Theophanis Kyriacou

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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.

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“She kept telling me I had to be one or the other”: bisexual identity invalidation

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Andie Ashdown and Theophanis Kyriacou explore a recent qualitative study on bisexual identity invalidation and its consequences for wellbeing, identity, and relationships.

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