Evanthia Grigoriadou

Evanthia Grigoriadou

Art Psychotherapist


Evanthia Grigoriadou is a graduate of the Philosophy, Pedagogy and Psychology program, with specialization in psychology, of the National Kapodistrian University of Athens.

In 2014 she graduated from Queen Margaret University of Edinburgh, Scotland (MSc in Art Psychotherapy) and since then she has been working mainly as an art psychotherapist. In 2019 she participated in the interdepartmental programme of EEPPSO “Group Dynamics in Psychiatric Contexts” in collaboration with Aegineteion Hospital and the National University of Athens and in 2021 she attended the training “Therapeutic Treatment of Addictions” at the 18 Ano Psychiatric Hospital of Attica.

She has worked with different population groups in various organisations, including a low secure psychiatric hospital in Ayr and with children who are growing up in a family environment with alcohol or drug dependency in Glasgow, Scotland.

In 2018 she returned to Greece, where she offered individual and group sessions of art psychotherapy to oncology patients and their companions in collaboration with the G.O.N.K “Agioi Anargyroi” and is now working in a hostel for unaccompanied minors offering psychotherapy sessions to adolescents. She is a member of BAAT (British Association of Art Therapists), HCPC (Health and Care Professions Council, UK), and EFAT (European Federation of Art Therapists).