With psychologist / psychotherapist Dr. Lisa Varvogli
The new show of the ANT1 International Channels connects all Greeks abroad by analyzing and discussing topics that concern the homes and families of the common people, providing answers and practical advices for a better life.
Through the show "Kaliteri Zoi," the renowned psychologist / psychotherapist Dr. Lisa Varvogli listens to your voice and analyzes everyday subjects that concern you. She exchanges perspectives with viewers through an online connection and engages in conversations with experts and well-known personalities from Greece as well as abroad, offering answers and practical advices for a better quality of life.
If you are interested in participating in the show online or have your own questions for Dr. Lisa Varvogli, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Liza Varvogli, MA, Ph.D., is a Greek-born, Harvard-trained psychologist, best-selling book author on parenting and award-winning picture author in her native Greece.
Dr. Liza holds an MA in School and Counseling Psychology from Tufts University and a Ph.D. in Psychology from Northeastern University. She completed her post-doctoral training at Boston Children’s Hospital, the teaching hospital of Harvard Medical School, where she also worked for ten years before returning to her native Greece.
Dr. Liza is trained in CBT, is an accredited EMDR trauma therapist, and has extensive training in Stress management, mindfulness, as well as in behavior change through health and wellness coaching programs and motivational interviewing.
Dr. Liza has accumulated over 40,000 hours of clinical work in the field of psychotherapy and parenting work. She has extensive experience working with children of all ages and their families. She works as a psychotherapist and her goal is to help people discover themselves, find meaning and happiness in life and live through a balanced, positive way, thriving and not just surviving.
After completing her internship and post-doctoral training at Boston’s Children’s Hospital, Harvard Medical School’s teaching hospital, she returned to Greece where she opened a busy private practice and became a professor at the Medical School of Athens University, where she teaches the graduate program “Stress Management and Health Promotion”.