Stelios Kiosses, MS
Psychotherapist and Lead Psychologist, Edison Education and Research Collaborator, Computational Psychopathology Research Group, University of Oxford
Stelios Kiosses is a psychotherapist and the British TV host for the hit series The Hoarder Next Door, narrated by Oscar-winning actress Olivia Colman. He is currently the clinical lead for Edison Education and manages a multidisciplinary team ensuring the delivery and integration of evidence-based clinical and therapeutic practices, and provides extensive training and supervision to associate therapists. He studied psychodynamic counselling and clinical supervision at the University of Oxford and was previously trained in psychotherapy and experimental psychology as an undergraduate at Sussex University. He is an associate member of the American Psychological Association and a member of both the British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy and the British Psychological Society. He is a member of Corpus Christi College Oxford and a research collaborator with Professor Robin Murphy's computational psychopathology research group, based at the University of Oxford. He has previously held various teaching positions as a visiting senior research associate at Kings College London and as a visiting lecturer at Goldsmiths College University of London. He was originally appointed as an honorary senior lecturer at the department of psychiatry at the University of Birmingham, teaching on the MSc in psychiatry (family and mental health). He is currently Patron of the Princes School of Traditional Arts one of HRH Prince of Wales core charities. The Prince's School of Traditional Arts was established by The Prince of Wales in 2004 to promote the living traditions of the world's most sacred and traditional art forms. The School emphasizes the importance of integrating the theoretical study of the traditional arts with their practical application. He is the author of the forthcoming book The Power of Talking: Stories from the Therapy Room, to be published by Phoenix Publishing House.
- MS Birmingham University