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Need Help Choosing Your Career?

Posted by Chameleon on Tuesday, October 23, 2012, In : Events 
Chameleon has another great deal for you! Come to our Career Guidance Workshop on 17th November if:
  • you or your teenager need help with subject choice for Grade 10
  • you are a matriculant wanting to work or study
  • you are an adult looking to explore a new career path


We are offering a qualitative narrative career work and career assessment.

For teens and adults. R350 (worth R900!)
Only ten spots available. Booking essential.

Click here to book a spot!


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Why It Totally Sucks To Be A Teen

Posted by Chameleon on Tuesday, October 23, 2012, In : Mental Health Musings 
Yep, that’s what I said people. Being a teenager is not easy. I wouldn’t choose to back and relive those days of my youth, even with all the knowledge that I have now.

Why do I say this?

I can name 3 reasons…

1.    Your body does weird stuff.

It’s ridiculous – right about the time that you can start spreading your wings in this world, you body decides it’s time to change. Uncontrollable rampaging hormones surge through your body with little concern as to how this is going to affect y...
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New Teen Workshop: Love Languages

Posted by Chameleon on Monday, August 13, 2012, In : Mental Health Musings 

Feel like you aren't getting through to people? Do you feel misunderstood? Boost your communication skills! 

Boyfriends, girlfriends, siblings, parents, friends, teachers, anyone you have to relate to every day: How awesome would it be if YOU had the power to improve those relationships? 

In my dim memory of being a 13 year old, all I could really think about was why my parents didn't get me, and oh god, why can't I get a boyfriend.

It's a lot different today, isn't it? With the resources I ha...


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About Brenda


Brenda Leemans Brenda is a Registered Counsellor and owner of Chameleon Play Therapy Centre. Here she will be sharing her musings on mental health.
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