psychologists in training forming part of the team, were individually selected to become members of the team based on their interest and demonstrated commitment to the profession, academic record and personal attributes and share a common philosophy and approach with the team leaders.

Nelson Mandela Metropolitan University Psychology Clinic (UCLIN)

​The Nelson Mandela Metropolitan University Psychology Clinic (UCLIN) is a facility dedicated to the education and professional training of postgraduate psychology students in the Faculty of Health Sciences of the NMMU with the end results of registration in specific categories of Clinical, Counselling, Educational or Research psychology. UCLIN strives towards academic excellence by ensuring that students are introduced to and encouraged to develop a comprehensive understanding and practical experience of broad spectrum of psychological, psycho neurological and psycho-educational problems, as well as assessment procedures and therapeutic interventions that would meet the needs of the South African population.

Ministry of Health, Seychelles

The Ministry of Health in Seychelles aims to provide affordable, accessible and high standard of health care services to the people of Seychelles at all times. Every citizen has the right to protection to health and to the enjoyment of the highest attainable standard of physical and mental health. In addition the ministry ensures that the health care services should be accessible to all Seychellois and should be based on the need and not ability to pay. 

Statistics Mauritius

Statistics Mauritius  is the official organisation responsible for collection, compilation, analysis and dissemination of the official statistical data relating to the economic and social activities of the country.

Mauritius Research Council (MRC)

The Mauritius Research Council (MRC) was set up in 1992 (Act No. 10 of 1992) as an apex body to promote and coordinate Government investment in research. 

The MRC acts as a central body to advise Government on Science and Technology issues and to influence the direction of technological innovation by funding research projects in areas of national priority and encouraging strategic partnerships.

Spanish Agency for International Development Cooperation (AECID)

The Spanish Agency for International Development Cooperation (AECID) is a public entity within the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Cooperation, responsible to the Secretary of State for International Cooperation and for Latin America (SECIPI). Under the International Development Cooperation Act 23/1998, of 7 July 1998, AECID is the governing body for Spanish policy on international development cooperation, and its fundamental aim, according to the AECID statutes, is to promote, manage and implement public policies for international development cooperation, with particular emphasis on reducing poverty and achieving sustainable human development in developing countries, as defined in each four-yearly AECID Master Plan. Combating poverty is the ultimate goal of Spanish policy for international development cooperation, as part of Spain’s overall foreign policy, and AECID’s actions are based on the belief that interdependence and solidarity are essential elements of international society.

Health Professions Council of South Africa

Health Professions Council of South Africa

The Health Professions Council of South Africa (HPCSA or the Council) is a statutory body, established in terms of the Health Professions Act No. 56 of 1974. The Council, together with the twelve Professional Boards that operate under its jurisdiction, is committed to:
-  Promoting the health of South Africa’s population, 
-  Determining standards of professional education and training, and 
-  Setting and maintaining fair standards of professional practice.

The Mauritius Institute of Health

The Mauritius Institute of Health

The MIH was established in 1989 by an Act of Parliament as a parastatal body under the aegis of the Ministry of Health & Quality of Life, empowered to undertake training and research in the health sector and health related disciplines .