Lic. Ac., Bsc Hons (Acu)
I was born in Athens, in 1989. I started studying in 2007 and I have not stopped until today. I believe that the continuous development of knowledge and skills is extremely important for improvement on an individual and professional level.
I have been working with people therapeutically since 2011, first as a mental health counselor and then massage was added to my skills.
In 2012 I received my diploma in Synthetic Counseling from the Athens Synthesis Center and immediately started a 4-year training in Synthetic Psychotherapy.
At the same time, I was trained in Natural Health Science by Michalis Paribodha Christopoulos in Ayurvedic massage (levels I & II).
In 2015, having completed the aforementioned cycles, I decided that I wanted to learn a healing art that combines and explains the relationships of body, mind and emotions.
I researched many therapeutic techniques, theories and methods and came to the conclusion that acupuncture and Chinese Medicine could give me the knowledge I wanted. So, in 2016 I started my studies in England, at the College of Integrated Chinese Medicine (Kingston University), where for 3.5 years I studied full-time theories of the 5 Elements and Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM & 5 Elements).
Having been taught by imaginative teachers with vast experience, after dozens of written assignments and exams (oral, written and practical), I realize that the knowledge that this ancient healing method of Chinese Medicine has to offer is inexhaustible. At the same time, my passion is growing day by day.
Acupuncture BSc Hons LicAc (Kingston University)
European Certificate for Psychotherapy (ECP)
Diploma in Integrative Counseling (COSCA)
Diploma in Deep Tissue Massage
Diploma in Ayurvedic Massage
My articles have been published in the English magazine ‘Healthy Reading’.
My dissertation “Invisible wounds that build visible prisons” – According to Chinese Medicine practitioners, how helpful is the ‘Internal Dragons’ Treatment to women who became possessed after an abuse’ (Possession: as defined by the Chinese Medicine theory, abuse: Psychological, physical, sexual or combination of them).
I have worked in Greece and England with many people. I believe in the uniqueness of each one and I am looking to get to know the person and to understand what led to the manifestation of a problem. Focusing on the root of an imbalance, the results are often miraculous.
I owe a lot to my teachers and therapists for the teachings, inspiration and help they have offered me, but also the practical example they set with their way of life
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