Marianna Sidiropoulou

Faculty PictureMarianna is an Organisational Psychology Consultant and a Doctoral researcher in Gender and Leadership at the University of London. She brings to MCE’s leadership and people management practice her deep expertise in Interpersonal and Leadership skills. Marianna applies her in-depth psychoanalytic knowledge to the intricacies of human behaviour and workplace relationships to improve leadership and collaboration with the ultimate goal of improving organisational performance.

Professional background

After graduating from the Hellenic Society of Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy, Marianna moved to the UK in 2011 and founded her consultancy company.
Before that, Marianna worked in Greece where she set up her private practice as a clinical psychologist and therapist. She has conducted speeches on personal boundaries at the workplace, assertiveness and personal achievement.
At the same time, she worked as a freelance consultant with Team Management Consultants in Greece, delivering workshops on effective communication, dealing with stress, teambuilding, leadership and conflict resolution.
Prior to this, Marianna worked for Merrill Lynch in London. She was in charge of the International Private Client division managing accounts for Ultra high net worth individuals.

Education and qualifications

Marianna holds a Masters’ Degree in Counselling Psychology from the City University, London. She studied psychoanalytic psychotherapy with the Hellenic Society of Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy and Psychology at Southampton University UK. She is an HCPC Registered Psychologist Practitioner (UK).
Marianna is a certified user of the Insights Discovery, MBTI, HBDI, PPA (DISC) and the Thomas Killman. She is also a certified online facilitator.

Personal

Marianna is Greek and is based in London. She delivers her workshops in English and Greek. Marianna is currently pursuing her doctoral research in Organisational Psychology on Women and Leadership at the University of London. She is a member of the British Psychological Society and the Health Professions Council in the UK.

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