I have collaborated with Evangelos during the time of his directorship of Stillpoint Spaces. Evangelos frames his work in a broad and humanely sophisticated way enabling people who work with him to feel that they are most valuable and important. Work with him holds a transformative potential. His deep, sensitive and caring approach combined with his diverse competencies, skills and experiences across fields holds a singularly memorable place in my professional associations internationally.
Dr. Anna Zanardi
International Board Advisor and Senior Transformation Counselor
I have come to know Evangelos as a careful, curious and caring analytical psychologist, eager to learn and to support his clients’ development.
I especially like his depth and compassion and his openness to include mythological themes in his analysis.
I am as grateful for the touching moments as for the fun we can share.
Dr. Ivan Verny
Process Oriented Psychotherapist, Supervisor, Zurich, Switzerland.
Evangelos Tsempelis brings together the rare talents of being able to reflect on himself and the world in a way that communicates to others a sense of depth and caring. His rigorous commitment to the life of the psyche inside and outside inspires and energizes. What else can one ask for in an analyst or, for that matter, any human being?
Tom Singer, MD.
Psychiatrist & Jungian Analyst, Moderator of the Ancient Greece, Modern Psyche Series, San Francisco, USA.
I have known Evangelos Tsempelis to be a dedicated psychotherapist and Jungian analyst. With empathy and understanding he meets his clients on levels that awaken their need to know more about themselves and the world. He maintains the necessary distance to be self-critical and generously expresses the warmth and care that enables his clients blossom.
Jungian Analyst and Supervisor, Zurich, Switzerland.
Evangelos is a deeply compassionate healer with a rare, pluralistic approach to psychoanalysis. He combines a thorough knowledge of the analytical psychological tradition, and expertise in the history of philosophy and religion, especially insofar as this informs the Jungian and post-Jungian movements.
Professor and Author, Department of Philosophy, Memorial University, Canada.
I have worked extensively with Evangelos during the time of his stewardship of Stillpoint Spaces, a pioneering international network of psychology-related hubs. I was impressed by Evangelos’ visionary and compassionate form of leadership. He is able to combine a deep commitment to his work as an analyst with an astute ability to bring big ideas to the world. His clients can benefit enormously from these rare traits.
Author, Entrepreneur in Residence @ ETH, Zurich.