Chryssa Chalkia
Qualifications:MA., MA., Adv. Dip., BSc., Dip., Cert. MBACP, UKCP

Chryssa is an Integrative Psychotherapist and Counsellor. She is passionate about supporting individuals to improve their wellbeing, make positive changes and live a more fulfilling life. She believes in personal and professional development through self-awareness.
Her philosophy is that combining elements from different approaches and tailoring the treatment according to individual’s needs works best.

Chryssa has extensive experience working for private, voluntary, educational and public sectors (NHS inpatient, community settings and IAPT services). She has gained experience conducting assessments and offering Step 2, Step 3 & Step 4 treatments according to NICE guidelines. She has worked with adults and groups with a wide range of difficulties, from feelings of depression and anxiety, low self-esteem, difficult relationships and workplace problems to diagnosed mental health conditions.

Chryssa qualified in Counselling & Psychology in 2006. She holds an MA in Psychoanalysis, MA & Advanced Diploma in Integrative Psychotherapy & Counselling, BSc(Hons) & Diploma in Psychology & Counselling, a Certificate in Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) for complex presentations, Mindfulness Based Cognitive Therapy (MBCT) & Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction (MBSR). She is accredited with UKCP and registered with BACP. Chryssa works with individuals, couples and groups from a diverse cultural, ethnic, gender and age group offering structured 6, 8, 12 and 24 session treatment as well as and open ended face to face and online therapy in English and Greek. She has trained in CBT for Anxiety and Agoraphobia, Trauma work, Brief work, Working with Personality disorders, Eating disorders, Self-Harm and Trauma.

You can request an appointment with Chryssa Chalkia by calling 02071180407 or filling the enquiry form below. Your enquiry will be handled confidentially.

First Name

Last Name

Phone Number



After our admin team have taken your contact details and a brief description of your issue, one of our senior team will aim to call you back, or email if you prefer, within 24 hours. They will discuss the most appropriate treatment options, to help you decide on the right practitioner.
Attention describes the process of perceiving internal or external stimuli and data. We require a narrow or broad focus of attention depending on the type of task we are carrying out. For example when thinking strategically or being creative, focusing on the wider picture means we gather a larger amount of data with which to shape our thoughts and intuitions. In this mode we connect different ideas and concepts, identify patterns and generally experience a flow of thoughts, feelings and ideas.
Read more about ADHD and ADD