Theodora Savvidou

Theodora Savvidou
UKCP accredited psychotherapistDBS Checked

Child Psychotherapist

BA in Psychology, MA Psychotherapy and Counselling and MA in Child Psychotherapy

Theodora is a UKCP registered Child Psychotherapist. She has an MA in Integrative Child Psychotherapy and MA in Counselling and Psychotherapy.

She has practiced Counselling and Psychotherapy for over 15 years. She works with children and young people and she provides therapy in a confidential and safe setting. Theodora’s integrative framework combines different approaches such as psychodynamic, existential, attachment based therapy and humanistic models. The methods she uses, varies according to the individual and the presenting issues. Her therapy room incorporates creative media such as art, play and sand therapy in order to facilitate the exploration and expression of feelings and thoughts.

When working with children and young people, she involves the parents by means of regular meetings. This gives parents an opportunity to discuss further any problematic areas and review progress. Aside from her private practice, Theodora has worked as a therapist in various settings such as the NHS, children’s homes, schools, and organisations supporting homeless young people.

She has experience working with clients on various issues affecting their well-being such as trauma, abuse, depression, anxiety, phobias, panic attacks, anger issues, obsessive compulsive behaviour, self-esteem, loss and bereavement, self-harm, problems in intimacy, Autism, Aspergers and ADHD. She has wide experience working with children and young people who present challenging behaviour.

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