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"The Safe Place Project" is an idea that has originated in 2020 at the time of the COVID-19 pandemic.

In a time of seeking safety, whether that be physical or mental health well-being, the Safe Place Project was born.


It is about creating a space where it feels safe for people who seek help.


It is also a space for young passionate professionals who want to start and take off their careers.

It is about bringing together like-minded healthcare professionals who have a passion for their work and who seek to improve themselves on a daily basis.

Our team consists of professional psychologists  from a variety of specializations:

School and Educational Psychology, Clinical Psychology as well as Counselling Psychology.

We provide wellbeing and treatment services, in a place where it feels safe for people who seek treatment.


Our services include and are not limited to one-to-one psychotherapy | psychoeducation | psychological screening & assessment |

psychometric evaluation for learning difficulties | group therapy | workshops | seminars.

We strive to improve ourselves, therefore we conduct frequent peer-to-peer supervision, besides our regular supervision.

We are a team consisting of confident young individuals whose purpose is to accompany those who seek to improve their wellbeing. 

We are at the Safe Place.

Come and join us.

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Meet the Team

    Licensed and Registered professional:

Clinical Psychologists

Counseling Psychologists

School - Educational Psychologists


Orestis Kasinopoulos, PhD

Project Founder & Director |

Clinical Psychologist

"Suppose for a minute, we are each climbing our own mountain called LIFE. The only difference, however, is that from the mountain that I am climbing, I may be able to see the safest or the most interesting route for you, help you identify any obstacles and get them through, in order to continue to your destination".

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Katerina Konikkou, PhD

Clinical Psychologist (gesy)

"My commitment, looking through your own window, is to create a fertile ground for the change you desire in your life. Through the use of effective therapeutic interventions which will be based on empirical knowledge and the most modern scientific findings in the field of Psychotherapy, the aim is self-improvement but also personal development and self-awareness in general."

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Chryso Frangoudi

Clinical Psychologist, MSc (GESY)

"Human is the answer whatever the question"

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"I approach psychotherapy individually based on the patient, the personal history and his needs, taking into account the unconscious forces influencing the conscious mode. For the most part I use an existential and psychodynamic framework reference, where the therapeutic relationship holds an important place. And while the past is impossible to change it, we can change and reorganize ourselves, if we decide to look at him very closely, no matter how scary it is."


    Anna Antoniou, MSc

    Counselling Psychologist

    "A positive loving relationship allows for the formation of the ability to deal with trust and mutual respect, while on the contrary, a dependent or strongly conflictual relationship accompanies the person for life and disrupts personal relationships. We are our choices."

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    Ioanna Chrysostomou, MSc

    School - Educational Psychologist

    "My philosophy? Children are the future! So if we invest in children then we also invest in a better world! We can give them wings and they can fly high following their own unique path."

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    Katerina Kakoulaki, MA

    School - Educational Psychologist

    "My goal is to create a healthy and supportive therapeutic environment that caters to the unique needs and personality of each child and adolescent. Using scientifically and empirically documented techniques and through effective cooperation between the family, the school and the community, I focus on promoting safety and development on a mental/cognitive, learning, emotional, behavioral and social level. Because if we contribute to the children's growth, we are overall creating a better world!"

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    Rebecca Mouyi, PhD

    Clinical Psychologist (gesy)

    "My philosophy is based on the creation of a therapeutic relationship characterized by acceptance, respect, trust, honesty, and empathetic understanding combined with the use of evidence-based interventions. Hence, I am dedicated to the individuals’ self-awareness promotion, commitment to a life in accordance with their values, and the exploration of the meaning of life”.

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     Christos Lefkides, Msc

    Clinical Psychologist (gesy)

    "My therapeutic approach takes into account the presenting problem, the patient’s request, expectations, goals and strengths. I work from an integrationist’s therapeutic point of view with a strong focus on practical changes and finding one’s meaning in life. Furthermore, it’s vital for my work to understand my patient’s philosophy of life and/or help them develop one."

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    Elena Ierodiaconou, MSc

    Clinical Psychologist (GESY)

    "I am committed to working with you to create a safe environment where you will feel heard, understood, and accepted. My approach is based on the importance of forming a stable and trusting therapeutic relationship, as it is a powerful and essential factor in your healing process. Through the use of integrative psychotherapy, I tailor different therapeutic techniques to suit your individual needs and goals."

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    Anthoulla Papageorgiou, MA

    School - Educational Psychologist

    "Through the collaboration with the family, child/adolescent, school, therapist – and any significant other - while using empirically documented methods, it is possible to achieve any change. My goal is to help those mentioned above to "shift" and transform the old-fashioned notion that it is the child that "bears" the difficulty and therefore, it is him who needs help."

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    Dionysia Marti, MA

    School - Educational Psychologist

    "I don't see a child who behaves problematically. I see a child which expresses a need that I am called upon to identify and fill. My best interest is that of the child.

    I aim to identify the needs of each child by providing an empirically based assessment.

    I aim to create a personalized intervention plan which promotes psychological balance and well-being of each child and family."

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    Contact Us

    The Safe Place Project

    14 Damonos street, Galazis Court 2, Flat 51, 2064

    Strovolos, Nicosia

    99 454398


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    Damonos 14, Flats 51-52,

    Galazis Court 2, Strovolos, 2064

    + 357 99 454398

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