Mo is a member of the British Psychological Society (BPS), a member of the Society of Existential Analysis (SEA), a member of the British Association of Counselling and Psychotherapy (BACP), and also of the UK Association of Humanistic Practitioners (AHPP). At present, he is preparing to commence his doctoral studies in Psychotherapy at Regent’s College.
Mo started out his academic training with completing a BSc degree in Chemistry in 1982, and with his then new-found passion for Philosophy returned to his studies, gaining BA and MA qualifications in the subject. His thesis concentrated on the Philosophy of Psychology, dedicating his work to the concept of the unconscious. At this time, he also undertook studies in Psychotherapy and Counselling at Regent’s College, following which he engaged in positions within voluntary organisations as a therapist.
In 2000, Mo was awarded a Masters degree in Business Administration. However, his wish to engage in further training in Psychotherapy led to his completion of an Advanced Diploma in Hypnotherapy and Psychotherapy with the National School of Hypnosis and Psychotherapy in London. After a period of developing his practice, Mo decided to develop an explicitly existential approach to his work, and to this end completed an Advanced Diploma in Existential Psychotherapy at Regent’s College.
Over the past years, Mo’s work as a psychotherapist has been varied, from working within the hospital sector, to prison work and also therapy services within charities. He currently runs his own private practice in London and also provides group coaching services to schools in the London area.