Dr Helen Anyfandi


Helen Anyfandi studied Psychology at the University of Crete. In 2011, she received the 3-year MSc Degree in Clinical Neuropsychology from the First Department of Neurology of the University of Athens Medical School in collaboration with the University of Texas. Since 2013, she has been teaching undergraduate and postgraduate level courses at the Medical School and the Department of Primary Education of the National and Kapodistrian University of Athens (NKUA), as well as the Panteion University. Her doctoral thesis at the Medical School of Athens focuses on Neuropsychology and Experimental Psychology. She has also worked as a University and Research Scholar at the  School of Medicine, NKUA with her teaching and research subject focusing on Psychology. She currently also works as a free lunch Psychologist / Clinical Neuropsychologist and has also been trained in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy. Her research is based on both clinical and experimental data on rats. To date, she has published her work in 9 international scientific journals, she has presented 13 studies at international and greek conferences, she has written three scientific chapters and has translated and edited one scientific essay.