Dr. Norman Cahi has been in private practice for over 35 years. He completed his BDS at the University of Witwatersrand in 1984, where he served as President of the Dental Students Council.

Dr Norman and his associates offer a variety of dental treatments including cosmetic dentistry and teeth whitening. His practice treats all ages and kiddies love coming to visit him and his associate Dr Chelsea. He is regularly interviewed by magazines and newspapers and is an official sponsor of the Miss South Africa pageant.

In 2018, he was asked to join the Dental Wellness Trust in Johannesburg. This trust was founded in the UK in 2011 and is currently teaching 10 000 underprivileged children in the Western Cape basic oral health care.

Dr Thomas Gahan is a specialist Periodontist providing treatment for gum disease, implant placements as well as Perioplastic procedures. He has been a university and implant course lecturer and has successfully placed over 10 000 implants to date. Dr Gahan qualified in 1978 at Trinity College in Dublin, Ireland and attained a master’s degree in Periodontics at the University of Witwatersrand, Johannesburg.

Dr Thomas Gahan
B. Dent.SC (Dublin) M. Dent (Rand)

Dr Thomas Gahan
011 341 0307 | drthomasgahan@gmail.com

Michael Sissison is an experienced Clinical Psychologist, specializing in adult and adolescent psychotherapy, medicolegal assessments, couple therapy, coaching and psychological presentations and talks.

He has worked at the TRC in 1996 and previously worked as a university lecturer and school educator. Trauma and associated rupture with the capacity to forgive oneself, or not, and a return to playfulness are central interest areas.

He is primarily interested in our relationships to others, oneself, and the world with our search for a sense of home and meaning.

He offers seminars and courses pertaining to our mental health, including the transitional periods we go through in life. These include the emotional transition to retirement and educating people in the sport and entertainment industry about mental health challenges. Wilderness therapy and the reopening of forgotten spaces is a further therapeutic interest.

He looks forward to hearing from you.

Michael Sissison
083 408 1204 | mikesis@telkomsa.net

Janine Berry qualified as a physiotherapist at WITS in 1993, and has practiced full time ever since.

My special interest is visceral manipulation, which is taught internationally through the Barral Institute. So many acute and chronic conditions can be successfully treated with this work. I use it in conjunction with Fascial Manipulation as well as craniosacral therapy.

I have post graduate diplomas in Orthopaedic Manipulative Therapy as well as in Pelvic Health. My studies on visceral manipulation are ongoing: I usually attend courses overseas about 3 times per year.

For further information on these techniques, treatments and conditions that can benefit from them, please visit my website: janineberry.com