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I am Dr Fatemeh Azizi, a registered chartered psychologist with years of working experience in the UK National Health Service. I obtained my Graduate Diploma in Psychology in 2016 followed by a Doctorate in Psychology from the Anglia Ruskin university. As a registered member of the British Psychological Society, my area of clinical expertise is providing mental health support to individuals with anxiety disorders, depression, addiction, anger management, personality disorders, phobia, post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), obsessive compulsive disorder (OCD) and more.

I provide treatment in English as well as Persian (Farsi, Dari). 

I have years of clinical experience of providing psychological support to individuals at Central and North West London NHS Foundation Trust.  I work as a post-doctoral research associate in Anglia Ruskin University, conducting research on ethnic minorities and issues of immigration and mental health. I work in partnership with Buckinghamshire New University, University of Bolton, St Mary’s University and Regent College, conducting lectures for under and post graduate students.

I am a member of British Psychological Society and a fellow member of European Group For The Study of Deviance And Social Control. I have peered reviewed academic articles on Journal of Gender-Based Violence and published multiple articles on the persistence of social and structural harm on ethnic minorities in the UK. I also regularly present at international conferences and facilitate various symposiums about Migration World.

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The client can explore various aspects of their life and feelings in the counselling sessions, talking about them freely and openly in a way that is rarely possible with friends or family. Bottled up emotions such as anger, anxiety, grief, and embarrassment can become very intense, and counselling allows you to explore them in order to make them more understandable. The counsellor will encourage the expression of feelings and will be able to accept and reflect the client’s problems without becoming burdened by them as a result of their training.

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Online therapy, also known as e-therapy, e-counseling, teletherapy, or cyber-counseling, is the delivery of mental health services and support via the internet. Email, text messaging, video conferencing, online chat, messaging, and internet phone can all be used to provide services. Online therapy can take place in real time, such as through phone calls and text messages, or in a time-delayed format, such as through email messages. Despite its limitations, this type of therapy is quickly becoming an important resource for a growing number of people.