Born and raised in Athens, I majored in Psychology (Ethnikon kai Kapodistriakon Panepistimion Athinon) and went on to become an Integrative Psychotherapist (Middlesex University, Athens Synthesis Center). Drawn to the field of Clinical Assessment from the start, I completed a MSc in Applied Clinical Psychology (University of Central Lancashire- ICPS) and have been working for the past 15 years as a Clinical Psychologist and an Integrative Psychotherapist, in public and private mental health centers for children, adolescents and their families, as well as in my private practice.
As a professional, through the course of my training, supervision, mentoring and clinical practice, I crystallized my deep awareness of Shadow Work and keen understanding of Expressive Therapy, leading me to become a GIM (Guided Imagery and Music) therapist and venture into Trauma-Oriented Therapy (NARM, EMDR). My current research interests revolve around secondary trauma and resilience in first responders. I’m a member of the Association of Greek Psychologists, the European Association for Psychotherapy, the Association for Music and Imagery and the European Association of Music and Imagery.
Galvanized by my love of nature, music, storytelling, play, art, body movement, as well as the mythical, spiritual and insightful aspect of human existence, I infuse every breath and heartbeat of my work with all those qualities.
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