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Dr Nick Zygouris, a Consultant Clinical Psychologist based in Birmingham and Solihull, has more than two decades of experience providing psychological therapy to individuals and couples.

Dr Nick maintains a private practice in Birmingham’s Selly Park. The rest of the time, he is the Director of Mental Health for a global health and employment services provider, Maximums UK.

Dr Nick qualified as a Doctor of Clinical Psychology in 2012 from the University of Birmingham. He has since worked in the NHS, the charity sector, and in private practice.

Dr Nick is a skilled and experienced psychotherapist who has helped many people with a variety of mental health difficulties. He has helped many people overcome a wide range of mental health difficulties using psychotherapy, such as anxiety to depression, PTSD, alcohol and drug problems, and personality problems.

Dr Nick specialises in psychotherapy and counselling for individuals who have previously attempted therapy without success. He has a passion for advocating mental health and promoting public health awareness.

He has been instrumental in advancing mental health services and cultivating the next cohort of mental health practitioners by heading Psychology Departments in both the National Health Service (NHS) and the private mental health sector.

In 2006, he shaped London South Bank University’s prestigious MSc in Addiction Psychology and Counselling, where he has been a Senior Lecturer since. He is also known for his collaborations with the University of Birmingham, conducting research, mentoring, and mentoring Clinical Psychologists of the next generation.

Making psychology accessible is a top priority for Dr Nick, who regularly contributes to newspapers and magazines. You can read a selection of his articles in his blog. He has also presented his research at conferences and published it in academic journals.

Find out more about him and connect on LinkedIn. Follow @StrongerMinds on Twitter.

“It’s both easier and faster to overcome difficulties if you get help early.”

Dr Nick

“There’s only so much progress you can make by improving what’s not working; one also needs to focus on making what works well even better.”

Dr Nick

“Coping skills and strategies are beneficial, but sometimes, one needs to deal with the underlying issues to feel better in the long run.”

Dr Nick

“A trusting and frank therapeutic relationship is the foundation of good therapy.”

Dr Nick

“You have all the resources you need within you to overcome your difficulties and live a great life.”

Dr Nick
“Change becomes easier when you have someone to show you the pitfalls ahead and what has worked for others.”

Dr Nick

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