The Mannaheim Healing Centre offers integrative health care, which means that we focus on the whole person, addressing your health concerns from a physical, emotional, and spiritual perspective.
In contrast with conventional medicine, we go beyond simply relieving symptoms to address the underlying imbalances and other root causes of illness. With our caring, individualized approach, we will work with you to develop a personal prescription that will set you on a course to health and well-being.
In contrast with conventional medicine, we go beyond simply relieving symptoms to address the underlying imbalances and other root causes of illness. Health is not simply the absence of disease, but a state of higher awareness that opens us to greater wellbeing, creativity, and joy.
The role of a psychologist is to support people in restoring health and balance in their lives and to educate patients to make healing choices for themselves. The body and mind are inseparably connected. Both negative and positive thoughts, along with our deepest desires, create simultaneous physical reactions in the body.
All of the healing traditions offer valuable tools, and the best treatment is one that uses the correct tool for the task at hand, including the practices of both conventional and complementary medicine.
Mannaheim Healing Centre is headed by Chief Psychologist Zelda Language and shareholder of the MHC. Zelda Language has years of experience in every facet of the industry from psychotherapy, psycho-education, consultation to billing and discharge and the planning and/or termination of therapy. She has been in private practice for 18 years and has also been involved in the corporate industry during this time.
Zelda is working very closely with the gynaecology, labour and female wards at Kloof Hospital (Mediclinic) in Pretoria – which happens to currently run one of the best and most sought after Neonatal ICU unit in South Africa. Furthermore she also has a session room for consulting/psychotherapy at FEMINA CLINIC in Pretoria.
Zelda is also expanding to other major private hospitals in the region which include:
1. The Wilgers Hospital (Life)
2. Zuid-Afrikaanse Hospital (Life)
3. Little Company of Mary Hospital (Life)
4. Eugene Marais Hospital (Life)
5. Unitas Hospital (Netcare)
6. Pretoria East Hospital (Netcare)
7. Femina Clinic (Netcare)
8. Jakaranda Hospital (Netcare)
9. The Moot Hospital (Netcare)
10. Akasia Clinic (Netcare)
11. Montana Hospital (Netcare)
12. Midstream Hospital (Mediclinic)
Zelda Language and her appointed officers are therefore eminently qualified to spearhead the company. The Health Spa, which will be established at the MHC, is needed to provide a holistic treatment and will incorporate important holistic treatments of these clients namely therapeutic reflexology, therapeutic aromatherapy, physiotherapy, lactation specialized services and sleep training for babies.
We offer a wide variety of treatments
In the fast paced workplace of the 21st century, the investment in human capital is no longer negotiable, but deemed a necessity.
Companies need to budget and include effective soft life skills training, which includes effective conflict management, communication, EQ, up to and including care path planning and restructuring ( not limited but including retrenchment restructuring of organisations etc) and optional psychometric evaluations,
We provide services to facilitate corporate growth and investment in human capital enrichment, as stated above.
In the fast paced, and stress filled life of each individual burnout, stress related disorders, suicide, loss, and relationship turmoil is rife.
This often leads to the individual experiencing a sense of disconnectness, which more than often results in a form of addiction, fatigue, anxiety, and self-doubt to a point of despair or underlying loneliness. Where loneliness has been proved to be the underlying causal factor of most, if not all, psychopathology.
In the journey of life, most of us are faced with one or more of the elements as stated above. Hence each individual needs to own up to the responsibility to take the first step into the journey of healing grace and personal growth, enabling yourself to live a productive enriched life rife with your own unique potential.
At Mannaheim Healing Centre, we can assist you to take the crucial first step and partner with you in your journey of healing grace.
In this day and age we are all aware of the debilitating effects of trauma on our society, touching close to every individual thereof.
These traumas vary from high-jacking, armed robberies, murders, rape, suicide, death, chronic illnesses, and any other form of loss, including retrenchment.
Hence crisis intervention and trauma debriefing has become a necessity to maintain a well-functioning South African Society.
Loss of work
Loss of identity
Loss of meaning of life
Loss or lack of purpose
Loss of health
Loss of your significant other
Loss of family member
Loss of mobility
Perinatal and Neonatal death
Infertility and Surrogacy
Humans are created as relational beings. Therefore each individual has a core need to stand in a healthy relationship to experience a sense of connectness, which paths the way to a joyful and enriched life.
Unity is the soul glue of all healthy relationships and well functioning societies. The current disintegration of unity in our society, and all individual and family relationships, leads to a multitude of relationship problematics, which may include psychopathology. The huge additional debilitating effect of social media on unity and healthy relationships per se, screams for the need of couple and family therapy, to help restore relationships and families to conducive unity: the building block of harmony and personal growth, including the sense of vital connectness.
At Mannaheim Healing Centre, we are fully equipped to journey with you to relational restoration, as well providing you with a healthy relationship "toolbox" / skills to address all of the above.
Interpersonal Relationship Problematics
Cost Effective Mediation
Effective Communication Skills
The voice of the child
Redefining the family structure
Adjustment to step families