MOHAMED FADL, MSC.
Fadl is doctoral candidate at the New School of Psychotherapy and Counselling (London) and holds an MSc in Psychology from the University of Chester and is a member of the British Psychological Society (BPS). Additionally, Fadl works as an adjunct professor at the American University in Cairo teaching either research methods or statistics, which provides a strong scientific backing of his approach in counselling. He is also a yoga instructor and keeps in mind the impact and power that physical health can have over mental health.
Fadl uses an integrative approach, primarily employing a mixture of Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) and existential therapy. CBT allows for a systematic initial approach that can help ground clients and provide them with a solid foundation to build their goals and become aware of their thoughts, feelings, and behaviours, while the existential approach helps clients pursue a life that suits their personal desires. His main aim in therapy is to eventually provide clients with the tools necessary to tackle their problems in a way that suits their personality and suits their unique and personal way of being and to help clients that feel lost to find their footing.
He conducts sessions in English and Arabic.