A few words about me

After obtaining a degree in Psychology from Panteion University and a master’s degree in Health Psychology from the University of Leiden in the Netherlands, I started working with children at the Karamandan Hospital in Patras and later at the Agia Sophia Hospital in Athens. However, my professional establishment in the Netherlands pushed me to start working with adults. During my postgraduate training in Psychodynamic Psychotherapy, I realized that my experience with children was inextricably linked to adult psychotherapy, which I decided to specialize in. All people hide inside a child who seeks care.
In addition to my work as a psychotherapist, I work as a psychology teacher in the University of Leiden in the Netherlands and the Metropolitan College of Athens. Also, I coordinate personal development groups and supervise students in their internship.
Moving abroad where I lived and worked therapeutically with people from all over the world was a big challenge for me, but it also helped me develop as a therapist and as a person. Sometimes, leaving our comfort zone, our security, we find the opportunity to see things and ourselves in a different way. I have always been and still am interested in human psychology and I never stop growing and evolving as a therapist.