Marsa Koletsi holds a degree in Psychology from the University of Crete and a Ph.D. in Eating Disorders from the University of Sheffield (UK) on a scholarship. She has been trained in cognitive-behavioral therapy and conducted her postdoctoral research at the Department of Psychiatry at St George’s Hospital School of Medicine in London in a European program that studied the quality of life of people with severe mental disorders.
She has worked as a psychologist in the British National Mental Health Service, at the Counseling Center of the University of Sheffield, as well as as a counseling psychologist in the Department of Eating Disorders at Sheffield Medical Center. She has worked as Director of the Department of Psychology at a Center for Post-Secondary Education in Athens and has taught in franchised programs of British Universities at undergraduate and postgraduate level.
She has been teaching since 2016 at New York College and at the Athens Synthesis Center. She has published a number of studies in reputable scientific journals.She recently wrote a book on clinical evaluation and history taking (Asimakis publications). She is a certified supervisor by the British Psychological Society (CSAccred, AAC), an Affiliate Member of the British Psychological Society and a member of the Hellenic Psychological Association and the Hellenic Psychological Society.
She works privately as a psychotherapist at the Mind’s Mirror Counseling Center.