Yiamarelou Yianna

Yiamarelou Yianna

Yiamarelou Yianna

M.A. in Clinical Psychology, Psychotherapist, trainer and supervisor Gestalt, holder of E.C.P (European Certificate of Psychotherapy). Member of EAGT (European Association for Gestalt Therapy). Founding member of the Gestalt Foundation Psychotherapy and Training Center, and founding member of the HAGT (Hellenic Association of Gestalt Therapy).

Relational Gestalt therapist (Pacific Gestalt Institute).

EMDR training (trauma therapy).

Losses, mourning - unrecognized grief (children, adolescents, adults, the elderly).

Crisis Intervention (University of Indianapolis, USA).

Planning of groups & Supervision of Coordinators in charge for the training of volunteers in order to support oncology patients (Athens KEFI Association, 2003 - 2014).

Seminars on abuse, workplace harassment and sexuality.

Support training for severe personality disorders (NSG, Amsterdam, 2001).

She works with adults, couples and groups and through the relational perspective of Gestalt therapy remains in a constant commitment to personal development and in particular to the sensitive issues related to trauma, loss and the existential issues of people seeking psychotherapeutic support.

Planning and organizing short-term therapy groups and supervising their coordinators.

Collection of research material, especially from short-term therapy groups of parents and teachers, in order to explore, understand and re-signify patterns that reproduce relative impasses.

She is the co-author of the book "Introduction to Gestalt Psychotherapy - Basic Concepts, Principles and Applications", (2011), published by the Gestalt Foundation and was responsible for the scientific editing of the Greek translation of the book "Gestalt Therapy: Perspectives and Applications" by Edwin Nevis (editor) with the Greek title "Gestalt Therapy: Theory and applications", (2015), Gestalt Foundation publications. She is also the author of the book released in October 2022 by ARMOS publications entitled "The flow of experience and the necessity of short-term groups in today's becoming".