|Locations:||Low Cost Tooting|
Naoum Liotas is a very observant, insightful and intuitive psychotherapist who creates a safe space for healing to take place. It all begins with the individual feeling listened to and relaxed. Then a therapeutic relationship begins to develop which is deeply nourishing and supportive for therapy clients. As time progresses, deep healing can usually take place through discussing and creative experimentation. New skills and a renewed sense of being can emerge for the individual through this unique experience. Naoum believes that each person is unique. He is interested in supporting clients to accept their current situation, utilise their potential and go beyond any limitations. An intense transformational experience that brings the authentic self to the fore is what one can ultimately expect. This process is not without challenges at times.
Naoum’s background as a researcher, engineer, project manager and business coach, gives him a special interest and experience 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 also experience with people suffering from chronic illness (HIV patients etc.). He pays attention to the natural rhythm and flow of change and does not believe in pushing people to change. Once clients understand and become aware of their strengths and limitations, a new self emerges to the fore.
Naoum is a Gestalt psychotherapist and is registered with the BACP. He works within The Awareness Centre’s low cost counselling service in Tooting and the NHS service in Wandsworth. He is also available for holding therapy sessions in Greek. Naoum is also a holder of the European Certificate of Psychotherapy (ECP) and a member of European Association for Psychotherapy (EAP) and a member of the European Association for Gestalt Therapy (EAGT).
Naoum offers therapy in English and Greek.