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I am a clinical psychologist and practicing psychoanalyst in the Lacanian orientation.

I have a practice in central London and in south west London (Tooting Bec). 

I work with adults, young people and children who wish to explore their difficulties through use of a talking treatment. Aside from my private practice, I also work in the NHS as Principal Clinical Psychologist in a specialist adult mental health service in London.  

I work in English and Greek and welcome all enquiries.

What is Lacanian Psychoanalysis?

Jacques Lacan was a psychoanalyst and psychiatrist, who founded the French School of Psychoanalysis in 1964 in order to restore the cutting edge of the Freudian field, given that the developments since Freud's death had lost something of the truth that he had started to explore. Lacanian psychoanalysis puts emphasis on language, speech and the body insofar as the body is captured by language, in its treatment of human suffering. The approach is known for its flexibility insofar as it is not regulated by external standards, its rigor insofar as it is a practice with principles and a strong ethic, and for promoting engagement with one's subjectivity and desire. 

To learn more about this approach, please click here (opens a new window) 

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