Charalambos Costeris, M.SC., M.A.
Charalambos Costeris, is a registered Clinical Psychologist and a Cypriot citizen. He is a PhD candidate at the University of Nicosia, holds a Bachelor’s degree in Psychology from the University of Crete, a MSc in Health Psychology from the University of Bedfordshire, and a MA in Clinical Psychology from Lomonosov Moscow State University.
In addition to his education, he has broadened his knowledge and experience in the field of psychology, through a variety of clinical practicums in the Russian Federation (Moscow Kozhevnikov Nervous Diseases Clinic, Moscow Children's Psychiatric Hospital № 6, Moscow Psychiatric Hospital № 4 and Institute of Normal Physiology of Russian Academy of Medical Sciences) and in Crete – Greece (Chania Mental Health State Hospital and Chania General Hospital - Oncology Department).
Charalambos has seven years work experience in the field of early intervention, by providing psychosocial support to the parents of children who had or were at risk of developing neurodevelopmental disorders. He was also placed as a Clinical Psychologist in the program against early school departure - school failure and delinquency of the Ministry of Education in Cyprus, by providing clinical assessment and psychotherapy to students and their families in various Educational Priority Zones. At the moment, he is providing psychological services to adolescents, adults, and couples in private practice in Paphos, Cyprus.
Currently, his research area is in psychodermatology investigating the complex relationship of dermatological diseases, satisfaction from the medical treatment, and the existence of psychopathological symptomatology in patients with acne, psoriasis, and eczema. He has joined IBHRI as an Affiliate Research Scientist, collaborating on studies in the fields of behavioral medicine and psychodermatology.
- Dermatological disease and medical treatment satisfaction
- Psychopathological symptomatology in patients with acne, psoriasis, and eczema
- European Health Psychology Society
- British Psychological Society
- PanHellenic Psychological Association
- Cyprus Psychologist's Association (CPA)
- Pancyprian Society of Psychologists (PSP)