Tatyana Aksenova
Tatyana Aksenova

Tatyana Aksenova


Clinical Psychologist

  • In practice since 2002, at GMS Clinic since 2011
  • Foreign languages: English (fluent)
  • Hobbies: travel, cinema
Areas of professional interest:
  • Depression and depressive conditions
  • Neurotic disorders
  • Eating behavior disorders (bulimia, anorexia, compulsive eating)
  • Psychosomatic illnesses. Personality disorders
  • Adaptation problems.
  • Family conflict resolution (married couples or parent-child)
  • Overcoming tobacco addiction or problem gambling
  • Recovery after experiencing physical, psychological, or sexual violence
  • Improving interpersonal skills, developing communication skills
  • Cultural and religious difference awareness in working with members of various ethnic groups

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  • University of Indianapolis, IN: M.Sc. in Clinical Psychology
  • Intercollege (Nicosia), Cyprus:  B.Sc. in General Psychology
  • State University (Moscow, Russia), Faculty of Defectology, Department of Oligophrenopedagogy, with additional specialization in Special Psychology.

Further Qualifications

  • Additional training in Cognitive Therapy at Beck Institute (Philadelphia, PA).


  • Center for Therapy, Training, and Research (KESY) in Nicosia, Cyprus: scientific research, diagnostics, individual and family psychotherapy.
  • Nicosia Central Hospital, Psychiatric Department (Nicosia, Cyprus): individual therapy sessions with inpatients and outpatients suffering from psychological disorders.
  • Action for Equality, Support, Antiracism (KISA) in Limassol, Cyprus: organizing psychological assistance, training, individual and group psychotherapy with refugees of various nationalities.

Further Information

  • Member of the Cyprus Association of Family Therapists (Nicosia, Cyprus).
  • Holder of degrees and certificates required to practice in the European Union and United States
  • Attending European academic conferences and seminars
  • Providing therapy in Russian or English