My primary research interests and work include mental health and resilience promotion in school communities, school and psychosocial adjustment of at-risk and vulnerable groups of students and families (ie. migrant students, refugee students, Roma students, students with learning and psychosocial difficulties, students and families affected by crisis, economic recession, natural disasters, students from single-parent families, etc), crisis intervention and preparedness, school-based consultation, evidence-based prevention and intervention programs in schools, provision of university-based school psychological services and cross-cultural and transnational issues in school psychology research, training and practice. In the recent years, my research has focused on identification of individual and systemic factors that contribute to student learning, mental health, psychosocial adjustment, resilience and well-being in school, especially during unsettling times.



  • 2018 - present Project Leader: Crisis intervention project: Supporting school communities affected by the fires in Eastern Attica. (8 kindergarten & 8 elementary schools)
  • 2018 - present Project Leader: University-School-Community Center Interconnection Project: Supporting school communities with migrant and refugee children.
  • 2016 - 2017 Project Leader: Provision of school psychological services, consultation and supervision for students with learning and behavior problems, private school, Athens.


  • 2016 -2017 Project Leader: “Psychosocial support of refugee adolescents at the Learning Center of Skaramaga Refugee Camp”. Laboratory of School Psychology in collaboration with British Council & Unicef.
  • 2016 - present Member of the international research team and national project leader of the international project entitled “Cross Cultural School ClimateStudy Group”, Project Leader: Ass. Prof. Tamika LaSalle, University of Connecticut,USA

Intervention Programs