Dr. Anastasia Burelomova
Chartered Counselling Psychologist
DPsych, Phd, MSc, SpecDip
Dr Anastasia Burelomova is a Registered Psychologist and Chartered Counselling Psychologist licensed to practice in Cyprus, United Kingdom and Russia.
She obtained her first psychology degree, followed by a Phd in Social Psychology, from Lomonosov Moscow State University. After moving from Moscow to London, UK she commenced another Master’s degree, in Mental Health Studies at The Institute of Psychiatry, King’s College London. Following successful completion, she later on acquired one more Master’s degree in Counselling Psychology as well as a Professional Doctorate in Counselling Psychology degree. She has been awarded a title ‘Doctor of Psychology in Counselling Psychology’ from City University London.
Since the beginning of her career Anastasia has been working in a range of private and public health care setting both in Russia and the UK. She relocated to Cyprus in January 2018 and has established her private psychology practice in Limassol.
Anastasia helps clients from different countries via Skype consultations and also provides clinical supervision for trainee and qualified counsellors, psychotherapists and chartered psychologists. She is officially qualified as a teacher of psychology.
Clinical and research experience from different countries, combined with the international education, enabled Anastasia to provide psychological support and psychotherapy to people from diverse backgrounds with a broad range of difficulties.
Integrative clinical training and experience allow her to work applying a variety of therapeutic approaches, including Psychodynamic (short and long-term), Cognitive Behavioural therapy, Person-Centred, and more. She tailors psychological treatments to each client, their individual needs and unique personality.
Over the years, Anastasia has helped people suffering from depression, anxiety and panic, childhood trauma, PTSD, interpersonal, personality and relationship issues, domestic violence, sexual abuse, phobias, OCD, eating disorders, stress, sleep problems, low self-esteem, anger and many more.