Theophanis holds a Bachelor’s degree in Psychology and is currently pursuing an MSc in Clinical Mental Health Sciences, both from University College London. He has worked in refugee camps in Cyprus, Greece and Portugal, supporting with the delivery of psychosocial interventions and he is currently working at a rehabilitation service for people with psychosis. His main research interests are in evaluating psychological interventions for older people with mental health conditions (such as anxiety and depression) and for people with psychosis. Furthermore, Theophanis is interested in exploring how on-going technological advancements can further mental health research, with a stronger focus on immersive Augmented Reality (VR) and Virtual Reality (VR) technologies.
Andie Ashdown and Theophanis Kyriacou review a recent qualitative study exploring how LGBTQ+ adults maintain their relationships with parents who rejected their identity.[read the full story...]
Andie Ashdown and Theophanis Kyriacou consider a systematic review from the US, which looks at some of the ways that we can culturally adapt eating disorders treatment for adults from racial or ethnic minorities.[read the full story...]
Andie Ashdown and Theophanis Kyriacou review a study from the Netherlands that looks at the links between childhood trauma, bullying-victimization and mental illness in people from sexual minority groups.[read the full story...]
Andie Ashdown and Theophanis Kyriacou consider the findings of a recent qualitative study which looks at the differences experienced by Black Caribbean and White British people trying to access care for psychosis.[read the full story...]
Andie Ashdown and Theophanis Kyriacou appraise a cross-sectional study looking at the impact that racial discrimination experienced by multiracial people can have on their mental wellbeing.[read the full story...]
Andie Ashdown and Theophanis Kyriacou summarise a systematic review on virtual reality-based assessment and treatment of social functioning impairments in psychosis.[read the full story...]
Andie Ashdown and Theophanis Kyriacou explore a recent qualitative study on bisexual identity invalidation and its consequences for wellbeing, identity, and relationships.[read the full story...]