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Stathi - Accredited  Counsellor

Stathi Anthopoulos
Accredited Counsellor

  • Tunstall Studios, 34-44 Tunstall Road, Brixton, London, SW9 8DA Show Map
  • Multiple times available +
    • Mon
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    • Wed
    • Thu
    • Fri
  • Individual £80 Couple £80
  • 43% of enquirers became verified clients

What to Expect

Try one session, to see if you feel comfortable with Stathi, and decide if therapy may help you.


The National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE) suggests counselling for Depression.

Counselling centres on listening to you, and assisting you. You decide which issue regarding your early years or adult life you discuss. An objective of counselling is to help you to speak about a difficulty and find a solution which is appropriate for you.

Psychodynamic Therapy

NICE suggests psychodynamic therapy for Depression.

Psychodynamic therapy centres on the unconscious causes of the problems you experience. It facilitates you in being conscious of parts of your internal dynamics. Psychodynamic therapy seeks to increase your self-understanding to give you options.


Psychology is interested in you and your thoughts, emotions and actions. It offers you psychological interventions and mental health support. The objective of psychological therapy is to help you alleviate symptoms.


Psychotherapy focuses on you, and you obtaining insight into the difficulties you face. It explores your thoughts, feelings and relevant moments in your history. Psychotherapy intends to help you develop or discover appropriate ways of coping.


  • Anger
  • Bereavement
  • PTSD
  • Relationship Problems
  • Self Esteem

Private Health Insurance Registrations

  • Aviva Health
  • BUPA
  • Simplyhealth

Thoughts on Mental Health

Practising yoga for half an hour every evening can be very efficient in helping you relax, as well as clearing your mind and improving your concentration," he says. "The word 'yoga' has been interpreted to mean 'stillness of mind' or 'union', and it can support you to stay mentally stable in times of stress and anxiety, and to improve the connection between your body, soul, and the world around you.
Read More: How regular exercise can help boost your mood
Stigma is so harmful because it shames, ostracises, discriminates, and punishes people for being different. One way to deal with stigma - whether it stems from within or others - is to talk about your feelings with compassionate and trustworthy people. Reaching out to others can be very scary, but you can develop many resources to cope with your mental health condition. You may use these strengths to seek support from trusted family and friends. You may also enter into treatment with caring therapists, where you can work through and learn to better manage your issues (and the resulting stigma). Support from others can help you feel less alone, less ashamed, stronger, and more confident. Sharing your story can also help combat stigma because it educates others about mental illness and makes you more human, as opposed to something to be feared and ignored.
Read More: Time To Talk Day 2015: Ten things you can do to help combat stigma
As children we all had a need to feel liked and appreciated. If this need was adequately met, you probably grew to like and regard yourself as a worthwhile individual. But, if you did not get enough loving attention, or if you received a lot of negative attention such as physical or emotional abuse or neglect, you may have grown up feeling inadequate. No matter what you achieve in life, you feel as if you are not good enough. You may develop a tendency to constantly seek affirmation from others in order to feel that you are a worthwhile person. And, even if you do get other people's admiration, any good feeling usually lasts only for a little while. This is because you have been alienated from what you yourself values and, instead, seek to fulfil other people's expectations.
Read More: Therapists explain common causes of self esteem problems


Graduate Degree
Middlesex University with Metanoia Institute (UK)
UK Council for Psychotherapy (UKCP) Registered Psychotherapist
British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy (BACP) Accredited (MBACP Accred) Counsellor and Psychotherapist (Registered since February 2010)
Institute for Non Directive Psychotherapy and Research (Greece)
Graduate Degree
Aristotle University of Thessaloniki (Greece)
Psychodynamic Therapy
Aristotle University of Thessaloniki (Greece)

Stathi abides by the Ethical Framework for Good Practice in Counselling and Psychotherapy of the British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy (BACP) and the Code of Ethics of the UK Council for Psychotherapy (UKCP).

Location Detail

My Consulting Address is in easy reach of

Brixton, Clapham North, Stockwell, Herne Hill , Clapham, South Lambeth, Streatham Hill, Camberwell, Oval, Balham, Clapham Common, Tulse Hill, Nine Elms, Vauxhall, Dulwich, Dulwich Village, West Dulwich, Battersea Park, Kennington, Pimlico

Nearest Train Stations

  • Brixton (0.2 miles)
  • Loughborough Junction (0.7 miles)
  • Clapham High Street (0.7 miles)
  • Herne Hill (0.9 miles)
  • Wandsworth Road (1.1 miles)
  • Denmark Hill (1.2 miles)
  • Battersea Park (1.2 miles)
  • North Dulwich (1.4 miles)
  • East Dulwich (1.6 miles)
  • Queenstown Road (Battersea) (1.6 miles)

Nearest London Underground Tube Stations

  • Brixton (0.1 miles)
  • Clapham North (0.6 miles)
  • Stockwell (0.7 miles)
  • Clapham Common (0.9 miles)
  • Oval (1.3 miles)

Wheelchair access: Yes

Consulting Room Photo

Consulting Room of London Accredited  Counsellor Stathi

Updated 17 October 2018