Ms Charalambous is a Chartered Psychologist and she specialises in cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT). However, being a psychologist she is trained in different therapeutic approaches and is flexible to the client's needs. Her philosophy is “what best works for the patient”. She also uses mindfulness in her sessions.
Ms Charalambous has previously worked at the Priory Hospital, North London, where she practiced both individual and group therapies. She also co-ordinated the CBT team of therapists, where she managed the staff, aided in increasing and improving the services, and dealt with patient care. In addition, she worked at the Royal Free Hospital within the Eating Disorders Unit.
Ms Charalambous has been a guest lecturer at Greenwich University and run seminars on CBT, stress management & vicarious truamatisation. She has also done media training and worked with the BBC.
The following are disorders and problems Ms Charalambous treats; eating disorders (ie: anorexia, bulimia, obesity), depression, anxiety disorders (ie: worry, panic attacks), phobias, obsessive compulsive disorder (OCD), anger management, self-harm (ie: cutting, picking, or destructive behaviours), low self-esteem, post-natal depression, perfectionism, stress management, and post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). She works with individuals from the age of 16 upwards.