Dr Patapia Tzotzoli
I imagine a world where we understand and openly embrace mental health in our lives, because the relationship with our mental health determines the quality of our lives and those of others. For years I have dedicated every day of my life to understand and improve people’s psychological health and wellbeing. Let’s take on this task for you together.
I am a Clinical Psychologist specialising in adult mental health and couples therapy. I specialise in assisting people to overcome difficulties, to work towards optimal personal effectiveness, and to improve their overall quality of life. I am particularly interested in difficulties that stem from relationships (with self or others), work or studies. Always evidence-based, I develop therapeutic plans tailored around your personal circumstances. Together we work in a relaxed friendly atmosphere for either short- or long- term therapeutic sessions. Your contribution will guarantee an adventurous and rewarding journey through the world of thoughts, emotions and behaviour.
To date, for my services I was honoured with the Mental Health Psychologist of the Year 2016 award by Medical LiveWire and the Mental Health Psychologist of the Year UK & Best CBT Practice UK by the Global Health and Pharma Magazine Awards.
Training, qualifications & experience
Doctor in Clinical Psychology, King’s College London, UK
Master of Philosophy, Biological Sciences, University of Cambridge
Master of Science, Research Methods, University of Oxford
Bachelor of Science (Hons), Psychology, University of East London
Registered / Accredited
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Health and Care Professions Council
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Areas of counselling I deal with
Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday 08:00-17:00
I teach psychology and counselling students through live cases, where appropriate, and I offer clinical supervision to trainees and experienced psychotherapists, psychologists and counsellors who want to further the quality of their services and improve their personal competence.