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Individual & Couple 

Cognitive Behavioural Therapy Practice

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About me

I have 17 years of experience working in the mental health field both in the UK as well as in Greece and throughout this time I have worked in primary, secondary and tertiary care. I acquired extensive experience as a High Intensity therapist in an NHS London based IAPT service providing one to one, couple- based and group Cognitive Behavioural therapy, as well as offering clinical supervision to other CBT practitioners. 

After completing an MSc in Human Neuroscience, I held research-based positions both in academic as well as NHS settings and I am committed to offering evidence-based therapy in my practice. Cognitive Behavioural Couples Therapy is a recommended treatment by the National Institute of Health and Care Excellence (NICE) for depression when there is also couple distress and there is considerable research that shows a reciprocal relationship between individual and relationship difficulties.

I had the opportunity to work with Professor Don Baucom, Dr. Michael Worrell and Professor Sarah Corrie at the Central London CBT Training Centre in developing the  first effectiveness study and service evaluation of a cognitive behavioural, couple-based treatment for depression provided in London IAPT services. My clinical and research experience has made me a strong believer that behavioural couple therapy tools and interventions can help improve communication between partners, increase relationship satisfaction and alleviate personal difficulties.

An area of particular interest for me is offering support to women and men who may struggle during the perinatal period. Having a baby is an exciting but can also be a challenging time for many parents who may experience worry, anxiety or symptoms of post-natal depression while going through this major transition in their lives. Although, this can feel like a lonely experience that may seem difficult to manage at the time, therapy can provide a safe space to explore these emotions and offer additional tools and coping techniques to help make the adjustment easier. 

Many people may feel daunted by the process of seeking support for their difficulties because therapy involves sharing difficult emotions with the aim of challenging sometimes strongly held beliefs and behaviour patterns. Developing a trusting therapeutic relationship that best enables clients to achieve this, through offering a professional, safe and non-judgemental space is of vital importance for me. I feel grateful for the opportunity clients give me to share this journey with them towards reaching their goals in life.

Therapy sessions are offered in English and Greek.

  • BSc (Hons) Psychology – University of Bath

  • MSc Human Neuroscience – Royal Holloway University of London

  • Postgraduate Diploma in Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (IAPT Programme) – Royal Holloway University of London

  • Post Qualification Training in Behavioural Couples Therapy – The Central London CBT Training Centre

  • Post Qualification Certificate in CBT supervision – The Central London CBT Training Centre

  • BABCP Accredited (Membership No: 140822)

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