Giorgos studied psychology at the National Kapodistrian University of Athens. He specialized in systemic and family therapy at the Laboratory for the Study of Human Relations, where he also completed the course for training and supervising mental health professionals.
He has worked for many years in the field of career guidance and prevention of substance abuse.
Since 2010 he has been working as a trainer and supervisor at the Laboratory for the Study of Human Relations on its training programs in Systemic Therapy.
He has participated with lectures and presentations in workshops and conferences and has published articles and essays on the Systemic approach.
His interests lie in attachment theory, the client-therapist relationship, narrative approaches, the epistemology of the systemic approach and the issue of synthesis in psychotherapy.
He maintains a private practice for individual, group and family therapy and the supervision of mental health professionals.
He is a full member of the Association of Greek Psychologists (SEPS), the Hellenic Association for Systemic Therapy (HELASYTH), the European Family Therapy Association (EFTA) and the European Association for Psychotherapy (EAP).