Dr Nokuthula Shabalala
Background and research interests
- Psychopathology and race
- Psychodynamic theories of personality development
- Public Health Care provisioning
- Mental handicap and psycho-legal issues
Various courses in the M.A. Clinical Psychology program.
From Boys to Men: men and masculinities in SA (in press): Edited by T. Shefer, K.Ratele, R. Buikema, N. Shabalala & A. Strebel.
Dickman, B.J., Roux, A., Manson, S., Douglas, G. & Shabalala, N. (2006). ‘How could she possibly manage in court?’: an intervention programme assisting complainants with intellectual disabilities in sexual assault cases in the Western Cape. In L. Swartz, M. Schneider & B. Watermeyer (Eds), Disability and social change: a South African agenda.
T. Shefer, N. Shabalala & L. Townsend (2004). Women and authorship in post-apartheid psychology. South African Journal of Psychology, 34(4), 576-594.
Simbayi, L.C., Strebel, A., Andipatin, A., Potgieter, C., Ratele, K., Shabalala, N.,Shefer, T. & Wilson, T. (2004). The evaluation of immediate behavioural outcomes of the syndromic case management approach for the treatment of patients with sexually transmitted infections at PHC centres in South Africa: Knowledge, attitudes, beliefs and sexual behaviour. Journal of Social Aspects of HIV/AIDS Research Alliance, 1(1), 35-44.
Shabalala, N., Strebel, A., et al. (2003). Quality of care for STDs in primary health care centres. South African Journal of Psychology.
Tel: 021 650 3908
Room Number: 33 - Child Guidance Clinic
Email Address: Nokuthula.firstname.lastname@example.org