Dr. Georgina 
Evdoka- Burton

Clinical Psychologist


EMDR, Parts 1, 2 & 3; Richman EMDR Training, completed 2021-2022

Specialist training in Perinatal Clinical Psychology, University of Exeter, completed 2020-2021

Systemic Family Therapy (Intermediate Level) Hampshire & Surrey Family Therapy and Systemic Practice Training Collaborative

Advanced skills for working with trauma: complex PTSD. Charlie Waller Institute, Reading University 2018

Doctorate in Clinical Psychology, University of Southampton, 2014 – 2017

MSc Occupational Psychology, University of Hertfordshire, 2000-2001

BSc Psychology (Hons), Brunel University, 1995-1999

Dialectical Behavioural Therapy (DBT). Southern Health Foundation Trust, 2017

Mindfulness based Cognitive Therapy. Professor Willem Kuyken, 2014

Cognitive Therapy for Panic Disorder. Dr Nick Grey, 2014

CBT to treat Depressive Rumination. Professor Ed Watkins, 2013

Brief Behavioural Activation for Depression. Professor Carl Lejuez, 2012

Anger treatment: case formulation and the stress inoculation approach. Professor Ray Novaco, 2012

Using CBT to address Insomnia across mental health problems. Professor Jack Edinger, 2012

Professional RegistrationRegistered Practitioner Psychologist, Health Care Professions Council (HCPC), PYL35842

Face to Face Sessions

What to expect from your therapy sessionsI work to provide a safe, contained and confidential space on a weekly basis in which you can share the difficulties you want to work on, at a pace, you feel comfortable, so we can work together towards understanding and change in the direction of your values.

The first session is the assessment and will be slightly longer than a normal session at 90 minutes. This is to give enough time to explore what you have come to therapy for, what you have tried in the past, what helped and what didn't help. At the end of this session, I will try and make some recommendations around what may be most helpful for you. 

Following our meeting, I'll summarise our conversation in a letter which I will email to you.

After the assessment session, the sessions will be 50-55 minutes.

Each person I work with is very different so it is difficult to predict how many sessions will be needed. From a personal therapeutic perspective, my aim is only to work with a person for as long as it is helpful and to empower the person to leave therapy with the skills they need.

Taking the next steps

I appreciate that looking for a therapist can feel a bit overwhelming and confusing. I hope the information above will help to answer some of your questions but if you would like to know more, please contact me in confidence

Email me for an appointment or initial chat