Received Sylff fellowship in 2012.
Academic achievements, social engagement initiatives:
1. BSc in Psychology (University of Crete, Greece)
2. MSc in Counselling Psychology (National and Kapodistrian University of Athens, Greece)
3. PhD in Psychology (University of the Aegean, Greece).
1. Tsamparli, A. & Frrokaj, E. (2016). Quality of sibling relationship and substance misuse: a comparative study. The European Journal of Counselling Psychology, 4 (1), 123-14.
2. Theotoka, I., Frrokaj, E., Tsaliki, C., Issari, P., & Paparrigopoulos, T. (2015). Psychological Disorders of Caregivers of Patients with Dementing Disorders: Increase of Psychopathology and economic crisis in Greece. Hellenic Journal of Nuclear Medicine, 18, 173-179.
3. Karademas, E.C., Frokkai, E.F., Tsotra, E., & Papazachariou, R. (2013). The relation of optimism to cardiac patients’ subjective health through illness representations: Does the level of optimism matter? In A. Efkleides & D. Moraitou (Eds.), Quality of Life: A Positive Psychology Perspective (pp. 175-188). Amsterdam: Springer.
Elvisa Frrokaj received Sylff fellowship in 2013 as a MA student in Counselling Psychology at the University of Athens. Currently, embarked on her dissertation, as a doctoral candidate (PhD) at University of the Aegean, Rhodes, Greece. By 2016 has published three scientific studies, presented in conferences and continues conducting research as a doctoral student. Currently, since 2016, she works as a psychologist at a Mobile Mental Health Unit of Child and Adolescent’s Center, sponsored by Ministry of Health and EU, seated in Chios Island in Greece. Within her job, related to community-clinical psychology, takes part in organizing actions for mental health having positive impact on community and plans taking initiatives and applying for other support programs that offers Syllff fellowship. https://www.linkedin.com/in/elvisa-frrokaj-0201aba4/
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