BA (Vista University)
MA Clin Psych (UKZN)
Sibulelo Qhogwana is a Clinical Psychologist and Lecturer in the department of psychology at the University of Johannesburg. She has worked for Department of Health in Kwazulu-Natal, University of Kwazulu-Natal as Clinical Psychologist/Lecturer. She has also worked for Legal Aid South Africa in Human Resources Department where she provided employee wellness programmes for the organization. Prior to joining the psychology department at the University of Johannesburg, she worked as a Psychologist at the Psychological and career development services at the University of Johannesburg.
Current Teaching Interests/Activities
Coordinantion of the Honours Abnormal Psychology module,
· Forensic and Psycholegal work
- Reintegration of women ex-offenders who had committed violent crimes.
- Victim-Offender Dialogue in the South African Justice System: Challenges, Benefits and Developmental aspects.
- Rehabilitation of women classified as maximum security offenders
- Prevalence and correlates of PTSD in women offenders
- Vicarious Trauma in the legal profession
· Patriarchy and Family systems
· Feminist oriented research
· Adolescent Mental Health
Qhogwana, S. (2016). A narrative analysis of maximum female offender's experience of rehabilitation in Gauteng Correctional Centres. 6th International Conference on Community Psychology
Qhogwana, S. (2017). We are Human too: A narrative analysis of rehabilitation experiences by women classified as maximum security offenders in the Johannesburg Correctional centre. 1st Pan African Psychology Congress, Durban South Africa.
Qhogwana, S. (2018). Narratives of the marginalized: Deconstructing single stories on women classified as maximum offenders. Narrative Enquiry for Social Transformation Conference, University of Witwatersrand.