Pavlos Filippopoulos Ph.D.
Pavlos is a well experienced psychologist that has got years of experience working in a variety of therapeutic roles and settings. He has worked in private and public sector in the U.K. and European countries in a variety of service organisations.
He is a Registered Psychotherapist (U.K.C.P.), Registered Psychologist (H.C.P.C.) and a Chartered Psychologist (B.P.S.) He is also a Senior Lecturer in Psychology, Researcher, Clinical Supervisor and Consultant. He offers private sessions in Central London in Marylebone W1 and Islington N1 and EC1. He also offers therapeutic and clinical supervision services online and by telephone. He lectures a variety of Psychology topics nationally and internationally including Psychology, Counselling, Psychotherapy and Counselling Psychology.
- Individual Therapy
- Couple Therapy
- Family Therapy and Mediation
- Alternative Dispute Resolution and Mediation
- Consultancy to Psychological Services
Training, qualifications & experience
BSc (Hons) Psychology
MSc Clinical Neuropsychiatry*
MSc Counselling Psychology
Accred. Mediator (UK Law Society/ Bar Council)
Cert. Clinical Supervisor (R.A.P.P.S.)
Chartered Scientist (The Science Council)
Registered / Accredited
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UK Council for Psychotherapy
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Health and Care Professions Council
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