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Crescendo a punctuation mark for human change. | Olympia Pampoukidou | TEDxUniversityofMacedonia

Olympia Pampoukidou is a psychologist, a psychotherapist specializing in Systemic Family Psychotherapy, with a master’s degree in Music Therapy at the University of Macedonia. She received a Piano degree from the State Conservatory of Thessaloniki. She has worked at the Autistic Person Unit “Hope”, at the “Center for Autism and Parent Support” where she applied a psychotherapeutic game to children on the autism spectrum. Today, she cooperates with Elderly Care Units providing mental health services to the elderly.
How is Crescendo associated with human evolution? In her speech Olympia explains how music can cure the mind and soul on a crescendo of senses. Olympia Pampoukidou was born in Thessaloniki, where she studied. She is a psychologist (AUTH), a psychotherapist specializing in Systemic Family Psychotherapy, and completed her master’s degree in Music Therapy at the University of Macedonia. She received a Piano degree from the State Conservatory of Thessaloniki. She worked at the Autistic Person Unit “Hope”, at the “Center for Autism and Parent Support” where she applied a psychotherapeutic game to children on the autism spectrum. Today, she cooperates with the Elderly Care Units “Panorama” and “Estia Papageorgiou” providing mental health services to the elderly. Also, she had given speeches in association with the “Anoichto Laiko Panepistimio”, the Department of Musicology of AUTΗ, the bookstores Malliaris-Paideia. However, how is Crescendo associated with human evolution? This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at https://www.ted.com/tedx

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