Clinical Outcomes

Collecting clinical outcomes from our clients

We always strive to improve the experience of our clients and the care that we provide. To help us achieve this, we regularly collect clinical outcome data from our clients to assess their experiences and the impact of their therapeutic journey with us.

Clinical outcomes allow us to measure changes in health, function and quality of life from our care. Constant review of our client focussed clinical outcomes helps establish a standard against which we continuously evaluate and improve our clinical care.

Improving psychological problems

We work with clients for a wide range of psychological problems. Many individuals who seek treatment with us are suffering from the effects of depression, anxiety and stress. Our outcome data show that 94% of our clients report significant improvements in depression, anxiety and stress following 3 months of therapy with us.
*Data collected using the DASS-21 questionnaire that assesses symptoms of depression, anxiety and stress.

Client centred problems

Every client has different needs and an important part of the therapeutic journey is working with those needs. As well as assessing the general outcomes of our clients, we also evaluate the problems that they feel most important. Using a measure that focuses on the client’s own defined problems, we see that the severity of those problems decreases during therapy.
*Data collected using the Psychlops questionnaire that assesses the severity of client identified problems from 0 to 20.

Reducing psychological distress

Psychological problems can affect many aspects of our lives from social relationships, our ability to work effectively, to our general wellbeing. Through our outcomes measures, we assess how much psychological distress impacts important aspects of our clients’ lives. We see meaningful reductions in psychological distress and its impact on our clients during their therapeutic journey.
*Data collected using the CORE-OM and CORE-10 questionnaires that assesses psychological distress.

Psychological wellbeing and quality of life

We regularly check in with our clients to evaluate the impact of our work together on their daily lives. Using a measure of wellbeing and quality-of-life, we see continued positive change in our clients that has a wide influence on their life outside of the clinic.
*Data collected using the SOS-10 questionnaire that assesses psychological wellbeing and quality of life from 0 to 60 with higher scores reflecting better quality of life.

Client-clinician working alliance

The client-clinician working relationship is an important part of therapy. We take great care in making informed decisions when pairing each new client with a clinician. We also evaluate how clients feel about their experience in therapy in terms of their bond with the clinician, the goals they are working towards, and the tasks that they work on to achieve those goals. We consistently see high ratings from our clients.
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*Data collected using the Working Alliance Inventory that assesses the client-therapist alliance.

Athena Lazaridou

Athena is a Pilates instructor with 8 years’ experience in the field. After completing a Power Pilates Mat Certification in Athens, she went on to complete the Full Comprehensive Classical Pilates Certification with Equinox in Kensington.  She has been teaching Pilates at Equinox for the past 6 years in addition to her own private clients who she trains both face to face and virtually.

Athena has a passion for helping people get stronger and fitter as well as helping those recovering from injury regain their strength and mobility.  Over the years, she has worked with athletes to incorporate Pilates into their training and improve performance. Athena has also worked with prenatal and postnatal women who may be experiencing depression or other mental health difficulties and used Pilates to facilitate a positive impact on their mental health.

Athena is very passionate about improving physical and mental well-being and has recently incorporated Sound Healing into her work, as she believes it to be one of the best ways of ‘letting go’ and releasing stale energy whilst increasing greater self-awareness.