Kleio G. Apostolaki was born and raised in Athens. She studied Psychology in Clinical Psychology at the University of Kent, England and continued graduate studies -Master in Mental Health at the University of London (King’s College), where she followed direction in Dynamic Psychotherapy and Cognitive-Behavioral Psychotherapy. In Greece she continued specialization in STAPP (Short-term anxiety provoking psychotherapy) for 2 years. At the same time she has been trained in diagnosis and remediation of dyslexia, psychometric tools and took seminars in mental health of children and adolescents and their families.
She is a member of the British Psychology Society and the Association of Greek Psychologists. She has participated as a speaker in numerous national and international conferences, she writes articles in magazines and daily newspapers and has holdings in most television media as a guest expert.
She attended school work for children with dyslexia in the East Court School in Ramsgate, England and has worked in the department of Adult Psychotherapy in Guy’s Hospital in London. From February 2007 until 2012 he worked with children and families in the Center for Social Intervention Municipality of Korydallos, Greece, and since 2002 works as a freelancer.
Her special relationship with nature, in 2006, directed her in Ecopsychology, when she became a member of the European Ecopsychology Society. In 2009 she received the Diploma of Professional Development in Ecopsychology from the University of Strathclyde, in Glasgow. Today is officially recognized as an affiliate member of the European Ecopsychology Society(EES) in Greece by establishing the “Hellenic Ecopsychology Society”.