Anthony S. Nhlapo| Psychologist in Dubai | Priory Wellbeing Centre Dubai

Clinical Psychologist

Anthony S. Nhlapo 

• Master of Arts in Clinical Psychology
• Licensed Psychologist with Dubai Health Authority (DHA)
• Licensed Clinical Psychologist with Health Professions Council of South Africa (HPCSA)
• Certificate in Basics to Beyond: Foundational Course in Neuropsychology
• Member of British Psychological Society
• Member of American Psychological Association
• Member of American Professional Society of ADHD and Related Disorders (APSARD)

Professional Experience

Anthony Nhlapo is a South African trained clinical psychologist. He has worked in various clinical settings in South Africa, including public and private hospitals, community clinics, correctional facilities and private practice. He has over 12 years-experience in mental health, treating various psychiatric/psychological conditions in their mildest to severe forms.
Although he was trained from a psychodynamic perspective, his area of expertise include the use of Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT), Dialectic Behavioural Therapy (DBT) and a blend of psychotherapy modalities to treat various mental health conditions. He provides comprehensive and evidence based-treatment structured and semi-structured plans to individuals, including adolescents & adults. He is also well experienced in couple therapy with special focus on addressing core emotional needs that are at the centre of relationship discords.
Anthony is experienced in conducting various psychological, forensic, and neuropsychological evaluations to diagnose, propose treatment plan and recommend evidence-based treatment interventions.


• Bipolar Mood Disorder
• Post-traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)
Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (Adults)
• Non-pharmacological treatment of ADHD (Cognitive & behavioural strategies)
• Personality traits & disorders (antisocial, narcissism, borderline & dependent personality disorders)
• Couple Therapy
• Sex Addiction
• Supporting adults diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorder

Language Spoken

• English
• Most South African indigenous languages