Difference between revisions of "Georgia Nathanael"

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Revision as of 16:57, 14 December 2014

With FWC 2008-2010
Title External Associate
Key Project(s) JoinTheNet - PTSD
Key Interests write the interests of the associate
Degree(s) Psychology BSc, MS Clinical and Public Health Aspects of Addiction
Filed(s) of study Psychology
University(ies) National Kapodistreian University in Athens (1998-2003)
King’s College-University of London (2004-2005)
Specialization(s) write the specialization(s) of the associate
Notable Achievements write the notable achievements of the associate



Georgia Nathanael has coordinated, together with Mary Ioannou the JoinTheNet - PTSD project, which was focused on the education of professionals dealing with this disorder through lectures and workshops.


Relation to Future Worlds Center

Georgia participated in a number of projects such as:


Georgia completed her Psychology Degree at the National Kapodistreian University in Athens (1998-2003) and then did a post graduate degree on Clinical and Public Health Aspects of Addiction at the King’s College-University of London (Psychiatric Institute, 2004-2005)