Liliya Korallo has a Doctorate in Psychology from Middlesex University and an MSc in Culture and Mental Health from University College London. She also has a Post Graduate Diploma in Cognitive Behavioural Therapy from New Buckinghamshire University. She is tri-lingual, speaking English, Russian and Ukrainian.
She is one of the only Russian Speaking psychologist in London and she used to work for the Priory.
At present she works for IMPART, NHS, specialising in treating Bordeline Personality Disorder (BPD). She also sees her clients privately in her office in the City, next to Liverpool Street station.
Dr Korallo has a strong interest in research, having conducted published high impact research into the uses of Virtual Reality (VR), including the use of virtual environments in treating phobic conditions (such as arachnophobia), with colleagues in Halle University, Germany. She has assisted clients with recovery from brain injury using VR and CBT, and has used VR to improve psychotic patients’ social skills.