Marina Milidou completed her undergraduate psychology degree in Greece, then completed her masters degree in clinical psychology and neuropsychology in Switzerland followed by a Masters of Education in Counselling Psychology in the USA. Marina has extensive experience between both her time in the private and public sector in the UK as well as her time in private clinics abroad. She has worked in CAMHS services helping primarily young people struggling with eating disorders, self-harming behaviours, depression and some neurodiversity.
Marina primarily offers third wave Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) treatment modalities and focuses on the concepts of compassion, self-actualisation, emotional resilience, and healthy identity development in adolescence and early adulthood.
Ms. Milidou works with adults, young people, and children with a particular focus on offering guidance when navigating challenging milestones at key points of change during childhood, adolescence, and young adulthood. She has considerable experience assessing and supporting clients with a range of complex difficulties including depression, anxiety, low self-esteem, challenges around body image and eating disorders, chronic pain and health challenges, self-harming behaviours, and grief, bereavement, and trauma.