Dimitris Papadimitriadis MD, MSc
Dimitris Papadimitriadis studied Medicine at the University of Crete and International Health Policy at the London School of Economics (LSE). He specialised in Psychiatry and Psychotherapy in London (Royal Free Hospital & UCL School of Medicine, Halliwick Personality Disorder Service) and in Athens (Research University Institute of Mental Health, Perif. General Hospital “Evangelismos“).
He participated in the Cognitive Therapy for Anxiety Disorders program of the Beck Institute for Cognitive Behavior Therapy founded in Philadelphia, USA by the father of cognitive therapy Dr. Aaron T. Beck.
He has received special honorary commendations for his activities from the University of Crete, the Scientific Society of General Medicine, the Panhellenic Federation of Non-Governmental Organizations, the Organizing Committee of the 2004 Olympic Games and the “Civil Society Award” of Greek ERA Journalists.
He served as General Secretary in the Board of Directors of the European Medical Students Association (EMSA) based in Brussels and as President of the Scientific Society of Medical Students of Greece (EEFIE).
Dr. Papadimitriadis works as a private psychiatrist – psychotherapist and is a strong advocate for the protection of human rights in Greece. He participates in scientific conferences and workshops and delivers talks on mental health awareness throughout the year, with an emphasis on combating stigma. He has authored the books “A Short Introduction: Anxiety” (bestseller in first edition) and “A Short Introduction: Depression” published by Papadopoulos Editions.
- Royal Free Hospital & UCL School of Medicine, London
- St Ann’s Hospital, London
- Queen Mary’s Hospital, London
- Hellenic Center for Mental Health and Research
- Peripheral Evangelismos General Hospital
MEMBER OF ASSOCIATIONS
- Medical Association of Athens
- British Medical Association (Great Britain)
Published by Papadopoulos Editions, avaiable from all Greek bookstores
Best Seller at Public Bookstores