If you would like to talk to Joanna for available treatment options then please get in touch with us by telephone at 020 8144 3041 or book online by clicking below.
Her experience includes:
At present Joanna Konstantopoulou practices privately in the medical district of Harley street, she specialises in behavioural change; giving emphasis on helping her clients improve their overall wellbeing, develop a rational mindset, and achieve balance in mental, emotional and physical functioning. She offers psychological therapy to individuals, couples and groups with emotional, behavioral and chronic health issues”.
“I am dedicated to provide psychological treatment and I use the most effective approach based on the best scientific evidence available. I have a strong interest in the therapeutic outcome with each client having a tailored treatment. I use a variety of therapeutic tools and behavioral techniques, cognitive restructuring, exposure therapy, motivation interviewing, assertiveness training and mindfulness. My passion and enthusiasm about psychology have helped me at work with my clients building good rapport and have great results in the therapeutic outcome.
Every year I participate in several conferences and seminars and I am committed to Continuing Professional Development. I have a keen interest in learning and applying the latest scientific approaches in the psychology field and deliver the best psychological knowledge in my private psychology practice.
I am registered with the Health and Care Professions Council as a registered practitioner Psychologist and I abide by the ethical principles and code of professional conduct adopted by HCPC and BPS”.
Additionally, Joanna Konstantopoulou as a founder and clinical director of a busy and fast growing psychology clinic, she has developed over the years her entrepreneurial skills. She expresses a strong interest in helping corporate firms with business / health coaching and interventions in areas such as leadership development, motivation, wellbeing, goal setting and decision-making, empowerment of individuals to develop a work-life balance, assertiveness training, work-stress management, communication skills/ active listening and team building.
She is a contributor to a health and well-being newsletter and writer to Health Psychology Clinic’s blog. Also, she is often interviewed about health, coping with chronic illness, weight management and body image topics. She is a frequent media contributor to both national and international media outlets. She has been featured in Cosmopolitan, Glamour, Daily Mail, SheerLuxe and The Sun.
When Joanna is not at work, she loves to exercise and follow a healthy lifestyle. She is an active tennis player, she loves running, cycling and travelling.
I am so grateful I met Joanna. I felt great after the first session. My friend told me about cognitive behaviour therapy and referred me to Joanna. The booking process was fast and the lady at the reception was very kind, I started psychology therapy immediately. I am so relieved that I have learned some useful therapeutic techniques for my panic attacks. Thank you so much Joanna, you changed my life.
One of the best psychologists in town! I had psychotherapy for years and I couldn’t overcome my passion for food and the bad habit of emotional eating. When I started psychotherapy with Joanna she used psychoeducation and taught me about cognitive and behaviour techniques I could use when I feel stressed and isolated at work. Now I have a better mood and energy.
I visited Joanna last year for a health problem with my stomach, I had clear health exams and my doctor said it caused from work stress. I referred to Joanna and started psychotherapy with health psychology and cognitive behaviour therapy. After six sessions I felt more balanced and I am in my way to have my healthy body back.
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