Stefanos Malais

Specialist in Communication problems • Relationship problems • Trauma • Suicidal thoughts • Self-harm • Domestic abuse • Sexual abuse • Anger • Anxiety • Panic attacks • Guilt • Grief • Loss • Depression • Stress • Obsessive thoughts-compulsive behaviours • Self-esteem and confidence • Existential issues



Through a positive and non-judgmental manner, my aim is to support you to understand your thoughts and emotions, and to help you rediscover or develop the ways or tools you need to be able to deal with the difficulties or challenges you face.

I believe that it is important to find the right therapist for you as this can make a substantial difference to the outcome of therapy. It can feel like a big challenge to take the first step and contact a therapist, but an initial session will provide you with an opportunity to meet me, explore your needs and expectations, and have a conversation about what you could expect from the counselling process.

Then, if you feel it may be of benefit to you, we can discuss further weekly sessions. This may mean arranging a fixed number of sessions or agreeing to work together in a more open-ended way.

Member of

British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy (BACP)

National Counselling Society

Approach to treatment

I am a qualified Humanistic Person-Centred Counsellor and Psychotherapist and I work under the British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy (BACP) ethical framework.

Languages spoken

• English
• Greek

Currently Practice

Congleton, England

Therapy Types

Humanistic Counselling and Psychotherapy


Master’s Degree in Experiential Person-Centred Counselling and Psychotherapy (University of Nottingham)

Certificate in Existential Counselling and Psychotherapy (New School of Psychotherapy & Counselling London)

Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology (European University of Cyprus)

Demographics of Focus

• Women
• Men
• Couples
• Adolescents