Body, as a key component of self-identity and an integral element of personality and self expression, is not a simple biological and immutable objective element, but a living, dynamic and complex socioemotional entity.
For this reason, plastic surgery –the prime medical specialty that deals with body modification- has developed its cooperation with social sciences, in order to achieve an holistic, person-centered and individualized approach of those submitted to plastic procedures. It is given increasing importance to the thoughts, desires and emotions, as they emerge from the experience of their plastic procedure, with the aim of better quality of care and their greater satisfaction.
The counseling support and encouragement based on social sciences, constitutes a different and alternative form of support, since it is neither a psychological intervention or treatment. It provides you preoperative and postoperative support for reconstructive and aesthetic plastic procedures, while its reinforcing and encouraging role contributes positively:
Counseling support offers you socioemotional coverage in order to:
In addition, you are provided by the ability to:
Dr. Georgia Dilaki
Sociologist, Doctor of Psychology
Specialized in Sociology of the Body
MSc Political Science and Sociology