BA (Psychology, Afrikaans-Nederlands & Biblical Studies), HED, BA Hons (Psychology), MA (Counselling Psychology), Master’s degree in Online and Distance Education (MAODE), PhD (Psychology)
Prof dr Joubert is a registered Counselling Psychologist in private practice who obtained her Master’s degree from UNISA and later went on to obtain her Ph.D in Psychology from Northwest University. Prof dr Joubert is a well-known speaker on the effects of trauma and the development of Dissociative Identity Disorder. She is also a post-graduate supervisor for the South African Theological Seminary (SATS).
She is an executive board member of the Council of Pastoral and Spiritual Counsellors (CPSC) and a board member of the Association of Christian Religious Practitioners (ACRP). She is also a board member of the European Movement Of Christian Anthropology, Psychotherapy and Psychology (EMCAPP).
She is a lifelong honorary member of The Red Cross Society and also a member of organizations such as the Psychological Society of South Africa (PsySSA), and the International Society for the Study of Trauma and Dissociation (ISSTD).
Her recent publications include:
Joubert, Nicolene L. 2018. “The Value of Applied Christian Community Psychology in Healthcare” and “Ethical dilemmeas and pastoral counselling in the healthcare environment.” In Proceedings of the 2nd Biennial South African Conference on Spirituality and Healthcare, edited by André de la Porte, Nicolene Joubert and Annemarie Oberholzer
Prof dr Joubert received an honorary award in 2018 from Die Afrikaanse Protestantse Akademie NPC for her dedication and contribution to the fields of Christian psychology and Christian counselling (2001-2008).