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Παιδοψυχολόγος Λουκία Αποστολίδη

Loukia Apostolidis
MSc in Health Psychology, Family-Systemic Psychotherapist

Loukia Apostolidi was born in Athens in 1984. She is a graduate of the Department of Philosophy, Pedagogy and Psychology of the National Kapodistrian University of Athens (Department of Psychology). She holds a Master's Degree in Psychology from Middlesex University in London and a Master's Degree in MSc in Health Psychology from London Metropolitan University. She also holds a Master's Degree (PGCErt) in Psychology and Addiction Counseling from London Southbank University.

She completed the first cycle of her training in Systemic Family Psychotherapy at the Tavistock and Portman Clinic in London and continues the second cycle at the Mental Health Research Institute of Aeginiteio Hospital in collaboration with the University of Athens. At the same time she completes her training in the Drama Therapy approach at the AION Institute.

She worked in London for the Wimbledon Guild, a mental health center in the Family Therapy department where he worked with family therapists and worked with families and couples. She also worked at a North London public school as a child counselor and a member of Place2Be, the UK's leading provider of child mental health support at school. Another area she worked in was that of addictions and she worked in a detoxification and reintegration center in Luton, England using the 12 steps of Alcoholics, the Cognitive-Behavioral approach and Gestalt treatment techniques in groups.

Today she works privately as a psychologist and is a co-founder and collaborator of the Center for Systemic Psychotherapy and Research. Collaborates with kindergartens in Attica. As part of her training in Family Systemic Therapy, she attends families at the Psychiatric Clinic of the University of Athens.

She is a member of the British Psychological Society. He holds a license to practice psychology.

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