My name is Philip Karahassan and I am a registered, (MBACP) fully insured Psychotherapist, psychologist, counsellor and founder of Therapy in London. I am a member of the BPS, and am a member and follow the BACP code of ethics.
This page is for you to get a better understanding of me as a therapist, so as to help you to decide if I am the right therapist for you.
My love of psychology grew from my undergraduate degree in Cultural History; learning about how others lived and, more so, acted within society.
I undertook a Postgraduate Diploma in Psychotherapy and Counselling, at Regents University London, before being awarded an MSc in Psychology from the University of East London.
In my experience, I have found that it is not enough to just try and fix our problems in the short term. We must look to challenge our inner barriers to help us relate to the world, others and indeed ourselves in a more authentic way. As a therapist, I provide a safe space in which we can start to re-evaluate long-standing negative thought patterns. Essentially offering that first step for you to find your own unique happiness.
Practice Locations and Contact Information
If you would like more information on my practices please visit my contact page or the link above.
Alternatively, if you have any questions or wish to book a session please do not hesitate to contact me:
Phone: 07786 440 737
City and East London Bereavement Service, part of Barts NHS trust at the City Hospital in London.
Elms in Leyton, providing short term therapy treatment to people living within Waltham Forest.
Qalb Centre, providing short term drug and alcohol intervention to residents living within Waltham Forest.
I opened my private practice in December 2014 and see clients throughout London.
Please see my contact page for more information
University of East London: MSc: Psychology
Regent’s University: Post graduate diploma: Integrative Psychotherapy and Counselling.
Regent’s University: Foundations Certificate Psychotherapy and Counselling.
Brighton University: BA: Cultural Historical Studies.
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