Dr Liliya Korallo BSc (Psychology), MSc., PhD., PG Dip CBT, DBT
I am a CBT/DBT therapist based in Liverpool Street, Central London. I have a Doctorate in Psychology from Middlesex University and an MSc in Culture and Mental Health from University College London.
I have had extensive training in Dialectical Behavioural Therapy (DBT) and is supervised by a Clinical Psychologist who was herself trained by Masha Linehan, the Founder of DBT.
I also have a Post Graduate Diploma in Cognitive Behavioural Therapy from New Buckinghamshire University. I am multilingual, speaking English, Russian and Ukrainian. I am the only Russian/ Ukrainian speaking psychologist in London Liverpool Street, City, Central London. I also see private clients at my clinic at 63 St Mary Axe, EC3A 8AA, office 132.
I have extensive experience of working with borderline personality disorder (BPD) which is my speciality. I previously worked in a private hospital in north London (The Priory) for four years, where I ran a DBT group as well as a Compassionate Focus group.
I also ran Cognitive Behavioural Therapy groups, and assisted a DBT team working with children. I have worked with individual patients with a range of presentations, including depression, anxiety, phobias and Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD).
I have worked in the NHS, with the IMPART team, specialising in helping clients diagnosed with Borderline Personality Disorder (BPD) to teach them skills to regulate their emotions more effectively, improve their interpersonal effectiveness and build "a life worth living". I am highly trained in the DBT approach. I have been taught by internationally known DBT specialists, who have in turn been trained by Professor Marsha M. Linehan, the original Founder of DBT.
In addition, I have produced over 50 psychological reports of high standard, requested by clients or their Solicitors. I can work with clients using, inter alia, English, Russian, Ukrainian, and other Eastern European languages, producing reports in English that have proved universally acceptable in legal circles in cases relating to immigration and minor and major road traffic accidents.
I have successfully treated patients with a variety of presentations, including anxiety-related disorders including panic attacks, phobias, OCD, PTSD, GAD, health anxiety and social anxiety, also depression, addictions, eating disorders and behavioural issues, sleeping disorders, couple issues, low self-esteem, assertiveness, stress-related issues, anger management and many others.
I offer a non-judgmental compassionate approach to resolve your problem. I am here not to judge or criticise you. I will be understanding and supportive. Following my therapy, you will become more aware of what maintains your problem and how your way of thinking affects the way you feel and behave.
Training, qualifications & experience
- Panok, V., Pavlenko, .V & Korallo, L. (2006). Psychology in the Ukraine. The Psychologist, 19 (12), 730-733
- Foreman, N., Boyd-Davis, S., Moar, M., Korallo, L. N. & Chappell, E. (2008). Can virtual environments enhance the learning of historical chronology? Instructional Science, 36(2),155-173
- Foreman, N., Korallo, L., Newson, D. & Sarantos, M. (2008). The incorporation of challenge enhances the learning of chronology from a virtual display. Journal of Virtual Reality, 12 (2), 107-113
- Korallo, L., Boyd Davis, S., Moar, M., Newson, D. & Coulson, M. (2008). Using VEs in teaching historical chronology. International Journal of Psychology, 43, Issue 3/4, June/August, p.460
- Korallo, L., Foreman, N., Boyd-Davis, S., Moar, M., Molify, P (2009) Using VEs to enhance chronological understanding of history in middle school children. In: Cognitive Psychology Section Annual Conference, 1-3 September, 2009, University of Hertfordshire
- Korallo, L (2010). Middle school children fail to benefit from virtual historical fly-throughs. 7th Pan-Hellenic conference with International Participation. www.korinthos.uop.gr/~hcicte10/proceedings/173/pdf
- Korallo, L (2010). Use of Virtual Environments to improve the learning of historical chronology. PhD thesis, Middlesex University
- Korallo, L., Foreman, N., Boyd-Davis, S., Moar, M & Coulson, M. (2012). Can multiple “spatial” virtual timelines convey the relatedness of chronological knowledge across parallel domains? Computers and Education, 58(2),856-862
- Korallo, L., Foreman, N., Boyd-Davis, S., Moar, M., Coulson, M. (2012). Do challenge, task experience and computer familiarity influence the learning of historical chronology from virtual environments in 8-9 year old children? Computers and Education (58), 1106-1116
- Korallo, L. (2012). Using VEs to enhance chronological understanding of history. In Research Studies,Literature Reviews and Perspectives in Psychological Science published by Athens Institute for Education and Research, pp.131-143
- Korallo, L. Boyd-Davis, S. Foreman, N. & Moar, M ( 2013). “Making Historical Time Memorable” Human-centric Visualization: Theories, Methodologies and Case Studies” edited by Tony Huang, Springer, pp.473-513
- Foreman, N and Korallo, L (2014). Past and Future Applications of 3-D technology. Review Paper, Vestnik, pp1-9.
- Korallo, L. (provisionally accepted). “The future application of VEs in Education”, Virtual Environments: Developments, Applications and Challenges” to be published by Nova publisher.
- Korallo, L.,& Boyd-Davis, S., Foreman, N., (under review). Education and VEs. A review. Educational Researcher
- Korallo, L & Foreman, N. (under review). “A comparison of historical chronological learning from three complexities of Virtual Environments”. Educational Researcher
- Korallo, L. Foreman, N. & Leplow B. (in preparation). A pilot study. The use of VEs in treating spider phobias.
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British Association for Behavioural and Cognitive Psychotherapies
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Membership is open to anyone with an interest in the practice, theory or development of CBT. BABCP also provides accreditation for CBT therapists.
BABCP accredited members adhere to the Standards of Conduct, Performance and Ethics in the Practice of Behavioural and Cognitive Psychotherapies, and are willing to be scrutinised in this adherence as required.
Areas of counselling I deal with
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Individual sessions at £150.00
online DBT group 1.5 hour @100.00