Farida El Ghandour

Farida holds an MSc in Mental Health and Clinical Psychology from London South Bank University in the UK and a Bachelor degree in psychology from The American University in Cairo. Farida received clinical training at Oxleas NHS Foundation Trust in London. She has experience working with young adults, adults, and adolescents from different backgrounds and cultures. Farida implements an eclectic client-centered approach which helps tailor therapy to every client’s needs and unique experiences. Her Techniques include but are not limited to Cognitive Behavior Therapy, psychodynamic approaches, motivational interviewing and symptom-led approaches.

Due to her years of working as a therapist at the Behman Hospital, she developed extensive work experience in the area of addictions, substance misuse problems, anxiety, depression and more. Farida is particularly trained to help clients work on their inner conflicts, issues related with their self-esteem, anger management as well coping with grief and other difficult emotions. Farida is comfortable in conducting sessions in both Arabic and English.

Type of Counselling: Individual Counselling

Session Duration: 50-60 minutes

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