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Dr Chloe Paidoussis Mitchell CPsychol, AFBPsS
Counselling Psychologist / Executive Coach 

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Dr Chloe Paidoussis-Mitchell is a Chartered Counselling Psychologist, an Associate Fellow of the British Psychological Society and an Executive Coach with 25 years experience in the field. She is an Associate for The Work Psychologists and the author of their 6 part series on “Thriving through Grief for Leaders.” 

She was born & raised in Athens and now lives in London where she runs a successful private practice, offering therapy & executive coaching to clients from all over the world, to help them overcome impoverished Mental Health & foster personal effectiveness at work and in life. 

She is the author of a number of articles on mental health & has appeared on CNN, BBC Radio 2’s Breakfast Show and in a number of radio talk shows and podcasts, as well as in print for Huffington Post, Daily Telegraph & The Guardian discussing Mental ill Health.  She has recently led a Guardian Masterclass on “How to cope with grief and loss” and is authoring an expert led book on Mental Health. 

Dr Chloe has worked in Finance, Law, Retail, Management Consultancy, Media, Banking, Corporate Real Estate, Transport, Local Government and Insurance to raise awareness on Mental Health and foster a people first culture. She regularly runs webinars on depression, stress, anxiety, grief, mental fitness & resilience. 

In her Executive Coaching, Dr Chloe combines her clinical skills with her background in organisational psychology and offers a “therapeutic coaching” approach which is a hybrid of coaching and therapy, helping clients reflect on what meeting their potential means, how to get to be the person they want to be, how to make a meaningful contribution personally and professionally and how to cope with burnout, issues of mental health and depleted resilience. 

Dr Chloe is a senior lecturer at the Existential Academy & New School of Psychotherapy and Counselling in London, and has been a visiting lecturer on Cambridge University Executive MBA teaching Mental Fitness and Resilience for Mental Health & Wellbeing.  

Dr Chloe was awarded a Doctorate in Counselling Psychology in 2010, hold a BA(hons) in Psychology and has a background of working for the BBC for a number of years as a Learning Development Consultant and Coach - employed on International projects and for BBC News. She was trained by the Mod as Trauma De-Briefer and conducted her Qualitative Phd research study which was published in the The Psychology of Traumatic Loss. 

Dr Chloe enjoys working with people from all over the world, with diverse stories to help them philosophically reflect on what contributes to their personal effectiveness and resilience and apply psychologically informed tools and strategies to overcome blocks and challenges.

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