Dr Stavros Orfanos
Dr Stavros Orfanos
Clinical Psychologist in Ealing, West London
Dr. Stavros Orfanos is an experienced psychologist proudly serving the Ealing community.
Dr. Orfanos, holding a PhD and doctorate in Clinical Psychology (DClinPsy), stands as a qualified Clinical Psychologist registered with the HCPC, highlighting his dedication to professional excellence.
His academic journey led him to complete his Doctorate in Clinical Psychology at the esteemed University College London. Notably, Dr. Orfanos complemented this with foundation-level training in systemic practice and specialized CBT training, further enriching his therapeutic approach. Prior to his clinical training, he earned an undergraduate degree in Experimental Psychology from the University of Oxford and pursued a PhD at Queen Mary University of London.
Dr. Orfanos’ extensive expertise spans a diverse clientele across the lifespan, encompassing various backgrounds. His specialization extends to mood and anxiety disorders, firmly establishing him as an adept practitioner.
Presently, he contributes his skills to the NHS in a Child and Adolescent Mental Health Service, collaborating within a multidisciplinary team to deliver impactful psychological therapies to children and adults alike. His comprehensive involvement extends to multi-agency liaison, working alongside schools, social services, and relevant organizations. Dr. Orfanos’ professional journey also encompasses diverse adult mental health services, spanning in-patient and out-patient settings.
His therapeutic toolbox features a range of clinical modalities, with a pronounced interest in CBT and third-wave CBT approaches, including Acceptance and Commitment Therapy and Compassion-Focused Therapy. Beyond these, he also embraces Narrative Therapy and Solution-Focused Therapy, reflecting his commitment to tailoring approaches to each individual’s needs.
In Ealing, Dr. Stavros Orfanos emerges as a beacon of expertise, adeptly guiding individuals towards enhanced mental well-being. His holistic approach, informed by his vast knowledge and passion for diverse therapeutic models, reflects his commitment to fostering lasting positive change.
His determination and passion are highlighted by several clinical and academic achievements; including the Experimental Psychology Departmental Prize for the best final year undergraduate project at the University of Oxford and runner up prize in the 2016 national Three-Minute Thesis competition. He has published several peer-reviewed journal articles in a number of high impact scientific journals.