BSc. PGDip. MSc. MSc

(Individuals – Couples – Families)



Member of the:

- Cyprus Society of Family Therapy (CySoFT)

- Association for Family Therapy and Systemic Practice in the UK (AFT)

- European Family Therapy Association (EFTA)




About me


Loukia Dimitriou-Lysioti is a Systemic Family Psychotherapist in the private domain in Larnaca. She works with children, young people, adults, couples and families, who experience a wide range of difficulties and circumstances, as well as relationship problems. These include, family communication problems, child and adolescent behaviour difficulties, mental health problems, couple relationship difficulties, traumatic experiences, loss and bereavement, eating disorders and more.

She has studied Psychology at Spalding University in the USA (BSc) and completed her postgraduate studies in Family Therapy (PGDip & MSc), and Psychopathology (MSc) at the Institute of Psychiatry, (King’s College London, University of London) in the UK.

In the USA she worked at a Child and Adolescent Mental Health Hospital, and as a crisis counselor for people with various mental health difficulties such as eating disorders, learning disabilities, behavioural difficulties, mood and anxiety disorders and schizophrenia (Norton Hospital).

In the UK she worked in diverse mental health centers for Children and Adolescent (Lewisham CAMHS and King’s College Hospital), in Couple and Family Therapy Services (Maudsley Hospital), and in two specialized Eating Disorder Hospitals in London (Maudsley Hospital and Springfield Hospital).

She has taken part in research projects in eating disorders and obesity, whereas one has led to publication.

Mrs Dimitriou-Lysioti is a member of the Association for Family Therapy (AFT) in the UK, and the Secretary of the Cyprus Society of Family Therapy (CySoFT) since 2010. She is also involved with the Cyprus Eating Disorders Association and gives seminars/workshops to students, educators and parents in eating disorders.

Believing in life-long learning she has taken part at a number of international conferences, seminars and trainings. She has also presented seminars and workshops on subjects that included eating disorders, couple relationship difficulties, child and adolescent behaviour difficulties, grief, divorce, and more.

She has excellent knowledge in both Greek and English languages.

Loukia Dimitriou-Lysioti is married and has two children.