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Ever since I was a teenager, I knew I wanted to pursue a career that would make people's lives better,  meaningful and bearable. This interest led me to study the science of psychology.


  • My studies started in 2013 at Neapolis University Pafos in Cyprus (duration 4 years). I graduated with honors degree  and I was granted scholarship.

  • Then, I completed my postgraduate degree (MSc) in Health Psychology in 2019 (lasting 2 years) at Ulster University, the largest state university in Northern Ireland.

  •  Following, in 2021, I started training in integrated psychotherapy at the University of Crete in collaboration with the company "Modern Amphiaraea" for a total duration of 4 years.


  • In regard to my experience, I offered my skills to summer schools at Exeter University and Bournemouth University, as well-being supervisors to adolescent students in 2016-2017.

  • Furthermore, I have worked in Britain (West Sussex) in nursing homes and special education schools in 2018-2020, where I provided health promotion services.

  • When I returned to Greece, I trained as a trainee psychologist in 2020 at the psychiatric clinic of the General Hospital of Lamia, to obtain a license to practice in Greece.

  •  In 2021, I worked as a psychologist at the adult day center "To hangout" in Lamia, where I provided psychosocial empowerment and psychotherapy to the population of Fthiotida and Central Greece.

  • During this time I maintain a private office in Lamia, providing my services in Central Greece, in the rest of Greece, as well as in Europe, in UK, in Ireland, in Canada and in USA.

  •  As a licensed Psychologist in Greece, I am committed to the well-being of all people who trust me regardless of their difficulty, without stigma or shame. The aim is to meet their needs, offering the best I can, according to my skills and knowledge. 

I care about all of my patients, working diligently to help them find the answers they seek. I examine, where necessary, cooperation with specialists in the wider field of mental health (psychiatrists, neurologists, social workers, psychologists in Greece of other specialties), so that we can provide the best possible result in treatment.

My principle is responsibility, acceptance, confidentiality, humane treatment, dignity, and compassion.

                                                                                       Together we can do better.


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