Eirini Adamopoulou holds a Ph.D. in Educational Psychology / Human Learning and Development, which she received from National-Louis University in the USA. She holds a Master’s Degree in Educational Psychology as well as an Educational Specialist (Ed.S.) in School Psychology from National-Louis University in the USA. She is a graduate of the Department of Philosophy, Pedagogy, and Psychology of the National and Kapodistrian University of Athens (EKPA). She has worked as a school psychologist in public schools in the USA. and Greece, as well as in non-formal educational programs for the psychosocial support of families and children of refugees and immigrants. Since 2012 she participates in research and intervention programs in the school community of the National and Kapodistrian University of Athens.
She has written articles and contributions that have been hosted in scientific journals and collective volumes, while she has participated in workshops and conferences in Greece and abroad. Her research interests focus on developing multilevel prevention and intervention programs in the school community, promoting mental well-being and resilience for vulnerable groups, responding to intervention, and intercultural competence. Eirini Adamopoulou teaches the course “Well-being in the workplace”.