Stavroula Diareme


BA, National & Kapodistrian University of Athens (EKPA); MS, Department of Psychology, University of Warwick, UK; MA and PsyD, Alliant International University of California (former California School of Professional Psychology), USA

Dr Diareme is part-time instructor in the MA Program in Applied Educational Psychology of the School of Graduate and Professional Education, as well as teaching associate in the MS in Clinical Psychology of the Department of Psychology of EKPA. Her career involved working as a clinical psychologist and supervisor, teaching, program coordination and research. After completing her doctorate in 1995, she provided clinical services in the Community Counseling Center of the Association of Psychosocial Health of Children and Adolescents (APHCA) and in private practice, taught and supervised psychology and medical students in academic institution, such as the Child & Adolescent Psychiatry Department of EKPA’s Medical School, the Department of Psychology of EKPA and the Department of Social and Clinical Psychology of Aristotle’s University of Thessaloniki. She coordinated EU funded programs aiming at improving mental health services provision and minor’s quality of life through research, prevention and clinical intervention activities. She co-authored more than 20 publications in international and Greek scientific journals and books. Her research and teaching interests lie in the area of child/adolescent development and emotional difficulties, projective techniques, psychological assessment, psychodynamic psychotherapy and child abuse.