In my office, located in Union Square, I treat children -as young as age 3- adults, couples, and polycules. I work with a wide array of issues, such as trauma, anxiety, depression, and relationship difficulties, and have extensive experience with variant genders, in both children and adults, and queer sexualities. My practice includes a racially and ethnically diverse range of individuals.
I trained as a clinical psychologist in NY after having moved to the United States from Greece and Cyprus. I subsequently completed training as a psychoanalyst at the New York University Postdoctoral Program in Psychotherapy and Psychoanalysis.
As part of my academic work, I teach at the NYU PostDoctoral Program in Psychotherapy and Psychoanalysis. I am also on the faculties of several other psychoanalytic institutes, such as the William Alanson White Institute, the New York Psychoanalytic Institute, the Stephen Mitchell Relational Center, and the National Institute for the Psychotherapies, where I offer intersectionally-informed courses on psyhosexuality and gender.
I also contribute to my field by publishing my own research; by serving on the editorial boards of several academic journals; by leading study groups; and by supervising colleagues' clinical work. In October 2021, I co-chaired the inaugural conference "Laplanche in the States: the Sexual and the Cultural", the first US-based event dedicated to the work of Jean Laplanche (for more information, visit www.laplancheinthestates.com) I am also co-executor of the Muriel Dimen Literary Estate which administers Dr. Dimen's archive, as well as the Muriel Dimen Prize -through Div 39- and the Muriel Dimen Grant -through NYU Postdoc.