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The focus of this research project was on the views that Zulu traditional healers and caregivers hold on the role of traditional Zulu medicine on psychosis (ukuhlanya).
The findings of this research provide evidence that Traditional Zulu healers and a few community members (caregivers of those who once presented with the symptoms of ukuhlanya) view psychosis as a curable illness that is usually caused by bewitchment.
Participants distinguished this illness from the symptoms of someone who has a calling to become a traditional healer.
Get an idea into how psychosis is conceptualized in the Zulu context.
Siyabonga Makhanya was born at Esikhawini township (North of KwaZulu Natal)in South Africa.
He studied at the University of Zululand where he successfully completed two degrees:B.Psychology and M.A.in Counselling Psychology.
Main interests: Indeginous Psychology, Psychodynamic Psychology, and Critical Psychology.
He is in Private Practice in Durban
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