Panagiotis Bouzianis: Psychoanalytic Counselling psychologist, London, EC4N
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Dr Panagiotis Bouzianis

Psychoanalytic counselling psychologist
London EC4N
Limited availability

About Me

My name is Panos and I am a Chartered Counselling Psychologist. I am a qualified Counselling Psychologist that specialises in evidence-based psychological treatment and metapsychology. My aim is to provide a confidential space where you can share your experiences without fear or shame. Together we will examine the origins of your difficulties, what keeps them going, and how you want to address them. I will listen to you carefully, help you clarify your situation and together we will think about possible ways forward. I work with adults (18+) and can offer sessions in English and in Greek.

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First Practice
49 Queen Victoria St, London

Issues often worked with

Burnout/Work-Related Stress
Eating disorders
Finding meaning
Health anxiety
Interpersonal relationships
Men's issues
Panic attacks

Therapy offered

In person
By phone
On video

Client groups



Sessions cost between £75.00 and £100.00 (“sliding scale”) depending on your financial circumstances and this can be agreed upon starting therapy.

Training and qualifications

» British Psychological Society (BPS) Chartered Member (CPsychol) since January 2016

» Healthcare Professions Council (HCPC) registered Practitioner Psychologist since July 2015.

» Doctorate of Psychology (DPsych), Counselling Psychology, City University London, February 2015

» British Association of Counselling and Psychotherapy (BACP) Registered Member (MBACP) since January 2014.

I finished my undergraduate degree in Psychology in The American College of Greece in 2011, where I practiced as an assistant psychologist for the Dromokaition Psychosis Psychiatric Team.

During my Doctorate in Counselling Psychology at City University London, I practiced in the charity sector and in an NHS Drug and Alcohol service.

I became qualified in 2015 and promptly after started working for primary, secondary and specialist NHS services. I had the honour of working with people from various walks of life and have significant clinical experience with acute and chronic psychological distress, such as anxiety, mood, personality and eating difficulties, as well as complex trauma and psychosis.

I started my private practice in 2017 where I focused on my independent psychoanalytic training and practice (Freudian and Lacanian) and in integrating CBT and psychoanalysis. I strongly believe that there is a need to focus on unconscious processes and the role they play in our lives.


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