|Locations:||Low Cost Tooting, TAC Tooting, Bayswater, London Bridge|
Naoum Liotas is an observant, insightful and intuitive psychotherapist who creates a safe space for healing to take place. In the first few sessions, you will explore if you are a good match. Therapy is all about building the therapeutic alliance – that is the relationship and the connection which will support you through any issues you might be facing. Self-exploration will nourish and support you at a deeper level. As time progresses, healing takes place almost inconspicuously through discussing and creative experimentation. New skills and a renewed sense of being emerge for the individual through this unique experience. Naoum is interested in supporting clients to accept their current situation, utilise their potential and go beyond any limitations.
Naoum’s background as a researcher, project manager and business coach, gives him a special interest in work-related issues, burn-out, stress and communication issues. With a deep understanding of self-esteem, sexual orientation and gender issues, he believes that safely coming out as our true selves is the result of any successful therapeutic process. He has experience with LGBTQI+ issues, people suffering from chronic illness (HIV+ and cancer patients) and has worked in the IAPT counselling service. He pays attention to the natural rhythm and flow of change. A client gains greater awareness as to their strengths and limitations and can at times expect a new self to emerge to the fore.
Naoum is a qualified Gestalt psychotherapist with a four year certificate in Gestalt Psychotherapy and is qualified in Gestalt coaching. He is registered with the BACP. He has worked within the low cost counselling service of The Awareness Centre and he currently is in private practice at TAC Tooting, Bayswater and London Bridge. He is also available for holding therapy sessions in Greek.
Naoum is also a holder of the European Certificate of Psychotherapy (ECP), a member of European Association for Psychotherapy (EAP) and a member of the European Association for Gestalt Therapy (EAGT) where he has also qualified as a GPO (Gestalt Practitioner in Organisations).