I am a psychotherapist living in Thessaloniki, Greece. I have studied in Gestalt Foundation, I am member of E.A.G.T. (the European Association for Gestalt therapy) and supervisor.
In the distant past, my first diploma was in the medical field and I have been a composer for about 17 years (before my studies in psychology and Gestalt therapy).
Since 2006 I developed my approach PSP (Process-Stage-Praxis) about improvisational embodied interaction – an adjunctive skill and a complementary tool with several application possibilities (therapy, art, education, work).
I work in Greece and abroad with: individuals, couples, Organisations, in Training and post-graduating Programs, with groups (self knowledge, therapy, supervision, training, personal growth), in volunteering (Programs about rehabilitation, delinquency, adolescents etc), in the improvisational form of stage interaction “Playback Theatre” (training through PSP).
I focus much on existential themes (loss, loneliness, futility, responsibility, choice) as well as on themes about eros, love and sexual desire.
For all this I systematically write – books, texts (in Greek and in English).
The hell of the living is not something that will be; if there is one, it is already here, the hell we live in every day, the hell that we construct by living together. There are two ways of escaping its torments. The first is easy for many people: accept hell and become part of it so that you don’t even see it any more. The second is dangerous and needs constant vigilance and knowledge: seek out and learn to recognise who and what, in the midst of hell, are not hell, and make these last, give them space