Lina Chatziantoniou, Clinical Neuropsychologist and Cognitive Behavioral Therapist, was born and raised in Piraeus, Athens, Greece. After graduating from the Greek-French School Jeanne D’Arc, she studied psychology in the Department of Psychology at Panteion University of Social and Political Sciences, in Athens, Greece. Subsequently, she obtained her MSc Degree in Cognitive Neuropsychology (2004-2005, Department of Psychology, University of Essex, U.K.) and MSc in Clinical Neuropsychology (2009-2011, University of Athens Medical School & Health Science Center, University of Texas, USA). In the meantime, she was trained as a Cognitive Behavioral Therapist at the Research University Institute of Psychological Health, (Eginitio University Hospital, Athens, Greece, 2007-2008) and at Beck Institute for Cognitive Therapy and Research (Philadelphia, U.S.A., 2010-2011). In 2007, she obtained her work license from the Greek State. She is a founding member of the Hellenic Neuropsychological Society, member of the Greek Dementia Association and Epicuros – Movement, Greek Association of Patients and Volunteers for Parkinson’s Disease.
Since 2007, she has been working as a psychologist in her private office, offering the following services in children, adolescents and adults:
- Psychological & Neuropsychological assessment in psychiatric and neurologic patients
- Children and Adolescents’ Assessment: Learning Disorders, I.Q., Cognitive functions, behaviour, emotion.
- Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Adults and Adolescents (in English & Greek, in the office & through skype)
- Computerized Cognitive Rehabilitation (in English & Greek, in the office & through e-mail)
- Psychoeducation for families, patients and caregivers (in English & Greek, in the office & through skype)
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