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Over the course of my career, I have hosted a variety of events including my very popular ‘Tea With Claire’ events, training courses and talks. Newspapers have used these events for articles, features and photos - all of which you can read below.

Journalists have also approached me as a source of expert information on a variety of topics upon which they have based their articles. I hope that when you read these articles you will find them interesting. I would love to hear your opinion. Contact me.

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Daily News - Diary Dates

Friday, 07 February 2014

A new season of Tea with Claire, informative mornings and high tea, hosted by life coach and psychologist Claire Newton, will start next week. This month's event will be held at St Anne's Guest House, 26 High Road, Berea, off Peter Makoba (Ridge) Road on Thursday, February 13 from 10am to noon.

Following the success of Mastering the Art of Conversation, eminent psychologist, speaker and trainer Claire Newton presents a follow-up seminar entitled Body Language for Confidence. 

Daily News - Diary Dates

Thursday, 10 October 2013

PSYCHOLOGIST, speaker and trainer Claire Newton will hold a second Tea With Claire event in this series at UpMarket restatuant, 40 Gladys Mazibuko (Marriott) Road, Durban, on Thursday October 17 at 9:30am for l0am to 12noon.

It's with great excitement that Durban-based psychologist, speaker, trainer and coach - Claire Newton, announces her new tea-son of Tea with Claire' at its new home 'Market' - 40 Gladys Mazibuko Road (formerly Marriott Road).

Entitled the 'Lady Grey' Tea-son, this is a series of three talks (one per month) with the first talk - 'Mastering the art of Conversation' taking place on Thursday 19 September, 9;30am for 10am-12pm (noon).