BA., MA., UKCP Registered
Andrya spent a number of summers in the USA during her time at university, working with children and adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities in summer camps. The experience profoundly touched her and led her to choose a career path that felt meaningful to her. Along with this and her own desire to understand the impact of her own life experiences, she decided to train as a psychotherapist, leading her to work with both adults and children from all walks of life.
Andrya has worked with adults through charitable organisations such as Mind and the West London Centre for Counselling. Her work in schools, ChildLine, The Place2Be, and the NHS’ Child and Adolescent Mental Health Service (CAMHS), has enabled her to develop specialist expertise in working therapeutically with children and adolescents. She is experienced in working with primary aged children using play therapy and with adolescents using creative mediums and talking therapy. She has extensive experience in working with parents, and in supporting them in their relationships with their children. She has extensive experience as a supervisor and trainer, having taught Child Counselling at The Place2Be, and Adult Psychotherapy at Regents University College.
MA., UKCP Registered, MBACP, ACTO
In private practice Marios works with people dealing with a variety of life concerns. He has extensive experience and knowledge in working with people affected by addiction, sexual violation, disability and loss. He is experienced in offering therapy to people in a range of modes including face-to-face, over the telephone, and online through mediums including email and live-chat. He also has years of experience in delivering training workshops to professionals in the area of emotional support.
Marios’ interest in psychotherapy evolved from his own personal development, which led him to train as a psychotherapist. His passion is in helping people to become more self-aware and in enabling them to live a more meaningful life by empowering them to make more conscious choices in life.
He has experience in working with adults both individually as well as in groups, and has worked for a variety of charitable organisations, including London Friend, Mind, CASA Alcohol Services, SurvivorsUK and the Royal National Institute for Blind People, and Thomas Pocklington Trust.
We are registered with the United Kingdom Council for Psychotherapy (UKCP), and work within the UKCP’s ethical framework for good practice, and are DBS checked.