While the UK government recommends social distancing, I offer psychotherapy and counselling by telephone and online with a video link in English, in Greek and French.
Some of the things I may be able to help with:
Relationship issues - mainly when there is a pattern of things repeating
Feeling sad, lost and isolated
Struggling with a loss or bereavement
Difficulties with self-confidence and self-esteem
Having trouble adjusting to life changes
Struggling to contain anger or tears
To make an enquiry or to request a consultation, please use the registration form.
My name is Ari Sotiriou, and I can provide you with a friendly, calm, confidential and professional environment in which to talk through your difficulties and work together towards a positive outcome.
I also supervise the clinical work of individual psychodynamic and integrative therapists.
I am a qualified psychodynamic psychotherapist.
I trained at WPF Therapy, one of the leading training centres for psychotherapists in the country.
I practice time-limited and open-ended psychodynamic psychotherapy:
Time-limited therapy of 12 sessions, where we agree on a specific goal for what we need to work on the outset.
Open-ended, is a comprehensive work which allows a more in-depth exploration of one's difficulties. We will agree to end therapy at some point during treatment.
Both modes of treatment involve setting a regular date and time and meeting weekly for 50 minutes at the time agreed. The relationship that will develop between us during these sessions is the core of psychodynamic psychotherapy, and it might take a few consultations for this relationship to emerge.
Both modes of treatment can be on the phone, online with video link or face to face in central London.
My consulting rooms are in central London, conveniently located near Victoria Station and London Bridge Station. I chose these locations having in mind people who need to fit therapy into a busy professional life.
I am a registered member of the British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy (BACP), the UK Council for Psychotherapy (UKCP), the British Psychoanalytic Council (BPC) and the Foundation for Psychotherapy and Counselling (FPC), and I abide by their ethics, standards and practices.
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