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Author - Professor of Psychology
Foteini Tsalikoglou completed her graduate and postgraduate studies in Psychology at the University of Geneva. She is an Emeritus Professor of Psychology at Panteion University in which she served as Vice Rector of Academic Αffairs and as Director of the Interdisciplinary Program "Psychology and Mass Media". She is also an author of numerous novels many of which have been translated in other languages. Her recent works include (translated from Greek): "Irving Yalom in Athens: Lessons of Death and Life", "The Greek Patient", "The strange stories of Mrs Fi" and "Can you See Me?" (Letters of seclusion in the pandemic) with T. Eptakili.
Our psyche is a product of dialogue, as, from the moment that we are born, we are part of a relationship. There is no ‘I’ without an ‘other.’ From this initial condition derive the difficulties, but also the beauty, that shape the adventures of our psyche.