MSc; MLitt; Foundation Degree in Counselling; Qualified NLP Practitioner
Satu Eleftheropoulou is a clinical hypnotherapist who began her therapy work in 2008 as a counsellor, and has worked continuously as a therapist ever since. She uses her expertise and knowledge from counselling and NLP (Neuro-linguistic programming) in her work with clients.
Enabling and helping people to reach their goals is Satu’s passion, and she works with her clients by using an effective combination of sound professional knowledge, together with genuine empathy and compassion.
Every individual’s path is different: every therapeutic journey is unique. Satu has worked successfully with clients on a wide range of issues, including addictions, anxiety, limiting beliefs, low mood, emotional trauma, positive sense of self, assertiveness, visualising and practising positive future performances (sports, public speaking etc.), autism spectrum and sensory processing.
A professional, versatile therapist who has a person-centred approach, Satu fully invests her expertise to respond to – and meet – her clients’ individual needs.
Originally from Finland, Satu studied cultural studies and archaeology at the Helsinki University.
She went on to obtain two Masters Degrees from Newcastle and York universities; during her studies she met her half Geordie/half Greek husband and they now have two children.
Satu has lived in Newcastle since 2000 when she came over from Finland to do her first Masters degree in Social Archaeology.
While working as an archaeologist, Satu developed an interest in helping people through understanding more about the human mind and our capacity to continuously develop – and this led her to make a significant career change.
She practices as a private hypnotherapist and also works as a part time college counsellor in Newcastle upon Tyne.