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“It is not primarily our physical selves that limit us but rather our mindset about our physical limits.” –Ellen J. Langer

About Me
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I am an HCPC registered Clinical and Counselling Psychologist, treating adolescents and adults, both in individual psychotherapy and parents’ consultations.

I have over 15 years of experience working in different settings such as inpatient and outpatient clinics as well as private practice. Throughout my career I have treated teenagers and adults coping with a wide range of challenging life events and conditions such as interpersonal conflicts, divorce and separation, bereavement and loss, traumatic events, sexual orientation conflicts, low self-esteem, immigration and relocation challenges and many more.  
In addition, I gained experience in working with a wide range of mental conditions such as:

  • Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)

  • Mood and Affective difficulties (e.g., Depression)

  • Anxiety disorders (e.g., panic disorder, social anxiety, obsessive compulsive disorder) 

  • Adjustment disorder

  • Chronic Pain

  • Self-harming behaviors and Suicidality

  • Personality disorders

  • High-functioning autistic spectrum disorder

  • Conduct disorder

What works in therapy? What are the factors that initiate the change? What makes the therapy effective for the client?

Being very invested in this issue, and from the wish to be present for my clients, in the right, most suitable and adaptive way, I have learnt, specialized and expertized in various therapeutic modalities, amongst them psychodynamic psychotherapy, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Acceptance Commitment Therapy (ACT), Eye Movement Desensitization Reprocessing (EMDR), Biofeedback and more.

Another approach I integrate in my therapeutic work stems from practice and knowledge I have gained in Buddhist philosophy, from which mindfulness has derived

Although, there is no one answer to what makes therapy effective, there is a consensus that an open, trustworthy, accepting, containing, empathetic therapeutic relationship is a key to a fruitful therapy.

I am well aware of the difficulty and concerns which accompany when applying to seek therapy. Trusting and sharing secrets of the heart with a professional, nonetheless a stranger, is difficult. It may also be difficult to admit that one needs therapy. 

Thus, I firstly emphasis in my work the therapeutic relationship. My professional world view is side by side with me being an expert in psychology, the client himself is an expert of his experiences. Thus, my belief is that therapy is a common venture of inquiring the client’s inner world, of experiences, in an authentic, respectful, interested and empathetic manner.

After a thorough introductory meeting (intake), I would wish to create an open dialogue with you, as to the therapeutic objectives and goals you wish to attain from the therapy. Together we would consider the right proper way and pace for you, by which these goals can be attained.



The London Clinical Psychology Practice

Golders Green, London

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