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Dr Chloe Paidoussis Mitchell CPsychol, AFBPsS

Chartered Psychologist, Coach, Author

Dr Chloe Paidoussis Mitchell is a Chartered Counselling Psychologist, an Associate Fellow of the British Psychological Society and an expert in trauma, loss and grief. She has more than 25 years of experience in the field and is the founder of The Grief Clinic in London; a centre for Grief Therapy.  In every crisis there is transition and growth and Dr Chloe's approach is focused on helping you discover a meaningful and fulfilling way to embrace life and wellbeing, with deep respect for your freedom, context and individuality. 

Dr Chloe was born and raised in Athens and now lives in London where she runs her therapy clinic. She offers one to one therapy, couples sessions and coaching to clients wishing to find a meaningful and fulfilling way to adjust, adapt and develop fortitude in the face of crisis and deteriorating mental health. She has authored many articles on mental health and grief and has appeared on CNN, BBC Radio 2's Breakfast Show, Scala radio, local BBC radio talk shows and many leading podcasts, as well as in print for Huffington Post, Daily Telegraph and The Guardian. In 2022 she led a Guardian Masterclass on "How to cope with grief and loss" and her book on Loss will be published by Harper Collins in April 2024. Dr Chloe regularly runs webinars on Grief, Loss, Traumatic Stress, Anxiety and Mental Fitness in the work place for major corporates with a global workforce. She has particular expertise in helping organisations and employees handle loss, grief, trauma, stress and suicide in the workplace; particularly in law, banking, insurance and finance. She is a lecturer at the Existential Academy and New School of Psychotherapy and Counselling in London, and has been a visiting lecturer on a number of degree programmes including Cambridge University Executive MBA teaching Mental Fitness and Resilience for Mental Health and Wellbeing.

Dr Chloe is managed by The Pew Literary Agency in London. Agent: Eleanor Birne

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Dr Chloe's Mission

Dr Chloe's mission is to share tools, strategies and raise awareness on how impoverished Mental Health and Wellbeing can be recovered and maintained throughout life, even in the face of distress, crisis and loss. 

Mind, body, heart and spirit are  inter-connected and 'trauma' is what happens inside of us, not what happens outside of us. 

People navigating difficult mental health symptoms want to live happy and fulfilling lives and they can, when they understand their symptoms and why they have been building, they develop healthy strategies to process what has been bottled up, they find a meaningful way to navigate and handle uncertainty, meaninglessness, anxiety and stress. 

Recovery takes time. There are no quick fixes. But it is possiblethrough the incredible power of your mind to observe yourself and discover your fortitude for resilience, emotional wellbeing and mental clarity and fitness. 

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Dr Chloe's Vision

Dr Chloe's vision is to be an impactful psychologist, helping people shift into Wellbeing and Health. 


Dr Chloe's is passionate about challenging the medicalising of human suffering and offers a therapy space, which focuses on healing people by searching for personal agency, meaning, purpose and growth. 

So much of poor Mental Health happens because people get overwhelmed by a dis-regulated nervous system, constantly in "survival mode" and caught up in both physiological and psychological stress. The body holds so much trauma and tension when it is stuck in survival mode and recovery is all about observing oneself fully and embracing growth from within.


We cant change what sits outside of us. But we can change how we respond. 

Learning to navigate mental health is a process and good therapy means you are heard, validated, acknowledged, empathised with and supported to process all of your emotions (good and bad) in a safe space that allows for destructive unconscious beliefs to be revealed and for choices to be explored without judgements and control. 

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