Received Sylff fellowship in 2001.
Academic supervisor: Ch. Hatzichristou
Academic achievements, social engagement initiatives:
Psychology, 2003, B.A., Philosophy, Pedagogy & Psychology, 1997, B.A. & School Psychology, 2003, M.Sc.
Current affiliation: Municipality of Pallini, Region of Attica, Greece
I am a psychologist and group and family therapist. I hold a M.Sc. in School Psychology. I work at the Municipality of Pallini, Region of Attica, Greece. Since 2016 I have been serving as the head of the Education, Continuing Education, & Culture Section of the Department of Social Policy. I am also a member of the Equality Commission of Municipality of Pallini. Furthermore, I’ve participated at several national and European workshops and congresses. Apart from consultation programs for individuals, groups and families, I also organize and supervise team meetings for bonding and conflict resolution. In addition, I organize and supervise consulting groups for parents, teachers and teens. My current field of interest is to connect municipality’s services with schools.
Project UHC2.0: An integrated care program in five European cities (Pallini, Greece; Manchester, United Kingdom; Rijeka, Croatia; Rotterdam, the Netherlands; and Valencia, Spain). The program combined of the Polypharmacy, Frailty, Loneliness, Falls prevention paths. Municipality of Pallini won the SILVER Prize at the Best City Awards (Athens, 5/10/2017).
I took part in this program as scientific coordinator of the Loneliness path in Pallini. I organised and supervised consulting groups for the elderly so as to help them cope with the feeling of loneliness.
In addition, I carried out a major part of the organisation of the Consortium Meeting of the Project UHC2.0 in Pallini on 26 & 27 May 2016. I also attended the Consortium Meetings in Valencia (2015) and in Brussels (2017).
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