Counsellor CCSA Reg. Nr: IR 0812
The AMRC Consultancy is headed up by Ali Murray – Solutions based counsellor. Ali focuses on finding solutions to the problems that brought couples and individuals to seek therapy. Ali’s key strength is her ability to provide support and guidance in a direct, practical and relevant way, rapidly identifying relational opportunities and risk. Ali has years and a wealth of experience in counselling and mentoring. Ali believes in working with humility, empathy, dignity, determination and grace.
16 years in facilitation founded on the principles of support and guidance;
Rapidly identifying relational opportunities and risk; deciding on a plan of action; activating the plan with internal or external learning opportunities; monitoring plan;
Inspiring people to connect, commit and collaborate with each other;
Working with individuals of all races and cultures in key positions who need to fast track their skills, and assisting teams to develop a respect for diversity;
Ali is caring, discreet, professional, friendly and has a wonderful way of making people feel at ease and comfortable, giving people the opportunity to engage fully with her;
Working closely with multi-disciplinary teams ensuring that clients get the best support available;
Ali is the author of fictional and non-fictional books on relationships that are available in paperback directly from the consultancy.
At the AMRC Consultancy we believe in giving you access to the best possible support and draw from a range of disciplines including; communication; medical; financial and legal professionals. We work as a team or with the specialist skills of one practice. Our approach enables us to take on challenges which require a range of capabilities in an integrated way.
Prof Gérard Labuschagne
Professor Gérard Labuschagne PhD is a Director of L&S Threat Management, South Africa’s first sole purpose workplace violence threat assessment and management consultancy. L&S consults on cases, provides training and assists companies with workplace violence policies. He was the Section Head of the South African Police Service’s (SAPS) specialized Investigative Psychology Section (IPS) for 14 years and resigned on the rank of a Brigadier.
Prof Gérard Labuschagne
Advisor to AMRC Consultancy
Prior to joining the South African Police Service
he was employed as a consultant Clinical Psychologist at Weskoppies Psychiatric Hospital in Pretoria. He is a Clinical Psychologist with the Health Professions Council of South Africa and the British Psychological Society
and a criminologist. He is an admitted Advocate of the High Court. He currently holds an honorary associate professorship at the WITS Division of Forensic Medicine and Pathology. He is a member of the Association of European Threat Assessment Professionals. He serves on the editorial boards of local and international professional peer-reviewed journals. He has been trained as a homicide and death investigator by the Los Angeles Sheriff’s Department
and as a Hostage Negotiator by the SAPS.He holds a Diploma in Criminal Justice and Forensic Auditing obtained from the then Rand Afrikaans Universitya Bachelors Degree Majoring in Psychology and Criminology from the University of Pretoriaan Honours Degree in Psychology from the University of Pretoriaan LLB from UNISAa Masters Degree in Clinical Psychology from the University of Pretoriaa Masters Degree in Criminology from the University of Pretoria and a PhD in Psychology from the University of Pretoria.