Elena Ierodiaconou, MSc
Licensed Clinical Psychologist
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My name is Elena Ierodiaconou and through psychotherapy, I help adults and teenagers work towards improving their lives, whether it be through thinking more positively, building healthier relationships, or expressing their emotions more effectively.
It all began whilst completing a Bachelor's degree in Primary Education at the University of Brighton, where my interest in how our childhood experiences impacts us as adults, was sparked. This led me to complete my Bachelors in Psychology and further accomplish a Master's in Clinical Psychology at the University of Nicosia. This aided me to better understand and appreciate the complexity of the human mind and the reasons behind our behaviours.
I am committed to working with you to create a safe environment where you will feel heard, understood, and accepted. My approach is based on the importance of forming a stable and trusting therapeutic relationship, as it is a powerful and essential factor in your healing process. Through the use of integrative psychotherapy, I tailor different therapeutic techniques to suit your individual needs and goals.
Chances are, if you are here you may be struggling with an issue or just need someone to talk to. It requires courage to take the first step towards confronting your troubles and improving your mental and emotional well being. If you feel ready to take that first step, I can offer you a safe and supportive environment where you can unfold and connect with your inner self.
As a Trainee Clinical Psychologist, I had the opportunity to carry out my clinical placement in a variety of settings providing me with a diversity of learning experiences, on both individual and
These include the Centre for Therapy, Training and Research (KESY), the Therapeutic Community “Agia Skepi” (Rehabilitation Centre), the KESY Walk-in-Clinic and at SKAPANEAS (Centre for Adults with Special Needs).
I have worked with individuals who have suffered from anxiety and depressive disorders, personality disorders, chronic pain, substance abuse and trauma.