Iro Michael has completed her BSc in Psychology at the University of Kent at Canterbury, and her MSc in Existential Counselling and Psychotherapy at the New School of Existential Psychotherapy and Counselling (NSPC) in November 2015.
She offers counselling and psychotherapy to teenagers and adults. Although her main theoretical approaches are humanistic, existential, and phenomenological, she often uses an integrative approach depending on the client’s needs. Her training also includes the person-centered and the psychoanalytic/psychodynamic approaches.
She has also worked with several non-governmental organizations (NGOs) which provided her with the experience of working with clients on a wide range of issues such as addictions, anxiety, depression, family relationship issues, domestic violence, loss and grief, abuse, identity crisis, trauma, antisocial behavior and immigration issues.