Dr Ioannis Angelakis, CPsychol, BCBA
I received my main degree in Psychology from Panteion University, Greece, and my masters’ degrees in Clinical Psychology and Health Psychology from the University of Leiden, The Netherlands. I completed my PhD in Psychology at Panteion University, Greece. As a researcher, I am interested in
understanding the aetiology and prevention of suicide and related behaviours in people with adverse childhood experiences, and severe mental health issues (depression, anxiety, OCD, PTSD), and developing new or refining existing treatment protocols for treating these or relevant mental health problems.
Clinically, I am passionate about the delivery of high quality care for those people who have mental health problems, including anxiety, depression, OCD and/or have survived childhood or other traumas.
I am currently Associate Professor of Psychology at the University of South Wales where I teach behavioural models of psychopathology and research methods. I am the coordinator of the Behaviour Therapy Clinic at the University of South Wales for people who are presented with everyday psychological problems, including mixed anxieties, depression and related problems, low self-esteem, and modest self-management skills.
Education and Professional Qualifications
PhD in Psychology, Panteion University, Greece; 2009-2012
MSc in Health Psychology, Leiden University, the Netherlands: 2008-2009
MSc in Clinical Psychology, Leiden University, the Netherlands: 2007-2008
BSc in Psychology, Panteion University, Greece: 2002-2006
Chartered member of the British Psychological Society (CPsychol); 2012-present
Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA); 2015-present
Greek: Native speaker
English: Proficient (Level C2)
French: Proficient (Dalf C2)